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Topic: Influence of culture/society on art 

Arts and Communication

 Standard 3.  Uses critical and creative thinking in various arts and communication settings
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 8.Knows ways in which different sources are used to produce art forms (e.g., personal experiences, thoughts, and feelings; real and imaginary sources; nature and the constructed environment; experimentation; events; the human senses of sight, hearing, smell, touch, and taste)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows ways that personal experiences are used to produce art forms
     2.Knows ways that personal thoughts are used to produce art forms
     3.Knows ways that personal feelings are used to produce art forms
     4.Knows ways that real sources are used to produce art forms
     5.Knows ways that imaginary sources are used to produce art forms
     6.Knows ways that nature is used to produce art forms
     7.Knows ways that constructed environments are used to produce art forms
     8.Knows ways that experimentation is used to produce art forms
     9.Knows ways that events are used to produce art forms
     10.Knows ways that the human sense of sight is used to produce art forms
     11.Knows ways that the human sense of hearing is used to produce art forms
     12.Knows ways that the human sense of smell is used to produce art forms
     13.Knows ways that the human sense of tough is used to produce art forms
     14.Knows ways that the human sense of taste is used to produce art forms
 Standard 5.  Knows a range of arts and communication works from various historical and cultural periods
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 2.Understands the relationship between a given culture and its artistic forms (e.g., ways in which culture influences the content and production values of theatre, television, and film; social, cultural, ecological, economic, religious, and political conditions that influence the function, meaning, and execution of works of art; ways in which recognized artists recorded, affected, or influenced change in a historical, cultural, or religious context)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the ways in which culture influences the content of theatre
     2.Understands the ways in which culture influences the production values of theatre
     3.Understands the ways in which culture influences the content of television
     4.Understands the ways in which culture influences the content of film
     5.Understands the ways in which culture influences the production value of television
     6.Understands the ways in which culture influences the production value of film
     7.Understands the social conditions that influence the function of works of art
     8.Understands the social conditions that influence the meaning of works of art
     9.Understands the social conditions that influence the execution of works of art
     10.Understands the cultural conditions that influence the function of works of art
     11.Understands the cultural conditions that influence the meaning of works of art
     12.Understands the cultural conditions that influence the execution of works of art
     13.Understands the ecological conditions that influence the function of works of art
     14.Understands the ecological conditions that influence the meaning of works of art
     15.Understands the ecological conditions that influence the execution of works of art
     16.Understands the economic conditions that influence the function of works of art
     17.Understands the economic conditions that influence the meaning of works of art
     18.Understands the economic conditions that influence the execution of works of art
     19.Understands the religious conditions that influence the function of works of art
     20.Understands the religious conditions that influence the meaning of works of art
     21.Understands the religious conditions that influence the execution of works of art
     22.Understands the political conditions that influence the meaning of works of art
     23.Understands the political conditions that influence the function of works of art
     24.Understands the political conditions that influence the execution of works of art
     25.Understands ways in which recognized artists recorded change in a historical context
     26.Understands ways in which recognized artists affected change in a historical context
     27.Understands ways in which recognized artists influenced change in a historical context
     28.Understands ways in which recognized artists recorded change in a cultural context
     29.Understands ways in which recognized artists affected change in a cultural context
     30.Understands ways in which recognized artists influenced change in a cultural context
     31.Understands ways in which recognized artists recorded change in a religious context
     32.Understands ways in which recognized artists affected change in a religious context
     33.Understands ways in which recognized artists influenced change in a religious context
   Benchmark 3.Understands diverse cultural contributions to American art forms (e.g., sources of American music genres including blues, swing, gospel; the influence of other cultures on American visual artists)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the sources of American music genres
     2.Understands the sources of American blues
     3.Understands the sources of American swing music
     4.Understands the sources of American gospel music

Theatre

 Standard 6.  Understands the context in which theatre, film, television, and electronic media are performed today as well as in the past
  Level III (Grade 5-8)
   Benchmark 5.Knows how culture affects the content and production values of dramatic performances
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows how culture affects the content of dramatic performances
     2.Knows how culture affects the production values of dramatic performances
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 4.Knows cultural and historical influences on American theatre and musical theatre
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows cultural influences on American theatre and musical theatre
     2.Knows historical influences on American theatre and musical theatre
   Benchmark 5.Understands ways in which personal and cultural experiences can affect an artist’s dramatic work
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands ways in which personal experiences can affect an artist’s dramatic work
     2.Understands ways in which cultural experiences can affect an artist’s dramatic work

Visual Arts

 Standard 4.  Understands the visual arts in relation to history and cultures
  Level II (Grade K-4)
   Benchmark 3.Knows how history, culture, and the visual arts can influence each other
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows how history can influence the visual arts
     2.Knows how culture can influence the visual arts
 Standard 5.  Understands the characteristics and merits of one's own artwork and the artwork of others
  Level II (Grade K-4)
   Benchmark 2.Knows how people’s experiences (e.g., cultural background, human needs) can influence the development of specific artworks
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows that personal experience can influence art
     2.Knows how cultural background can influence the development of specific artworks
     3.Knows how human needs can influence the development of specific artworks