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Arts and Communication 
 Standard 1.Understands the principles, processes, and products associated with arts and communication media
  
Topics1. Comparing/Contrasting; 2. Art materials; 3. Artistic terms and concepts
   Level IV (Grade 9-12)
  Benchmark 2.Understands how the elements, materials, technologies, artistic processes (e.g., imagination, craftsmanship) and organizational principles (e.g. unity and variety, repetition and contrast) are used in similar and distinctive ways in various art forms
   Vocabulary terms
A.  similarities between art forms
B.  differences between art forms
C.  elements of art
D.  art material
E.  art technology
F.  artistic process
G.  organizational principle
  Knowledge/skill statements
  1. Understands how elements are used in similar ways in various art forms   
  2. Understands how materials are used in similar ways in various art forms   
  3. Understands how technologies are used in similar ways in various art forms   
  4. Understands how artistic processes are used in similar ways in various art forms   
  5. Understands how imagination is used in similar ways in various art forms   
  6. Understands how craftsmanship is used in similar ways in various art forms   
  7. Understands how organizational principles are used in similar ways in various art forms   
  8. Understands how the organizational principle of unity is used in similar ways in various art forms   
  9. Understands how the organizational principle of variety is used in similar ways in various art forms   
  10. Understands how the organizational principle of repetition is used in similar ways in various art forms   
  11. Understands how the organizational principle of contrast is used in similar ways in various art forms   
  12. Understands how elements are used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  13. Understands how materials are used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  14. Understands how technologies are used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  15. Understands how artistic processes are used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  16. Understands how imagination is used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  17. Understands how craftsmanship is used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  18. Understands how organizational principles are used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  19. Understands how the organizational principle of unity is used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  20. Understands how the organizational principle of variety is used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  21. Understands how the organizational principle of repetition is used in distinctive ways in various art forms   
  22. Understands how the organizational principle of contrast is used in distinctive ways in various art forms   


Citation Log: BD(AE,62,72)
Citation reference
BD = benchmark, declarative
BP = benchmark, procedural
BC = benchmark, contextual

1st letter/number of each code in parentheses:
A   CNAEA: National Standards for Arts Education
AL1   Alabama Arts Course of Study
AL2   Alabama Industrial Arts Technology
AL3   Alabama Trade and Industrial Education
AZ   Arizona Arts Standards
C1   California Industrial and Technology Education
C2   Visual/Performing Arts Framework
F   Florida Arts Curriculum Framework
M   Montana Communication Arts Curriculum Model
N   NAEP: Arts Education Assessment Framework
R1   Arkansas Music Curriculum Framework
R2   Arkansas Theatre Curriculum Framework
R3   Arkansas Dance Curriculum Framework
TF 2,3   Texas Fine Arts: Middle, High School
TL 2,3   Texas Language Arts: Middle, High School
V1   Virginia Standards of Learning, Music
V2   Virginia Standards of Learning, Art
V3   Virginia SOL, Theatre, Oral Comm., and Journalism
W1,2,3,4   Wisconsin Language Arts

2nd letter code :
E = Explicitly stated in document
I = Implicit in document

Number:
Page number of the cited document