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
untitled: The student knows the basic elements of theatre.
The students identifies the structural parts of a script in texts and performances.
The student labels the five basic structural parts of a script.
The student orally explains the five parts of the plot line from a selection.
The student uses place, time, and atmosphere to create an environment that reveals a specific psychological state (tension, suspense).
The student creates characters and actions that communicate the theme of the script.
untitled: The student constructs and refines original scripts.
The student improvises a story that is based on personal experience and heritage while effectively applying the basic elements of theatre.
The student improvises a story that is based on imagination while effectively applying the basic elements of theatre.
The student improvises a story that is based on literature, cultures, or history while effectively applying the basic elements of theatre.
The student constructs and refines scripts based on a short story or fable that communicate meaning to an audience.
untitled: The student works alone and collaboratively with a peer or group to write and revise a script.
The student collaborates with a peer to write works focusing on conflict/resolution that include revision.
The student collaborates with a group to write works that deal with multiple viewpoints and include revision.
The student writes and revises a monologue that accurately incorporates the basic elements of theatre.
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