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PK: 
a. With prompting and support, answer questions in dramatic play. b. With prompting and support, participate in using sounds and movements in dramatic play. c. With prompting and support, use a single object in multiple representations in dramatic play.
K: 
a. With prompting and support, ask and answer questions in dramatic play. b. With prompting and support, participate in using sounds ad movements in dramatic play. c. With prompting and support, use a single object in multiple representations in dramatic play.
1: 
a. Contribute to the adaptation of the plot in a guided drama experience. b. Identify similarities and differences in sounds and movements in a guided drama experience. c. Collaborate to imagine multiple representations of a single object in a guided drama experience.
2: 
a. Contribute to the adaptation of dialogue. b. Use and adapt sounds and movements in a guided drama experience.  c. Independently generate multiple representations of a single object.
3: 
a. Collaborate with peers to revise, refine, and adapt ideas to fit the given circumstances. b. Contribute to physical and vocal exploration in an improvised or scripted drama or theatre work. c. Refine object transformation to support an improvised or scripted drama or theatre work.
4: 
a. Revise and improve an improvised or scripted drama or theatre work through repetition and collaborative review. b. Develop physical and vocal exercise techniques for an improvised or scripted drama or theatre work. c. Collaborate on solutions to design and technical problems.
5: 
a. Revise an improvised or scripted drama or theatre work through repetition and self-review. b. Use physical and vocal exploration for character development. c. Create innovative solutions for design and technical problems.
6: 
a. Articulate and examine choices to refine a devised or scripted drama or theatre work. b. Identify effective physical and vocal traits of characters. c. Expand a planned technical design during the rehearsal process.
7: 
a. Demonstrate focus and concentration in the rehearsal process. b. Develop effective physical and vocal traits of characters. c. Consider multiple planned technical design elements during the rehearsal process.
8: 
a. Use repetition and analysis in order to revise a devised or scripted drama or theatre work. b. Refine physical, vocal, and physiological traits of characters. c. Implement and refine a planned technical design, using simple technology during the rehearsal process.
HS Proficient: 
a. Use theatrical conventions to revise a devised or scripted drama or theatre work. b. Use physical and vocal choices to develop a performance that is believable, authentic, and relevant. c. Refine technical design choices to support the story of a devised or scripted drama or theatre work.
HS Accomplished: 
a. Analyze the dramatic concept and technical design elements of a devised or scripted drama or theatre work. b. Use research and script analysis to revise physical and vocal choices impacting the believability and relevance of a drama or theatre work. c. Revise technical design choices during a rehearsal process to enhance the story and emotional impact of a devised or scripted work.
HS Advanced: 
a. Refinethe style, genre, form, and theatrical conventions of a devised or scripted work. b. Synthesize research, script analysis, and context to create a performance that is believable, authentic, and relevant. c. Apply technical proficiency to support the story and emotional effect of a devised or scripted drama or theatre work.