Arts Education

Visual Arts, Elements of Arts Literacy

Description:  This one credit course, proficient level, explores beginning theatre. Creating, performing, responding and connecting drive critical thinking, meaning, reflection, production and assessment to understand how theatre communicates ideas and allows for self-expression. Students will study, write, and/or perform scenes and monologues. Students will also be introduced to basic history of theater and technical theatre.

 

Theatre, Elements of Arts Literacy

Description:  This one credit course, proficient level, explores beginning theatre. Creating, performing, responding and connecting drive critical thinking, meaning, reflection, production and assessment to understand how theatre communicates ideas and allows for self-expression. Students will study, write, and/or perform scenes and monologues. Students will also be introduced to basic history of theater and technical theatre.

 

Music, Elements of Arts Literacy

Description:  This one credit course, proficient level, explores beginning theatre. Creating, performing, responding and connecting drive critical thinking, meaning, reflection, production and assessment to understand how theatre communicates ideas and allows for self-expression. Students will study, write, and/or perform scenes and monologues. Students will also be introduced to basic history of theater and technical theatre.

 

Dance, Elements of Arts Literacy

Description:  This one credit course, proficient level, explores beginning theatre. Creating, performing, responding and connecting drive critical thinking, meaning, reflection, production and assessment to understand how theatre communicates ideas and allows for self-expression. Students will study, write, and/or perform scenes and monologues. Students will also be introduced to basic history of theater and technical theatre.

 

Introduction to Theatre I

Description:  This one credit course, proficient level, explores beginning theatre. Creating, performing, responding and connecting drive critical thinking, meaning, reflection, production and assessment to understand how theatre communicates ideas and allows for self-expression. Students will study, write, and/or perform scenes and monologues. Students will also be introduced to basic history of theater and technical theatre.

 

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