California Standards in
Performance Arts (VAPA) Integrated By Request :
Artistic perception: students participate in
theater terms such as parts of the stage, character, script,
improvisation, beginning, middle, end, story plot, real vs. fantasy
and the five Ws. Also, using props from the cultures of the
stories. Creative expression: students act in Story Theater,
theater movement and games and create characters in gesture, voice
and emotion. Historical context: multicultural tales
are told and origins discussed; students also act out specific
times in California or American history. Aesthetic valuing:
discussions after performances of stories: how students respond and
feel, comparing genres, lessons in tales and audience member
participation. Connecting relationships: students perform
tales in Story Theater: role playing, teamwork, socialization and
act out other subjects, like history and English.
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