COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS DRAMA/THEATRE PLAY PRODUCTION SCOPE AND SEQUENCE/TIMELINE

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1 FIRST GRADING PERIOD COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS DRAMA/THEATRE PLAY PRODUCTION SCOPE AND SEQUENCE/TIMELINE WEEK THEME STANDARD BENCHMARK COURSE LEVEL INDICATORS 1 Introduction to Play Production: What is Technical Theatre? 2 Introduction to Play Production: Technical Theatre its purpose 2-3 Introduction to Play Production: Role of Technical Theatre Valuing the Arts/Aesthetic Reflection A: Incorporate specialized theatrical terminology accurately consistently in analyzing responding to theatrical experience. B: Indicate the artistic techniques used in planning performing theatric al work. A: Define ones responses to a theatre event based on ones theatre philosophy. CLI 1: Define terminology used in technical CLI 3: Define identify tools, techniques resources used in. CLI 1: Determine how technical device or convention can be used to communicate an author/ playwright's intent. CLI 1: Explain the role of in one s school, community, city, state, nation world. CLI 2: Define the major philosophies of design style: Romanticism, Naturalism, Constructivism, Realism, Minimalism, Expressionism, Pre- Modernism, Modernism, ARTS Drama/Theatre Play Production page 1 of 12 August 2009

2 4 Role of Technical Theatre Technical Needs of a Production Role of Technical Theatre Historical, Cultural, Social Context A: Determine the authenticity effectiveness of theatric al work or experience in terms of style, time period, culture, theatre heritage. B: Effectively use technology /or resources to mount a performance. physical, social psychological dimensions of a design create a functional, multidimensional execution of that B: Effectively use technology /or resources to mount a performance. Post- Modernism, Symbolism, Epic Theatre, Theatricalism, Total Theatre, Theatre of the Absurd. CLI 1: Compare the elements of design for different time periods. CLI 1: Define the roles responsibilities within technical CLI 2: Analyze record all requirements elements within a script. CLI 2: Determine the costs for props, scenery, costumes royalties for a theatrical production. ARTS 5 Role of Technical Valuing the A: Defend one s CLI 1: Explain the role of Theatre Arts/Aesthetic response to a is Reflection one's school, theatrical event community, city, based on one's state, nation, Drama/Theatre Play Production page 2 of 12 August 2009

3 Artistic Concept personal philosophies of physical, social, psychological dimensions of a design create a functional, multidimensional execution of that world. CLI 1: Define artistic concept how unifying artist visions connect all elements of technical theatre to form a single vision of a show/dramatic event. ARTS Reading : Informational, Technical, Persuasive Text D: Explain analyze how an author appeals to an audience develops an argument or viewpoint in text. 5-8 Scenery Design & Set Construction Script to Stage Project A: Incorporate specialized theatrical terminology accurately consistently in analyzing responding to a theatrical experience. physical, social psychological dimensions of a design create a functional, multidimensional execution of that B: Effectively use technology /or resources to mount a CLI 2: Use accurate terminology in activities. CLI 3: Utilize a script playwright's intent to develop an artistic concept. CLI 4: Explore how color changes impacts the psychological physical dimensions of the performance space. CLI 5: Use basic drafting skills to create a physical environment for a play. CLI 3: Define apply the elements of composition create an effective Drama/Theatre Play Production page 3 of 12 August 2009

4 8-9 Design Presentation 10 Portfolio performance. C: Using historical, cultural, symbolic information, create an imaginative complex design that conveys meaning to an audience. theatrical work using appropriate D: Engage in activities that lead to continued involvement in stage CLI 4: Use technical elements safely to focus attention, establish mood, locale time to support the plot of the script or dramatic event. CLI 1: Research the historical, cultural, symbolic aspects of a one act play or theatrical event create an original CLI 4: Evaluate how enhances the intent of the playwright. CLI 5: Evaluate how sts on its own as an independent art CLI 1: Create a personal drama/theatre portfolio resume including works completed works in progress. ARTS Reading : features structures of documents critique them for their effectiveness. History A: Explain patterns of historical continuity change by challenging arguments of historical inevitability. Drama/Theatre Play Production page 4 of 12 August 2009

5 SECOND GRADING PERIOD COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS DRAMA/THEATRE PLAY PRODUCTION SCOPE AND SEQUENCE/TIMELINE WEEK THEME STANDARD BENCHMARK COURSE LEVEL INDICATORS 1-2 Historical Cultural Impact on Design 3 Historical Cultural Impact on Design 4 Cultural Impact Diversity Historical, Cultural Social Contexts Valuing the Arts/Aesthetic Reflection A: Determine the authenticity effectiveness of theatrical work or experience in terms of style, time period, culture, theatre heritage. C: Explain how theatres are an index to social values accomplishments of civilization. B: Respect diverse opinions regarding theatre preferences. CLI 3: Describe the connection between style form. CLI 4: Describe various periods of design history the impact on modern CLI 5: Analyze the cultural, social, political ad technological influences on an artist their choices. CLI 2: Discuss how the use of color, design symbols used in a theatrical design convey information about social values civilizations. CLI 3: Describe how theatrical design reflects the social values, characters time period of the play. CLI 1: Identify cultural factors that generate diverse opinions about visual/. CLI 2: Explore how diverse opinions, philosophies personalities within ARTS Reading E. Analyze the use of a genre to express a theme or topic. Reading D: Identify similar recurring themes across different works. History A: Explain patterns of historical continuity change by challenging arguments of historical inevitability. Geography C: Analyze the patterns processes of movement of people. products ideas Geography cultural, physical, economic political characteristics that define regions describe reasons that regions change over time. Drama/Theatre Play Production page 5 of 12 August 2009

6 Stage Lighting Sound Public Relations Terms Tools Stage Lighting Sound Public Relations A: Incorporate specialized theatrical terminology accurately consistently in analyzing responding to theatrical experiences. physical, social psychological dimensions of a design create a functional, multidimensional execution of that design. physical, social psychological dimensions of a design create a functional, multidimensional execution of that B: Effectively use technology (lights, sound, makeup, advertising, set) work together to create the unifying artistic concept. CLI 1: Define terminology used in technical CLI 3: Define identify tools, techniques resources used in. CLI 1: Define artistic concept how unifying artist visions connect all elements of technical theatre to form a single vision of a show/dramatic event. CLI 3: Utilize a script playwright's intent to develop an artistic concept. CLI 4: Explore how color changes impacts the psychological physical dimensions of the performance space. CLI 5: Use basic drafting skills to create a physical environment for a play. CLI 3: Define apply the elements of ARTS Drama/Theatre Play Production page 6 of 12 August 2009

7 6-8 Stage Lighting Sound Public Relations 8 Stage Lighting Sound Public Relations 9 Portfolio /or resources to mount a performance. C: Using historical, cultural, symbolic information, create an imaginative complex design that conveys meaning to an audience. theatrical work using appropriate D: Engage in activities that lead to continued involvement in composition create an effective stage design CLI 4: Use technical elements safely to focus attention, establish mood, locale time to support the plot of the script or dramatic event. CLI 1: Research the historical, cultural, symbolic aspects of a one act play or theatrical event create an original CLI 4: Evaluate how enhances the intent of the playwright. CLI 5: Evaluate how sts on its own as an independent art. CLI 1: Create a personal drama/theatre portfolio resume including works completed works in progress. ARTS Drama/Theatre Play Production page 7 of 12 August 2009

8 THIRD GRADING PERIOD COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS DRAMA/THEATRE PLAY PRODUCTION SCOPE AND SEQUENCE/TIMELINE WEEK THEME STANDARD BENCHMARK COURSE LEVEL INDICATORS 1 Contemporary Design Future of Design 2 Traditional versus Non-Traditional 3 Culture Values Historical, Cultural Social Contexts 4 Co-curricular B: Discuss the place of a theatrical designer s body of work in drama/theatre history. theatrical works using appropriate C: Explain how the arts are an index to social values accomplishments of a civilization. B: Synthesize the relationship between concepts skills used in CLI 1: Research a contemporary designer s body of work speculate on the artist s potential place in theatre heritage. CLI 1: Compare a traditional interpretation design of a theatrical event with a nontraditional CLI 2: Evaluate variations of universal themes across different time periods cultures. CLI 1: Explain demonstrate the impact of theatrical design on social values social values on theatrical CLI 4: Compare the same show designed produced in different social, political, cultural environments. CLI 1: Integrate other concepts/skills/ activities from another curricular subject in the ARTS Reading D: Identify similar recurring themes across different works. Drama/Theatre Play Production page 8 of 12 August 2009

9 Evaluation 5-8 Costumes Make-up theatrical design with other curricular subjects. theatrical works using appropriate physical, social psychological dimensions of a design create a functional, multidimensional execution of that execution of a theatrical CLI 3: Define the following means of theatrical evaluation: Oscar Awards, Tony Awards. CLI 3: Utilize a script playwright s intent to develop an artistic concept. CLI 4: Explore how color changes impacts the psychological physical dimensions of the performance space. CLI 5: Use basic drafting skills to create a physical environment for a play. ARTS Writing E: Apply tools to judge the quality of writing. B: Effectively use technology /or resources to mount a performance. CLI 3: Define apply the elements of composition create an effective stage CLI 4: Use technical elements safely to focus attention, establish mood, locale time to support the plot of the script or dramatic event. Drama/Theatre Play Production page 9 of 12 August 2009

10 Costumes Make-up 9 Costumes Make-up Design Presentation Costumes Make-up Portfolio Self-evaluation C: Using historical, cultural, symbolic information, create an imaginative complex design that conveys meaning to an audience. A: Synthesize knowledge of the arts through participation in the creation of a theatrical design, work or experience. theatrical work using appropriate D: Engage in activities that lead to continued involvement in theatric al works using appropriate CLI 1: Research the historical, cultural, symbolic aspects of a one act play or theatrical event create an original CLI 2: Demonstrate the integration of several arts media in a presentation. CLI 4: Evaluate how enhances the intent of the playwright. CLI 5: Evaluate how sts on its own as an independent art. CLI 1: Create a personal drama/theatre portfolio resume including works completed works in progress. CLI 6: Use self-evaluation strategies audience response to improve theatrical works experiences. ARTS Drama/Theatre Play Production page 10 of 12 August 2009

11 FOURTH GRADING PERIOD COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS DRAMA/THEATRE PLAY PRODUCTION SCOPE AND SEQUENCE/TIMELINE WEEK THEME STANDARD BENCHMARK COURSE LEVEL INDICATORS 1 The Big Picture Historical, Cultural Social Context 2 The Big Picture Valuing the Arts/Aesthetic Reflection 3 Careers in Technical Theatre 4-7 End of Course Design Project A: Determine the authenticity effectiveness of a theatrical work or experience in terms of style, time period, culture, theatre heritage. A: Defend one s response to a theatric al event based one's personal philosophies of A: Synthesize knowledge of the arts through participation in the creation of a theatrical design, work or experience. D: Engage in activities that lead to continued involvement in B: Effectively use technology /or resources CLI 2: Use drama/theatre/ design heritage current design projects to explore philosophical, ethical religious issues their impact on performance the audience. CLI 3: Compare philosophies within different forms of : sound, lights, costumes, makeup, set, public relations, etc. CLI 1: Recognize the relationship between play production other art forms during specific historical periods. CLI 2: Investigate the level of skills, knowledge discipline required for career preparation in design/production. CLI 5: Apply technical knowledge skills to collaborate ARTS Reading A: Evaluate how features characteristics make information accessible usable how structures help authors achieve their purpose. Writing A: Formulate writing ideas identify a topic appropriate to the purpose audience. History A: Explain patterns of historical continuity change by challenging arguments of historical inevitability Drama/Theatre Play Production page 11 of 12 August 2009

12 Design 2: Set, Lights, Sound, Costumes, Make up, Public Relations 8 Design Presentation 9-10 Portfolio Portfolio Presentation to mount a performance. theatric al work using appropriate D: Engage in activities that lead to continued involvement in safely create costumes, make up, sound, functional scenery, properties, lighting, public relations advertising for a particular script. CLI 4: Evaluate how enhances the intent of the playwright. CLI 5: Evaluate how sts on its own as an independent art. CLI 1: Create a personal drama/theatre portfolio resume including works completed works in progress. ARTS Oral Visual D: Demonstrate an understing of effective speaking strategies by selecting appropriate language adjusting presentation techniques. G: Give presentation using a variety of delivery methods, visual displays technology. Drama/Theatre Play Production page 12 of 12 August 2009

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