Secondary Media Arts - Level I
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Core Standards of the Course
Strand: CREATE (L1.E.CR.)
Students will conceptualize, generate, develop and organize artistic ideas and work. They will complete and refine media art works (Standards L1.E.CR.1–4).
Use identified generative methods to formulate multiple ideas, develop artistic goals, and problem solve in media arts creation processes.
Apply aesthetic criteria in developing, proposing, and refining artistic ideas, plans, prototypes, and production processes for media arts productions, considering original inspirations, goals, and presentation context.
Consolidate production processes to demonstrate deliberate choices in organizing and integrating content and stylistic conventions in media arts productions, demonstrating understanding of associated principles.
Refine and modify media artworks, honing aesthetic quality and intentionally accentuating stylistic elements, to reflect an understanding of personal goals and preferences.
Strand: PRESENT (L1.E.P.)
Students will analyze, interpret, refine and select artistic work for presentation. They will convey meaning in the manner in which the art is presented (Standards L1.E.P.1–6).
Integrate various arts, media arts forms, and content into unified media arts productions, considering the reaction and interaction of the audience.
Demonstrate progression in artistic, design, technical, and soft skills, as a result of selecting and fulfilling specified roles in the production of a variety of media artworks.
Develop and refine a range of creative and adaptive innovations in addressing challenges and constraints within and through media arts productions.
Demonstrate adaptation and innovation through the combination of tools, techniques and content, in standard and innovative ways, to communicate intent in the production of media artworks.
Design the presentation and distribution of collections of media artworks, considering combinations of artworks, formats, and audiences.
Evaluate and implement improvements in presenting media artworks, considering personal and local impacts, such as the benefits for self and others.
Strand: RESPOND (L1.E.R.)
Students will understand, evaluate, and articulate how works of art convey meaning for the observer as well as the creator (Standards L1.E.R.1–4).
Analyze the qualities of and relationships between the components, style, and preferences communicated by media artworks and artists.
Analyze how a variety of media artworks manage audience experience and create intention through multimodal perception.
Analyze the intent, meanings, and reception of a variety of media artworks, focusing on personal and cultural contexts.
Evaluate media art works and production processes at decisive stages, using developed criteria and considering context and artistic goals.
Strand: CONNECT L1.E.CO.)
Students will relate artistic skills, ideas, and work with personal meaning and external context (Standards L1.E.CO.1–4).
Access, evaluate, and integrate personal and external resources to inform the creation of original media artworks.
Explain and demonstrate the use of media artworks to expand meaning and knowledge and create cultural experiences.
Explain and defend how media artworks and ideas relate to various contexts, purposes, and values.
Critically evaluate and effectively interact with legal, technological, systemic, and vocational contexts of media arts, considering ethics, media literacy, social media, virtual worlds, and digital identity.
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