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Theatre and Dance Modules

Page history last edited by Lana Hallmark 3 years, 11 months ago

 

Taking It To the Schools: Community Experiences in Theatre and Dance

 

 

 

Grade 2:  Yes, And...

 

Grade 5:  Pretty Pictures

 

Grade 8:  Spotlight Tableau

 

Grade 9-12:  Art of Characterization

 

Grade 9-12:  Exploring Movement--Interpreting a Work of Art

 

Template:  Create Your Own Theatre Module

 

 

These instructional materials were created by a team of Arkansas classroom teachers and teaching artists through a partnership between the Arkansas Department of Education, the Arkansas Arts Council, and Arkansans for the Arts. Many thanks to the team: Marisa Arnold, Amy Bramlett, Emma Crystal, Missy Gipson, Tim Peerbolte, Jason Suel, and Jennifer Unger. The modules were inspired by the Model Cornerstone Assessments of the National Core Arts Standards.

 

Arkansas Theater and Dance Curriculum Frameworks:  http://www.arkansased.gov/divisions/learning-services/curriculum-and-instruction/curriculum-framework-documents/fine-arts-new-courses-valid-july-1-2015

 

National Core Arts Standards Model Cornerstone Assessments:  www.nationalartsstandards.org

 

For more information, contact Lana Hallmark, ADE Fine Arts Specialist, lana.hallmark@arkansas.gov

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