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PK: 
a. With prompting and support, identify preferences in dramatic play. b. Use pictures to make connections between oneself and a character.
K: 
a. With prompting and support, identify preferences in dramatic play. b. Use pictures to make connections between oneself and a character.
1: 
a. Explain preferences and emotions in a guided drama experience. b. Explain how personal emotions and choices relate to characters.
2: 
a. Consider multiple personal experiences when participating in or observing a guided drama experience. b. Suggest similarities between the emotions of real people and those of characters in a story.
3: 
a. Explain how personal preferences and emotions affect an observer. b. Examine how connections are made between oneself and the emotions of a character.
4: 
a. Compare and contrast multiple personal experiences when participating in or observing a drama or theatre work. b. identify and discuss physical changes connected to the emotions of a character.
5: 
a. Connect personal experiences to theatre as a participant or observer. b. Investigate the effects of emotions on posture, gesture, breathing, and vocal intonation.
6: 
a. Identify the relationship between artistic choices and personal experience. b. Identify personal aesthetic through participation in or observation of a drama or theatre work.
7: 
a. Explain how artists make choices based on personal experience. b. Evaluate how personal aesthetics can be used to discuss a theatrical experience.
8: 
a. Recognize and share artistic choices when participating in or observing a drama or theatre work. b. Apply personal aesthetics to evaluate a drama or theatre work.
HS Proficient: 
a. Analyze the influences of personal experiences in theatrical work. b. Justify personal aesthetics through theatrical experience.
HS Accomplished: 
a. Provide evidence to support an interpretation of artistic choices. b. Debate and distinguish multiple aesthetics through theatrical experience.
HS Advanced: 
a. Use detailed supporting evidence and appropriate criteria to revise personal work and interpret the work of others. b. Gather evidence and explain aesthetics to create a context for critical research that informs artistic decisions.