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Theatre

Standard 3.Designs and produces informal and formal productions
  Level Pre-K (Grade Pre-K)
   1. Create props out of available resources to support dramatic play
  Level II (Grade K-4)
   1. Knows how visual elements (e.g., space, color, line, shape, texture) and aural aspects are used to communicate locale and mood
   2. Selects and organizes available materials that suggest scenery, properties, lighting, sound, costumes, and makeup
   3. Visualizes and arranges environments for classroom dramatizations
  Level III (Grade 5-8)
   1. Understands the functions and interrelated nature of scenery, properties, lighting, sound, costumes, and makeup in creating an environment appropriate for the drama
   2. Understands technical requirements for various improvised and scripted scenes
   3. Develops focused ideas for the environment using visual elements (e.g., line, texture, color, space), visual principles (e.g., repetition, balance, emphasis, contrast, unity), and aural qualities (e.g., pitch, rhythm, dynamics, tempo, expression) from traditional and nontraditional sources
   4. Selects and creates elements of scenery, properties, lighting, and sound to signify environments, and costumes and makeup to suggest character
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   1. Understands the basic physical and chemical properties of the technical aspects of theatre (e.g., light, color, electricity, paint, makeup)
   2. Understands production requirements for a variety of dramatic texts from cultural and historical perspectives
   3. Develops designs that use visual and aural elements to convey environments (e.g., place, time, atmosphere/mood) that clearly support the text
   4. Creates functional scenery, properties, lighting, sound, costumes, and makeup
   5. Conceptualizes and realizes artistic interpretations for informal or formal productions
   6. Designs coherent stage management, promotional, and business plans