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Unformatted text preview: Academic Standards for the Arts and Humanities Pennsylvania Department of Education 22 Pa. Code, Chapter 4, Appendix D (#006-276) Final Form-Annex A July 18, 2002 Academic Standards for the Arts and Humanities 22 Pa. Code, Chapter 4, Appendix D (#006-276) Final Form-Annex A July 18, 2002 XXV. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction………………………………………….……. XXVI. THE ACADEMIC STANDARDS Production, Performance and Exhibition of Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts…………..……………… A. Elements and Principles in each Art Form B. Demonstration of Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts C. Vocabulary Within each Art Form D. Styles in Production, Performance and Exhibition E. Themes in Art Forms F. Historical and Cultural Production, Performance and Exhibition G. Function and Analysis of Rehearsals and Practice Sessions H. Safety Issues in the Arts I. Community Performances and Exhibitions J. Technologies in the Arts K. Technologies in the Humanities 9.1. Historical and Cultural Contexts..……………………….. A. Context of Works in the Arts B. Chronology of Works in the Arts C. Styles and Genre in the Arts D. Historical and Cultural Perspectives E. Historical and Cultural Impact on Works in the Arts 9.2. F. Vocabulary for Historical and Cultural Context G. Geographic regions in the arts H. Pennsylvania artists I. Philosophical context of works in the arts J. Historical differences of works in the arts K. Traditions within works in the arts L. Common themes in works in the Arts Critical Response…………………………………………. A. Critical Processes B. Criteria C. Classifications D. Vocabulary for Criticism E. Types of Analysis F. Comparisons G. Critics in the Arts 9.3. Aesthetic Response………………………………………... A. Philosophical Studies B. Aesthetic Interpretation C. Environmental Influences D. Artistic Choices 9.4. Glossary……………………………………………………. XXVII. Academic Standards for the Arts and Humanities 22 Pa. Code, Chapter 4, Appendix D (#006-276) Final Form-Annex A July 18, 2002 Page # 1 XXVI. INTRODUCTION The Academic Standards for the Arts and Humanities describe what students should know and be able to do at the end of grades 3, 5, 8 and 12 in the visual and performing arts and the understanding about humanities context within the arts. The arts include dance, music, theatre and visual arts. The arts and the humanities are interconnected through the inclusion of history, criticism and aesthetics. In addition, the humanities include literature and language, philosophy, social studies and world languages. The areas encompassed in the humanities such as jurisprudence, comparative religions and ethics are included among other standards documents. The interconnected arts and humanities areas are divided into these standards categories: ◊ 9.1. Production, Performance and Exhibition of Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts ◊ 9.2. Historical and Cultural Contexts...
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