• Marching and Concert Band Grades 7 - 12
     
    9.1.12.A: 

    Know and use the elements and principles of each art form to create works in the arts and humanities.

     
     
    9.1.12.B: 

    Recognize, know, use and demonstrate a variety of appropriate arts elements and principles to produce, review and revise original works in the arts.

     
     
    9.1.12.C: Integrate and apply advanced vocabulary to the arts forms.
     
    9.1.12.D: Demonstrate specific styles in combination through the production or performance of a unique work of art
     
    9.1.12.F: Analyze works of arts influenced by experiences or historical and cultural events through production, performance or exhibition. 
     
    9.1.12.G: Analyze the effect of rehearsal and practice sessions.
     
    9.1.12.H: 

    Incorporate the effective and safe use of materials, equipment and tools into the production of works in the arts at work and performance spaces.

    • Evaluate the use and applications of materials.
    • Evaluate issues of cleanliness related to the arts.
    • Evaluate the use and applications of mechanical/electrical equipment.
    • Evaluate differences among selected physical space/environment.
    • Evaluate the use and applications of safe props/stage equipment.
    • Evaluate the use and apply safe methods for storing materials in the arts.
     
     9.2.12.A: Explain the historical, cultural and social context of an individual work in the arts.
     
    9.2.12.B: Relate works in the arts chronologically to historical events 
     
    9.2.12.F: Know and apply appropriate vocabulary used between social studies and the arts and humanities.
     
    9.2.12.H: Identify, describe and analyze the work of Pennsylvania Artists in dance, music, theatre and visual arts.
     
    9.2.12.I: Identify, explain and analyze philosophical beliefs as they relate to works in the arts.
     
    9.2.12.L: 

    Identify, explain and analyze common themes, forms and techniques from works in the arts.

     
     
     
    9.3.12.A: 

    Explain and apply the critical examination processes of works in the arts and humanities.

    • Compare and contrast
    • Analyze
    • Interpret
    • Form and test hypotheses
    • Evaluate/form judgments
     
    9.3.12.B: 

    Determine and apply criteria to a person’s work and works of others in the arts

     
    9.3.12.C: Apply systems of classification for interpreting works in the arts and forming a critical response. 
     
    9.3.12.D: Analyze and interpret works in the arts and humanities from different societies using culturally specific vocabulary of critical response.
     
    9.3.12.E: 

    Examine and evaluate various types of critical analysis of works in the arts and humanities.

    • Contextual criticism
    • Formal criticism
    • Intuitive criticism
     
    9.3.12.F: Analyze the processes of criticism used to compare the meanings of a work in the arts in both its own and present time.
     
    9.3.12.G: Analyze works in the arts by referencing the judgments advanced by arts critics as well as one’s own analysis and critique.
      
     
    9.4.12.A: Evaluate an individual’s philosophical statement on a work in the arts and its relationship to one’s own life based on knowledge and experience.
     
    9.4.12.B: 

    Describe and analyze the effects that works in the arts have on groups, individuals and the culture.

     
    9.4.12.C: 

    Compare and contrast the attributes of various audiences’ environments as they influence individual aesthetic response