Access Visual and Performing Arts: 6-8 (#7801010) 


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Course Standards

Name Description
VA.68.C.1.1: Apply a range of interests and contextual connections to influence the art-making and self-reflection processes.
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VA.68.C.1.In.a: Integrate ideas during the art-making process to convey meaning in personal works of art.
VA.68.C.1.Su.a: Use the art-making process to communicate personal interests and self-expression.
VA.68.C.1.Pa.a: Use various media or techniques to communicate personal interests and self-expression.

VA.68.C.1.2: Use visual evidence and prior knowledge to reflect on multiple interpretations of works of art.
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VA.68.C.1.In.b: Describe observations and apply prior knowledge to interpret visual information and reflect on works of art.
VA.68.C.1.Su.b: Describe works of art using observation skills or tactile sensations, prior knowledge, and experience.
VA.68.C.1.Pa.b: Recognize selected visual or tactile characteristics of artworks.

VA.68.C.1.3: Identify qualities of exemplary artworks that are evident and transferable to the judgment of personal work.
Clarifications:
e.g., personal, cultural, historical
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VA.68.C.1.In.c: Examine exemplary artworks to identify qualities that make the work unique or appealing.
VA.68.C.1.Su.c: Examine exemplary artworks to recognize qualities that make the work unique or appealing.
VA.68.C.1.Pa.c: Examine exemplary artworks to recognize a quality that makes the work unique or appealing.

VA.68.C.2.1: Assess personal artwork during production to determine areas of success and needed change for achieving self-directed or specified goals.
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VA.68.C.2.In.a: Analyze and revise artworks to meet established criteria.
VA.68.C.2.Su.a: Use defined criteria to analyze and revise artworks.
VA.68.C.2.Pa.a: Use a teacher-selected criterion to analyze and revise artworks.

VA.68.F.1.1: Use non-traditional thinking and various techniques to create two-, three-, and/or four-dimensional artworks.
Clarifications:
e.g., potential to transfer and incorporate technological applications
VA.68.F.1.2: Use creative risk-taking strategies learned from artists’ works to incorporate artistic solutions in the creation of new personal artworks.
VA.68.F.1.3: Investigate and describe how technology inspires and affects new applications and adaptations in art.
VA.68.F.1.4: Use technology skills to create an imaginative and unique work of art.
Clarifications:
e.g., convey depth, scale
VA.68.F.2.1: Investigate career opportunities available in the visual arts to determine requisite skills and qualifications for each field.
Related Access Points
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VA.68.F.2.In.a: Identify two or more employment and leisure opportunities in or relating to visual art and pair them with the necessary skills and training.
VA.68.F.2.Su.a: Recognize two or more employment and leisure opportunities in or relating to visual art and pair with a prerequisite.
VA.68.F.2.Pa.a: Distinguish among employment or leisure opportunities that are art- related vs. non-art-related.

VA.68.F.2.4: Present research on the works of local artists and designers to understand the significance of art in the community.
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VA.68.F.2.In.b: Recognize a positive economic impact of employment opportunities in or related to visual art on individuals or communities.
VA.68.F.2.Su.b: Recognize a positive economic impact of employment opportunities in or related to visual art on individuals and communities.
VA.68.F.2.Pa.a: Distinguish among employment or leisure opportunities that are art- related vs. non-art-related.

VA.68.F.3.3: Collaborate with peers to complete an art task and develop leadership skills.
Clarifications:
e.g., task: voluntary, assigned; time: long-term group project
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VA.68.F.3.In.b: Prioritize, monitor, and complete tasks related to individual or collaborative visual art projects.
VA.68.F.3.Su.b: Sequence and execute visual art projects having three or more steps.
VA.68.F.3.Pa.b: Complete two or more steps related to individual or collaborative visual art projects.

VA.68.F.3.4: Follow directions and complete art tasks in a timely manner to show development of 21st-century skills.
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VA.68.F.3.In.b: Prioritize, monitor, and complete tasks related to individual or collaborative visual art projects.
VA.68.F.3.Su.b: Sequence and execute visual art projects having three or more steps.
VA.68.F.3.Pa.b: Complete two or more steps related to individual or collaborative visual art projects.

VA.68.H.1.1: Describe social, ecological, economic, religious, and/or political conditions reflected in works of art.
Related Access Points
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VA.68.H.1.In.a: Identify historical and cultural influences that have inspired artists to produce works of art.
VA.68.H.1.Su.a: Recognize ideas important to people, groups, cultures, or time periods that are reflected in their artworks.
VA.68.H.1.Pa.a: Recognize similar themes in visual art from a variety of cultures and times.

VA.68.H.1.2: Identify suitable audience behavior needed to view or experience artworks found in school, art exhibits, museums, and/or community cultural venues.
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VA.68.H.1.In.b: Identify and practice specified procedures and etiquette as part of an art audience.
VA.68.H.1.Su.b: Practice specified procedures and etiquette as part of an art audience.
VA.68.H.1.Pa.b: Practice a specified element of audience etiquette as part of an art audience.

VA.68.H.2.1: Describe how previous cultural trends have led to the development of new art styles.
Related Access Points
Name Description
VA.68.H.2.In.a: Identify influences of cultural trends on visual art.
VA.68.H.2.Su.a: Identify structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create and respond to artworks.
VA.68.H.2.Pa.a: Recognize selected structural elements of art to create and respond to artworks.

VA.68.H.2.3: Describe the rationale for creating, collecting, exhibiting, and owning works of art.
Clarifications:
e.g., private, public, and personal art collections
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VA.68.H.2.In.c: Identify reasons to display artwork in public places.
VA.68.H.2.Su.c: Identify the physical features or characteristics of artworks displayed in the community.
VA.68.H.2.Pa.b: Recognize the use of visual art or utilitarian objects in daily life.

VA.68.O.1.3: Combine creative and technical knowledge to produce visually strong works of art.
Related Access Points
Name Description
VA.68.O.1.In.a: Use the structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to understand the art-making process.
VA.68.O.1.Su.a: Use the structural elements of art and organizational principles of design in personal works of art.
VA.68.O.1.Pa.a: Use structural elements of art in personal artworks.

VA.68.O.1.4: Create artworks that demonstrate skilled use of media to convey personal vision.
Related Access Points
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VA.68.O.1.In.b: Select and use structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create artworks.
VA.68.O.1.Su.b: Use teacher-selected structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create artworks.
VA.68.O.1.Pa.b: Use a teacher-selected structural element of art or organizational principle of design to create artworks.

VA.68.O.2.1: Create new meaning in artworks through shared language, expressive content, and ideation.
Related Access Points
Name Description
VA.68.O.2.In.a: Apply structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create artworks with a new meaning.
VA.68.O.2.Su.a: Use basic structural elements of visual art to create and respond to visual art.
VA.68.O.2.Pa.a: Use selected structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create and respond to artworks.

VA.68.O.2.3: Create a work of personal art using various media to solve an open-ended artistic problem.
Related Access Points
Name Description
VA.68.O.2.In.a: Apply structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create artworks with a new meaning.
VA.68.O.2.Su.a: Use basic structural elements of visual art to create and respond to visual art.
VA.68.O.2.Pa.a: Use selected structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create and respond to artworks.

VA.68.O.2.4: Select various media and techniques to communicate personal symbols and ideas through the organization of the structural elements of art.
Related Access Points
Name Description
VA.68.O.2.In.a: Apply structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create artworks with a new meaning.
VA.68.O.2.Su.a: Use basic structural elements of visual art to create and respond to visual art.
VA.68.O.2.Pa.a: Use selected structural elements of art and organizational principles of design to create and respond to artworks.

VA.68.S.1.1: Manipulate content, media, techniques, and processes to achieve communication with artistic intent.
Related Access Points
Name Description
VA.68.S.1.In.a: Manipulate tools and media to enhance communication in personal artworks.
VA.68.S.1.Su.a: Experiment with art tools and media to express ideas.
VA.68.S.1.Pa.a: Use a variety of visual art tools and media to express ideas.

VA.68.S.1.2: Use media, technology, and other resources to derive ideas for personal art-making.
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VA.68.S.1.In.b: Use media, technology, and other resources to inspire personal art-making decisions.
VA.68.S.1.Su.b: Use diverse resources to inspire artistic expression and achieve varied results.
VA.68.S.1.Pa.b: Explore diverse resources to inspire artistic expression and achieve varied results.

VA.68.S.1.3: Use ideas from cultural, historical, and artistic references to create personal responses in personal artwork.
Clarifications:
e.g., texts, visual media, Internet, museums, Florida history, Holocaust, African American history
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Name Description
VA.68.S.1.In.c: Create artworks to depict personal, cultural, and/or historical themes.
VA.68.S.1.Su.c: Incorporate ideas from art exemplars for specified time periods and cultures.
VA.68.S.1.Pa.b: Explore diverse resources to inspire artistic expression and achieve varied results.

VA.68.S.1.4: Use accurate art vocabulary to explain the creative and art-making processes.
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VA.68.S.1.In.d: Use accurate art vocabulary to communicate about works of art and art processes.
VA.68.S.1.Su.d: Choose accurate art vocabulary to describe works of art and art processes.
VA.68.S.1.Pa.c: Use art vocabulary to communicate ideas about art.

VA.68.S.2.1: Organize the structural elements of art to achieve artistic goals when producing personal works of art.
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VA.68.S.2.In.a: Create or re-create organizational structures to incorporate in a new work of visual art.
VA.68.S.2.Su.a: Re-create the organization of selected structural elements of art.
VA.68.S.2.Pa.a: Re-create structural elements in works of art.

VA.68.S.2.2: Create artwork requiring sequentially ordered procedures and specified media to achieve intended results.
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VA.68.S.2.In.b: Re-create sequentially ordered procedures to incorporate in a new work of visual art.
VA.68.S.2.Su.b: Re-create visual art processes in a given medium.
VA.68.S.2.Pa.b: Follow a selected process in a given medium.

VA.68.S.3.1: Use two-dimensional or three-dimensional art materials and tools to understand the potential and limitations of each.
Related Access Points
Name Description
VA.68.S.3.In.a: Experiment with various two- and three-dimensional materials, tools, techniques, and processes to achieve a variety of results.
VA.68.S.3.Su.a: Manipulate two- and three-dimensional art materials and refine techniques to create personal works.
VA.68.S.3.Pa.a: Practice skills and techniques to create with two- and three-dimensional media.

VA.68.S.3.3: Demonstrate understanding of safety protocols for media, tools, processes, and techniques.
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VA.68.S.3.In.b: Follow procedures for using tools, media, techniques, and processes safely and responsibly.
VA.68.S.3.Su.b: Follow directions for safety procedures in the art room.
VA.68.S.3.Pa.b: Demonstrate the safe use of a variety of visual art tools, media, techniques, and processes.

VA.68.S.3.5: Apply two-dimensional techniques and media to create or enhance three-dimensional artwork.
Related Access Points
Name Description
VA.68.S.3.In.a: Experiment with various two- and three-dimensional materials, tools, techniques, and processes to achieve a variety of results.
VA.68.S.3.Su.a: Manipulate two- and three-dimensional art materials and refine techniques to create personal works.
VA.68.S.3.Pa.a: Practice skills and techniques to create with two- and three-dimensional media.

MU.68.C.1.1: Develop strategies for listening to unfamiliar musical works.
Clarifications:
e.g., listening maps, active listening, checklists
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Name Description
MU.68.C.1.In.a: Develop effective sensory strategies and describe how they support appreciation of familiar musical works.
MU.68.C.1.Su.a: Use appropriate sensory skills to support appreciation of familiar musical works.
MU.68.C.1.Pa.a: Use the senses to support appreciation of familiar musical works.

MU.68.C.1.3: Identify, aurally, instrumental styles and a variety of instrumental ensembles.
Clarifications:
e.g., Classical, Baroque, Romantic, contemporary, jazz, pop, solo, duet, trio, quartet, small ensembles
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.C.1.In.c: Identify selected instrumental styles and ensembles.
MU.68.C.1.Su.c: Recognize selected instrumental styles and ensembles.
MU.68.C.1.Pa.c: Recognize selected instrumental styles.

MU.68.C.1.4: Identify, aurally, a variety of vocal styles and ensembles.
Clarifications:
e.g., chant, spiritual, folk, opera, world, jazz, pop, solo, duet, trio, quartet, small ensembles, choirs
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.C.1.In.d: Identify selected vocal styles and ensembles.
MU.68.C.1.Su.d: Recognize selected vocal styles and ensembles.
MU.68.C.1.Pa.d: Recognize selected vocal styles.

MU.68.C.2.2: Critique, using correct music vocabulary, changes in one’s own or others’ musical performance resulting from practice or rehearsal.
Clarifications:
e.g., blend, balance, ensemble playing, sonority, technique, tone quality
Related Access Points
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MU.68.C.2.In.b: Identify areas of improvement in one’s own or others’ performances after practice or rehearsal using selected music vocabulary.
MU.68.C.2.Su.b: Use defined criteria to recognize improvement in one’s own or others’ performances after practice or rehearsal using selected music vocabulary.
MU.68.C.2.Pa.b: Use a teacher-selected criterion to recognize improvement in one’s own or others’ performances after practice or rehearsal.

MU.68.C.3.1: Apply specific criteria to evaluate why a musical work is an exemplar in a specific style or genre.
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.C.3.In.a: Use defined criteria to evaluate characteristics of exemplary musical work from a specific period or genre.
MU.68.C.3.Su.a: Use teacher-selected criteria to identify characteristics of exemplary musical work from a specific period or genre.
MU.68.C.3.Pa.a: Use a teacher-selected criterion to respond to characteristics of exemplary musical work from a specific period or genre.

MU.68.F.1.1: Create a composition and/or performance, using visual, kinesthetic, digital, and/or acoustic means to manipulate musical elements.
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.F.1.In.a: Create new interpretations of melodic or rhythmic pieces by using visual, kinesthetic, digital, and/or acoustic means to manipulate musical elements.
MU.68.F.1.Su.a: Change the feeling of melodic or rhythmic pieces using visual, kinesthetic, digital, and/or acoustic means to manipulate musical elements.
MU.68.F.1.Pa.a: Participate in the production of changes in sounds and movements of melodic or rhythmic pieces.

MU.68.F.1.2: Create an original composition that reflects various performances that use "traditional" and contemporary technologies.
Clarifications:
e.g., MIDI, Internet video resources, personal digital assistants, MP3 players, cell phones, digital recording, music software
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MU.68.F.1.In.b: Create, interpret, and respond to music that integrates traditional and contemporary technologies.
MU.68.F.1.Su.b: Create, interpret, or respond to music that integrates traditional and contemporary technologies.
MU.68.F.1.Pa.b: Explore music that integrates traditional and contemporary technologies.

MU.68.F.2.2: Describe how concert attendance can financially impact a community.
Clarifications:
e.g., increased revenues at restaurants, hotels, and travel agencies; venue maintenance, parking attendants
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.F.2.In.a: Identify two or more employment and leisure opportunities in or relating to music and pair with the necessary skills and training.
MU.68.F.2.Su.a: Recognize two or more employment and leisure opportunities in or relating to music and pair with a prerequisite.
MU.68.F.2.Pa.a: Distinguish employment or leisure opportunities that are music-related vs. non-music-related.

MU.68.F.3.3: Identify the tasks involved in the compositional process and discuss how the process might be applied in the work place.
Clarifications:
e.g., idea, development, editing, selling, revising, testing, presenting
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.F.3.In.c: Prioritize, monitor, and complete tasks related to individual or collaborative projects.
MU.68.F.3.Su.c: Individually or collaboratively organize and execute music projects having three or more components.
MU.68.F.3.Pa.c: Contribute to the organization and execution of a music project.

MU.68.H.1.1: Describe the functions of music from various cultures and time periods.
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.H.1.In.a: Identify the functions of music from various cultures and time periods.
MU.68.H.1.Su.a: Identify the purpose for which specified music is used within various cultures.
MU.68.H.1.Pa.a: Recognize the purpose for which specified music is used within various cultures.

MU.68.H.1.2: Identify the works of representative composers within a specific style or time period.
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MU.68.H.1.In.b: Identify a characteristic of music from another culture in selected American music.
MU.68.H.1.Su.b: Recognize a characteristic of music from another culture in selected American music.
MU.68.H.1.Pa.b: Recognize a similarity between a selected American piece and that of a selected piece from another culture.

MU.68.H.1.3: Describe how American music has been influenced by other cultures.
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MU.68.H.1.In.c: Identify authentic stylistic features in music originating from various cultures.
MU.68.H.1.Su.c: Recognize authentic stylistic features in music originating from various cultures.
MU.68.H.1.Pa.c: Recognize a selected authentic stylistic feature in music originating from various cultures.

MU.68.H.1.5: Using representative musical works by selected composers, classify compositional characteristics common to a specific time period and/or genre.
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.H.1.In.c: Identify authentic stylistic features in music originating from various cultures.
MU.68.H.1.Su.c: Recognize authentic stylistic features in music originating from various cultures.
MU.68.H.1.Pa.c: Recognize a selected authentic stylistic feature in music originating from various cultures.

MU.68.H.2.1: Describe the influence of historical events and periods on music composition and performance.
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.H.2.In.a: Identify the influence of historical events and periods on music composition and performance.
MU.68.H.2.Su.a: Recognize the influence of selected historical or cultural events on music of the time.
MU.68.H.2.Pa.a: Associate music with significant historical or cultural events.

MU.68.H.2.2: Analyze how technology has changed the way music is created, performed, acquired, and experienced.
Clarifications:
e.g., from harpsichord to piano; from phonograph to CD
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.H.2.In.b: Identify a variety of technologies to create, perform, acquire, and experience music.
MU.68.H.2.Su.b: Recognize selected technologies to create, perform, acquire, and experience music.
MU.68.H.2.Pa.b: Recognize selected ways to create, perform, acquire, and experience music.

MU.68.H.3.2: Discuss how the absence of music would affect other content areas and contexts.
Clarifications:
e.g., theatre and dance, movies, sporting events, video games, commercial advertising, social gatherings, civic and religious ceremonies, plays
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.H.3.Pa.a: Select music to enhance other content areas or contexts.

MU.68.O.1.1: Compare performances of a musical work to identify artistic choices made by performers.
Clarifications:
e.g., rhythm, melody, timbre, form, tonality, harmony, expressive elements; choral, orchestral, band, ensemble
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Name Description
MU.68.O.1.In.a: Compare musical elements in different types of music using correct music vocabulary.
MU.68.O.1.Su.a: Identify elements of music in different types of music.
MU.5.O.1.Pa.a: Recognize a selected element in a piece of music.

MU.68.O.2.1: Create a composition, manipulating musical elements and exploring the effects of those manipulations.
Clarifications:
e.g., using electronic or paper-and-pencil means to experiment with timbre, melody, rhythm, harmony, form, tonality
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.O.2.In.a: Manipulate the elements of a musical piece and explore the effects of those manipulations.
MU.68.O.2.Su.a: Change the feeling of a musical phrase by altering an element of music.
MU.68.O.2.Pa.a: Select an element to change in a musical phrase.

MU.68.O.3.1: Describe how the combination of instrumentation and expressive elements in a musical work can convey a specific thought, idea, mood, and/or image.
Clarifications:
e.g., tempo markings, expression markings, articulation markings, phrasing, scales, modes, harmonic structure, timbre, rhythm, orchestration
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.O.3.In.a: Identify how instrumentation and expressive elements affect the mood or emotion of a song.
MU.68.O.3.Su.a: Recognize how a change in instrumentation or an expressive element affects the mood or emotion of a song.
MU.68.O.3.Pa.a: Match instrumentation or expressive elements to mood or emotion.

MU.68.O.3.2: Perform the expressive elements of a musical work indicated by the musical score and/or conductor, and transfer new knowledge and experiences to other musical works.
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.O.3.In.b: Apply expressive elements to a vocal or instrumental piece.
MU.68.O.3.Su.b: Change an expressive element in a vocal or instrumental piece and identify the result.
MU.68.O.3.Pa.a: Match instrumentation or expressive elements to mood or emotion.

MU.68.S.1.1: Improvise rhythmic and melodic phrases to accompany familiar songs and/or standard harmonic progressions.
Clarifications:
e.g., blues, rock
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.S.1.In.a: Improvise rhythmic or melodic phrases to accompany familiar songs and/or standard harmonic progressions.
MU.68.S.1.Su.a: Improvise vocal or instrumental patterns using familiar songs.
MU.68.S.1.Pa.a: Imitate simple vocal or instrumental patterns or songs.

MU.68.S.1.2: Compose a short musical piece.
Clarifications:
e.g., using traditional, non-traditional, digital, or classroom instruments and/or voice
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.S.1.In.a: Improvise rhythmic or melodic phrases to accompany familiar songs and/or standard harmonic progressions.
MU.68.S.1.Su.a: Improvise vocal or instrumental patterns using familiar songs.
MU.68.S.1.Pa.a: Imitate simple vocal or instrumental patterns or songs.

MU.68.S.1.3: Arrange a short musical piece by manipulating melody, form, rhythm, and/or voicing.
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.S.1.In.a: Improvise rhythmic or melodic phrases to accompany familiar songs and/or standard harmonic progressions.
MU.68.S.1.Su.a: Improvise vocal or instrumental patterns using familiar songs.
MU.68.S.1.Pa.a: Imitate simple vocal or instrumental patterns or songs.

MU.68.S.1.4: Sing or play melodies by ear with support from the teacher and/or peers.
Clarifications:
e.g., melodies using traditional classroom instruments and/or voice
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.S.1.In.a: Improvise rhythmic or melodic phrases to accompany familiar songs and/or standard harmonic progressions.
MU.68.S.1.Su.a: Improvise vocal or instrumental patterns using familiar songs.
MU.68.S.1.Pa.a: Imitate simple vocal or instrumental patterns or songs.

MU.68.S.1.5: Perform melodies with chord progressions.
Clarifications:
e.g., keyboard/piano, keyboard/piano and voice, guitar, voice and guitar
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.S.1.In.b: Improvise phrases using familiar songs.
MU.68.S.1.Su.b: Perform simple instrumental musical patterns.
MU.68.S.1.Pa.a: Imitate simple vocal or instrumental patterns or songs.

MU.68.S.1.6: Compose a melody, with or without lyrics, over a standard harmonic progression.
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Name Description
MU.68.S.1.In.c: Perform a familiar melody with instrumental musical patterns.
MU.68.S.1.Su.b: Perform simple instrumental musical patterns.
MU.68.S.1.Pa.b: Participate in simple instrumental patterns.

MU.68.S.2.1: Perform music from memory to demonstrate knowledge of the musical structure.
Clarifications:
e.g., basic themes, patterns, tonality, melody, harmony
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.S.2.In.a: Perform musical patterns or music from memory.
MU.68.S.2.Su.a: Re-create musical phrases or music from a given musical example.
MU.68.S.2.Pa.a: Match a musical pattern or phrase to a given musical example.

MU.68.S.3.1: Sing and/or play age-appropriate repertoire expressively.
Clarifications:
e.g., technique, phrasing, dynamics, tone quality, blend, balance, intonation, kinesthetic support/response
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Name Description
MU.68.S.3.In.a: Sing rounds, canons, and/or partner songs using proper vocal technique and maintaining pitch.
MU.68.S.3.Su.a: Sing songs in an appropriate range using head voice and maintaining pitch.
MU.68.S.3.Pa.a: Select notes, simple melodies, and/or accompaniments to perform.

MU.68.S.3.3: Sight-read standard exercises and simple repertoire.
Clarifications:
e.g., note and rest values, key signatures, time signatures, expressive markings, special harmonic and/or notation symbols
Related Access Points
Name Description
MU.68.S.3.In.c: Sight-read notes and/or simple rhythmic phrases.
MU.68.S.3.Su.c: Match aurally presented notes to traditional notation.
MU.68.S.3.Pa.a: Select notes, simple melodies, and/or accompaniments to perform.

TH.68.C.1.1: Devise an original work based on a community issue that explores various solutions to a problem.
Clarifications:
e.g., health, environment, politics, bullying
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.C.1.In.a: Create a performance piece based on an age-appropriate theme or social issue relevant to the school climate.
TH.68.C.1.Su.a: Contribute to the creation of a performance piece based on an age-appropriate theme or social issue relevant to the school climate.
TH.68.C.1.Pa.a: Participate in a performance piece based on an age-appropriate theme or social issue relevant to the school climate.

TH.68.C.1.3: Determine the purpose(s), elements, meaning, and value of a theatrical work based on personal, cultural, or historical standards.
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Name Description
TH.68.C.1.In.c: Identify elements necessary to portray reality in a theatrical performance.
TH.68.C.1.Su.c: Recognize selected elements necessary to portray reality in a theatrical performance.
TH.68.C.1.Pa.c: Recognize a selected element to portray reality in a theatrical performance.

TH.68.C.1.5: Describe how a theatrical activity can entertain or instruct an audience.
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Name Description
TH.68.C.1.In.e: Examine the purpose, elements, and meaning of a theatrical work to determine its value.
TH.68.C.1.Su.e: Examine the purpose, elements, or meaning of a theatrical work.
TH.68.C.1.Pa.e: Recognize the purpose of a theatrical work.

TH.68.C.1.6: Analyze selections from the canon of great world drama as a foundation for understanding the development of drama over time.
Clarifications:
e.g., Sophocles, Shakespeare, Moliere, Ibsen, Chekhov, O'Neill, Brecht, Williams, Beckett, Miller, Wilson, Simon
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.C.1.In.f: Use defined criteria to analyze the development of drama over time.
TH.68.C.1.Su.f: Use specific criteria to explain the development of drama over time.
TH.68.C.1.Pa.f: Identify specific selections of drama in the development of drama over time.

TH.68.C.3.1: Discuss how visual and aural design elements communicate environment, mood, and theme in a theatrical presentation.
Clarifications:
e.g., color, texture, shape, form, sound
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.C.3.In.a: Describe elements necessary to portray artistic intent in a theatrical performance.
TH.68.C.3.Su.a: Identify selected elements necessary to portray artistic intent in a theatrical performance.
TH.68.C.3.Pa.a: Select an element in a theatrical performance.

TH.68.C.3.2: Compare a film version of a story to its original play form.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.C.3.In.b: Compare the telling of a story in two different media.
TH.68.C.3.Su.b: Identify similarities and differences between the telling of a story in two different media.
TH.68.C.3.Pa.b: Recognize a similarity or difference between the telling of a story in two different media.

TH.68.F.1.1: Manipulate various design components to imagine the world of the character.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.F.1.In.a: Create, interpret, and respond to theatre that uses improvised storytelling.
TH.68.F.1.Su.a: Create, interpret, or respond to theatre that uses improvised storytelling.
TH.68.F.1.Pa.a: Create, interpret, or respond to props, costumes, or dialogue that support a story.

TH.68.F.1.2: Use vocal, physical, and imaginative ideas, through improvisation, as a foundation to create new characters and to write dialogue.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.F.1.In.a: Create, interpret, and respond to theatre that uses improvised storytelling.
TH.68.F.1.Su.a: Create, interpret, or respond to theatre that uses improvised storytelling.
TH.68.F.1.Pa.a: Create, interpret, or respond to props, costumes, or dialogue that support a story.

TH.68.F.1.3: Demonstrate creative risk-taking by incorporating personal experiences in an improvisation.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.F.1.In.a: Create, interpret, and respond to theatre that uses improvised storytelling.
TH.68.F.1.Su.a: Create, interpret, or respond to theatre that uses improvised storytelling.
TH.68.F.1.Pa.a: Create, interpret, or respond to props, costumes, or dialogue that support a story.

TH.68.F.2.1: Research careers in the global economy that are not directly related to the arts, but include skills that are arts-based or derive part of their economic impact from the arts.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.F.2.In.a: Identify two or more employment and leisure opportunities in or relating to theatre and pair with the necessary skills and training.
TH.68.F.2.Su.a: Recognize two or more employment and leisure opportunities in or relating to theatre and pair with a prerequisite.
TH.68.F.2.Pa.a: Distinguish employment or leisure opportunities that are theatre-related vs. non-theatre-related.

TH.68.F.2.2: Identify industries within the state of Florida that have a significant impact on local economies, in which the arts are either directly or indirectly involved in their success.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.F.2.In.a: Identify two or more employment and leisure opportunities in or relating to theatre and pair with the necessary skills and training.
TH.68.F.2.Su.a: Recognize two or more employment and leisure opportunities in or relating to theatre and pair with a prerequisite.
TH.68.F.2.Pa.a: Distinguish employment or leisure opportunities that are theatre-related vs. non-theatre-related.

TH.68.H.1.2: Analyze the impact of one’s emotional and social experiences when responding to, or participating in, a play.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.H.1.In.b: Describe physical and emotional qualities that define one or more major characters in a theatrical production.
TH.68.H.1.Su.b: Identify physical and emotional qualities that define one or more major characters in a theatrical production.
TH.68.H.1.Pa.b: Recognize a physical or emotional quality that defines one or more major characters in a theatrical production.

TH.68.H.1.4: Create a monologue or story that reflects one’s understanding of an event in a culture different from one’s own.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.H.1.In.c: Create lines for a monologue or scene.
TH.68.H.1.Su.c: Re-create lines from a monologue or scene.
TH.68.H.1.Pa.c: Contribute selected lines for a monologue or scene.

TH.68.H.1.6: Discuss how a performer responds to different audiences.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.H.1.In.a: Connect cultural and historical beliefs and values to the related theatrical period.
TH.68.H.1.Su.a: Recognize cultural or historical influences on theatrical works.
TH.68.H.1.Pa.a: Associate theatre with cultures or times.

TH.68.H.2.6: Describe historical and cultural influences leading to changes in theatre performance spaces and technology.
Clarifications:
e.g., indoor theatres, proscenium, gas lighting, computers
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.H.2.In.c: Identify theatrical resources in the community.
TH.68.H.2.Su.c: Recognize theatrical resources in the community.
TH.68.H.2.Pa.c: Recognize a theatrical resource in the community.

TH.68.H.2.7: Define theatre genres from different periods in history, giving examples of each.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.H.2.In.d: Identify a variety of theatre genres.
TH.68.H.2.Su.d: Recognize a variety of theatre genres.
TH.68.H.2.Pa.d: Recognize a theatre genre.

TH.68.H.3.2: Read plays from a variety of genres and styles and compare how common themes are expressed in various art forms.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.H.3.In.a: Identify similarities in principles and skills used in theatre and other fields.
TH.68.H.3.Su.a: Recognize similarities in selected principles and skills used in theatre and other fields.
TH.68.H.3.Pa.a: Recognize a similarity in a selected principle or skill used in theatre and other fields.

TH.68.H.3.4: Describe the importance of wellness and care for the actor’s physical being as a performance instrument.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.H.3.In.c: Demonstrate maintenance of a health-enhancing level of personal fitness.
TH.68.H.3.Su.c: Participate in the maintenance of a health-enhancing level of personal fitness.
TH.68.H.3.Pa.c: Select a health-enhancing activity to promote personal fitness.

TH.68.O.1.1: Compare different processes an actor uses to prepare for a performance.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.O.1.In.a: Demonstrate processes an actor uses to prepare for a performance.
TH.68.O.1.Su.a: Identify processes an actor uses to prepare for a performance.
TH.68.O.1.Pa.a: Recognize a process an actor uses to prepare for a performance.

TH.68.O.2.1: Diagram the major parts of a play and their relationships to each other.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.O.2.In.a: Identify similarities and differences between a theatrical performance if depicted in a different location, time, or culture.
TH.68.O.2.Su.a: Recognize similarities and differences between a theatrical performance if depicted in a different location, time, or culture.
TH.68.O.2.Pa.a: Recognize a similarity or difference between a theatrical performance if depicted in a different location, time, or culture.

TH.68.O.2.2: Explain how a performance would change if depicted in a different location, time, or culture.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.O.2.In.a: Identify similarities and differences between a theatrical performance if depicted in a different location, time, or culture.
TH.68.O.2.Su.a: Recognize similarities and differences between a theatrical performance if depicted in a different location, time, or culture.
TH.68.O.2.Pa.a: Recognize a similarity or difference between a theatrical performance if depicted in a different location, time, or culture.

TH.68.O.2.3: Write alternate endings for a specified play.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.O.2.In.b: Suggest alternate story endings for a specified theatrical production.
TH.68.O.2.Su.b: Identify alternate story endings for a specified theatrical production.
TH.68.O.2.Pa.b: Recognize a story ending in a specified theatrical production.

TH.68.O.2.4: Perform a scene or pantomime to demonstrate understanding of blocking and stage movement.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.O.2.In.c: Demonstrate theatrical skills and techniques appropriate for selected dramatizations.
TH.68.O.2.Su.c: Re-create basic theatrical skills and techniques appropriate for selected dramatizations.
TH.68.O.2.Pa.c: Contribute to creating or re-creating theatrical performances.

TH.68.O.3.2: Explore how theatre and theatrical works have influenced various cultures.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.O.3.In.a: Identify similarities and differences between theatre and other art forms.
TH.68.O.3.Su.a: Recognize similarities and differences between theatre and other art forms.
TH.68.O.3.Pa.a: Recognize a similarity and difference between theatre and other art forms.

TH.68.S.1.1: Describe the responsibilities of audience members, to the actors and each other, at live and recorded performances and demonstrate appropriate behavior.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.S.1.In.a: Describe the proper audience etiquette at live and recorded performances.
TH.68.S.1.Su.a: Demonstrate proper audience etiquette at live and recorded performances.
TH.68.S.1.Pa.a: Recognize a characteristic of proper audience etiquette at live and recorded performances.

TH.68.S.1.2: Invent a character with distinct behavior(s) based on observations of people in the real world and interact with others in a cast as the invented characters.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.S.1.In.b: Create and refine selected theatrical performances.
TH.68.S.1.Su.b: Re-create and refine selected theatrical performances.
TH.68.S.1.Pa.b: Contribute to creating or responding to theatrical performances.

TH.68.S.2.1: Discuss the value of collaboration in theatre and work together to create a theatrical production.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.S.2.In.a: Identify each individual’s role in a collaborative project.
TH.68.S.2.Su.a: Identify the role of self in a collaborative project.
TH.68.S.2.Pa.a: Recognize that a performance is a collection of parts.

TH.68.S.2.4: Memorize and present a character’s lines from a monologue or scene.
Related Access Points
Name Description
TH.68.S.2.In.c: Memorize lines or actions from a monologue or scene.
TH.68.S.2.Su.c: Memorize selected lines or actions from a monologue or scene.
TH.68.S.2.Pa.c: Contribute selected lines or actions to scenes.

DA.68.C.1.1: Examine and discuss exemplary works to gain ideas for creating dance studies with artistic intent.
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.C.1.In.a: Identify artistic intent of the choreographer/ performer within a dance performance.
DA.68.C.1.Su.a: Recognize the artistic intent of the choreographer/ performer within a variety of dance performances.
DA.68.C.1.Pa.a: Indicate the intent of the performer from selected dance examples.

DA.68.C.1.2: Process, sequence, and demonstrate new material quickly and accurately with energy, expression, and clarity.
Clarifications:
e.g., in a classroom, master class, rehearsal, audition
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.C.1.In.b: Re-create movement sequences with energy, expression, and clarity.
DA.68.C.1.Su.b: Re-create movement in short sequences with energy, expression, and clarity.
DA.68.C.1.Pa.b: Re-create a variety of movement sequences related to dance.

DA.68.C.3.2: Evaluate key elements observed in historically significant, exemplary works of dance.
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.C.3.In.b: Use defined criteria to respond to dance performances of a specified period or genre.
DA.68.C.3.Su.b: Use a teacher-selected criterion to respond to dance of a specified period or genre.
DA.68.C.3.Pa.b: Select preferred dance performances of a specified period or genre.

DA.68.F.1.1: Interpret and respond to works by master choreographers who have used innovative technology and integrated information from non-dance content areas.
Clarifications:
e.g., Merce Cunningham, Elizabeth Streb, Alwin Nikolais, Pilobolus
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.F.1.In.a: Individually or collaboratively demonstrate the use of a variety of technology tools to produce, store, or view dance performances as a citizen, consumer, or worker.
DA.68.F.1.Su.a: Individually or collaboratively demonstrate the use of selected technology tools to produce or experience dance performances as a citizen, consumer, or worker.
DA.68.F.1.Pa.a: Collaboratively demonstrate the use of selected technology tools to produce or experience dance performances.

DA.68.F.1.2: Explore use of technology as a tool for creating, refining, and responding to dance.
Clarifications:
e.g., video, projections
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.F.1.In.a: Individually or collaboratively demonstrate the use of a variety of technology tools to produce, store, or view dance performances as a citizen, consumer, or worker.
DA.68.F.1.Su.a: Individually or collaboratively demonstrate the use of selected technology tools to produce or experience dance performances as a citizen, consumer, or worker.
DA.68.F.1.Pa.a: Collaboratively demonstrate the use of selected technology tools to produce or experience dance performances.

DA.68.H.1.1: Identify and execute characteristic rhythms in dances representing one or more cultures.
Clarifications:
e.g., African, Indian, Irish, Israeli, Latin
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.H.1.In.a: Identify similarities and differences in dances produced by different cultures.
DA.68.H.1.Su.a: Recognize similarities and differences in dances produced by different cultures.
DA.68.H.1.Pa.a: Recognize similarities and differences in dances.

DA.68.H.2.1: Analyze dance in various cultural and historical periods, and discuss how it has changed over time.
Clarifications:
e.g., equality of gender and race, social trends
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.H.2.In.a: Identify similarities and differences of dance from various cultures and historical periods.
DA.68.H.2.Su.a: Recognize significant dances from various cultures and historical periods.
DA.68.H.2.Pa.a: Recognize the origin or genre of selected dance performances.

DA.68.H.2.2: Compare the roles of dance in various cultures.
Clarifications:
e.g., celebratory, storytelling, social, spiritual
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.H.2.In.a: Identify similarities and differences of dance from various cultures and historical periods.
DA.68.H.2.Su.a: Recognize significant dances from various cultures and historical periods.
DA.68.H.2.Pa.a: Recognize the origin or genre of selected dance performances.

DA.68.O.1.1: Compare characteristics of two dance forms.
Clarifications:
e.g., modern/jazz, ballet/Bharata Natyam, West African/Capoeira
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.O.1.In.a: Identify characteristics of a variety of dance forms.
DA.68.O.1.Su.a: Recognize a characteristic of a variety of dance forms.
DA.68.O.1.Pa.a: Recognize a characteristic of a dance form.

DA.68.O.1.2: Demonstrate, without prompting, procedures expected in class, rehearsal, and performance with independence.
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.O.1.In.b: Demonstrate specified procedures and audience etiquette.
DA.68.O.1.Su.b: Practice specified procedures and audience etiquette.
DA.68.O.1.Pa.b: Practice a specified element of audience etiquette at performances.

DA.68.O.1.3: Dissect a dance step or combination to reveal the underlying steps, positions, related steps, and possible variations.
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.O.1.In.c: Investigate the positions, initiations, and movements within a given step.
DA.68.O.1.Su.c: Identify the elements of dance in planned and improvised dance pieces to show awareness of structure.
DA.68.O.1.Pa.c: Imitate a movement sequence based on the elements of dance.

DA.68.O.2.1: Create a dance phrase and revise one or more elements to add interest and diversity to the piece.
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.O.2.In.a: Revise one or more elements of a dance phrase to add interest and diversity.
DA.68.O.2.Su.a: Re-create a dance phrase.
DA.68.O.2.Pa.a: Identify preferred dance examples.

DA.68.S.1.1: Explore dance phrases to investigate choreographic principles and structures.
Clarifications:
e.g., sequence, unity, contrast, variety, repetition, transitions, climax/resolution
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.S.1.In.a: Imitate dance phrases to investigate choreographic principles and structures.
DA.68.S.1.Su.a: Imitate dance phrases to investigate choreographic principles.
DA.68.S.1.Pa.a: Imitate movement sequences to investigate choreographic principles.

DA.68.S.1.2: Experiment with improvisational exercises to develop creative risk-taking capacities.
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.S.1.In.a: Imitate dance phrases to investigate choreographic principles and structures.
DA.68.S.1.Su.a: Imitate dance phrases to investigate choreographic principles.
DA.68.S.1.Pa.a: Imitate movement sequences to investigate choreographic principles.

DA.68.S.1.3: Analyze the possibilities and limitations of the body through short dance sequences.
Clarifications:
e.g., developmental level, safe transitions, jump height, physical safety, speed, anatomical function (knee: hinge joint; hip: ball joint)
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.S.1.In.a: Imitate dance phrases to investigate choreographic principles and structures.
DA.68.S.1.Su.a: Imitate dance phrases to investigate choreographic principles.
DA.68.S.1.Pa.a: Imitate movement sequences to investigate choreographic principles.

DA.68.S.2.1: Sustain focused attention, respect, and discipline during classes and performances.
Related Access Points
Name Description
DA.68.S.2.In.a: Display attention, cooperation, and focus during class and performance.
DA.68.S.2.Su.a: Demonstrate focus and concentration while listening to instructions and observing others’ movement.
DA.68.S.2.Pa.a: Re-create a variety of movements related to dance.

ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1: English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.



General Course Information and Notes

VERSION DESCRIPTION

Access Courses: Access courses are intended only for students with a significant cognitive disability. Access courses are designed to provide students with access to the general curriculum. Access points reflect increasing levels of complexity and depth of knowledge aligned with grade-level expectations. The access points included in access courses are intentionally designed to foster high expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities.



Access points in the subject areas of science, social studies, art, dance, physical education, theatre, and health provide tiered access to the general curriculum through three levels of access points (Participatory, Supported, and Independent). Access points in English language arts and mathematics do not contain these tiers, but contain Essential Understandings (or EUs). EUs consist of skills at varying levels of complexity and are a resource when planning for instruction.


GENERAL NOTES

English Language Development (ELD) Standards Special Notes Section:

Teachers are required to provide listening, speaking, reading and writing instruction that allows English language learners (ELL) to communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.   For the given level of English language proficiency and with visual, graphic, or interactive support, students will interact with grade level words, expressions, sentences and discourse to process or produce language necessary for academic success. The ELD standard should specify a relevant content area concept or topic of study chosen by curriculum developers and teachers which maximizes an ELL’s need for communication and social skills. To access an ELL supporting document which delineates performance definitions and descriptors, please click on the following link: https://cpalmsmediaprod.blob.core.windows.net/uploads/docs/standards/eld/si.pdf.


General Information

Course Number: 7801010 Course Path: Section: Exceptional Student Education > Grade Group: Middle/Junior High > Subject: Academics - Subject Areas >
Abbreviated Title: ACCESS V/P ARTS: 6-8
Course Attributes:
  • Class Size Core Required
  • Florida Standards Course
Course Status: Course Approved
Grade Level(s): 6,7,8



Educator Certifications

Art Education (Secondary Grades 7-12)
Art (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)
Music (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)
Drama (Grades 6-12)
Exceptional Student Education (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)
Emotionally Handicapped (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)
Mentally Handicapped (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)
Varying Exceptionalities (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)
Specific Learning Disabilities (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)
English (Grades 6-12)
Middle Grades English (Middle Grades 5-9)
Speech (Grades 6-12)
Instrumental Music (Secondary Grades 7-12)
Instrumental Music (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)
Dance (Elementary and Secondary Grades K-12)


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