Section 2 Developed by CCSESA Region 2 and

Section 2 Developed by CCSESA Region 2 and

Section 2 Developed by CCSESA Region 2 and The Music Center Norms ENJOY and make the most of this time Be CURIOUS and CREATIVE Feel COMFORTABLE to ask questions

Be a TENACIOUS learner Be Present -Please place technology in BUSINESS mode 2 Section 2: VAPA and Literacy Standards Leadership and Teacher Training Outcome: Become familiar with, or review the Visual and Performing Arts Framework and Common Core

ELA Standards Visual and Performing Arts Framework VAPA California State Framework VAPA Strands

VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS CONTENT STANDARDS for CALIFORNIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS Pre-Kindergarten through Grade Twelve Content Standards in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts were adopted by the State Board of Education in January 2001. The standards guide school districts in developing comprehensive arts education programs at each grade level. ARTS CONTENT STANDARDS COMPONENT STRANDS Component Strand 1: ARTISTIC PERCEPTION Processing, analyzing, and responding to sensory information through language and skills unique to each of the arts Component Strand 2: CREATIVE EXPRESSION

Creating, performing, and participating in each of the arts Component Strand 3: HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXT Understanding the historical contribution and cultural dimensions of each of the arts Component Strand 4: AESTHETIC VALUING Responding to, analyzing, and making judgments about works in each of the arts Component Strand 5: CONNECTIONS, RELATIONSHIPS AND APPLICATIONS Connecting and applying what is learned in each of the arts to the study of other art forms, subject areas, and careers Teacher Reflection

Looking at the Visual and Performing Arts Framework, what new knowledge encourages you to utilize the framework in designing future lessons or curriculum? The Arts are Texts In an age when literacy dominates public discourse on education, we must begin to think more broadly about what students read. Sure

the new Common Core State Standards support the reading and scrutiny of other forms of high-quality text. Works of art can, indeed should, be read in a very similar way to a poem by Shakespeare or a speech by Winston Churchill. Lynne Munson, President and Executive Director of Common Core -arts (Sept. 13, 2012)

1. What is going on in this picture? 2. What do you see that makes you say that? 3. What more can we find? 4. What do you wonder? According to David Coleman (An architect of the Common Core State Standards that are being adopted

in nearly all 50 states, and now the president of the College Board) The great news is that the standards call on so many things the arts do well. The tradition of careful observation, attention to evidence and artists choices, the love of taking an artists work seriously lies at the heart of these standards. http://blog.artsusa.org/2012/09/17/common-core-architect-adds

-to-blog-salon-discussion/#more-16907 Connections between DoK & VAPA Teacher Reflection What support do you need to feel more confident with integrating the arts?

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