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THINKING SKILLS: INTEGRATING LIBRARY RESOURCES WITH LEARNING OBJECTIVES 
Keeley Library  May 4, 2000
Technical Theater 
I and II
COURSE: 56504
Technical Theater I and II
STANDARD
NUMBER
CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE
OBJECTIVES
Keeley Library Resources : Click on the Internet Links in the First Column on the Left.
  • Drama Topic Guide

  • Design Team Product Development
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

    4.11

    4.12

    4.16

    9
     

     

    CONTENT: 
    Students wil participate as member of a technical crew or management team for a mainstage production.
    Students will conduct research to inform the design of sets, costumes, sound and lighting for a dramatic production. 
    Students will create and implement a major design element for a mainstage production.
    Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists have used matrials, inventions and technologies in the past
    PERFORMANCE:
    Students will participate as member of a technical crew or management team. for a mainstage production.
  • Drama Topic Guide
  • Preparing for Discussions, Debates, Persuasive  Essays
  • Biography Topic Guide

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    5.13

    6.5

     

    CONTENT: 
    Students will use group generated criteria to assess their own work and the work of others
    Students will interpret the meanings of artistic works, based on evidence from artists biographies, autobiographies, or videotaped or written interviews.
    PERFORMANCE:
    Students will demonstrate their knowledge....through class discussion

    Music topic guide

    Online Periodicals Database for articles on technology and arts, etc:
     

    Drama Topic Guide
    Design Team Product Development

     

    4.14

    4.19
     

    9.5
     
     

     

    CONTENT: 
    Students will Compose music in several distinct styles, using the elements of music for expressive effect.
    Students will compose and arrange music, demonstrating imagination and technical skill in applying the principles of composition.
    Students will identify and describe examples of how technological  development in one artistic domain can influence work in another artistic domain.
    PERFORMANCE:
    Students will compose and arrange music (by working collaboratively in small groups) They will produce these  compositions and perform them for the class.

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