Building Report Card
Dramatic Content and Theatrical Forms
History, Government, Economics, and Geography, Approved 2005
Mathematics, Approved 2003
Reading, Approved 2003
Science, Approved 2007
Writing, Approved 2004
Additional Content Areas
Theatre/Drama, Approved 2004
Scripts:The student knows the basic elements of a story.
The student identifies the beginning, middle, and end of a story.
The student sequences events according to basic story structures of beginning, middle, and end.
The student identifies the conflict and resolution of a story.
The student distinguishes conflict from resolution.
The student analyzes theatrical works to identify parts of the plot.
Scripts: The student knows how to improvise dialogue to tell stories.
The student improvises dialogue while role-playing a character in an imaginary or real-life situation.
The student creates dialogue while role playing a character from children’s literature or literary genre such as folk or fairytale.
The student creates a dialogue based on the theme or lyrics from another art form such as a song or poem.
The student demonstrates a complete story through improvisational acting.
Scripts: The student knows how to use improvisation to create dialogue for a script.
The student improvises dialogue by role playing characters from various literary genres.
The student dialogues based on a song or poem.
The student improvises dialogue based on real-life situations.
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