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    CURRICULUM STANDARDS RELATING TO
    ART APPRECIATION


      Teachers and parents seeking the full range of curriculum standards which can be served by this film should carefully review the standards applicable to their state. The following is a base from which to start for the eleven most populous states. We have not included standards which apply to general concepts or to skills of analysis or performance.

    California Content Standards: History-Social Science:
    Grades 9-12 Proficient: 4.0: Aesthetic Valuing and 5.0: Connections, Relationships, Applications: 5.3 Visual Literacy; and Grades 9-12 Advanced: 4.0: Aesthetic Valuing and 5.0: Connections, Relationships, Applications: 5.2 Visual Literacy.

    Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Art: High School: 117.52, 117.53, 117.54 and 117.55: (c) (4): Response/Evaluation.

    New York Learning Standards: The Arts: Standard 3: Responding To and Analyzing Works of Art: Key Idea: Visual Arts: Intermediate and Commencement; Standard 4: Understanding The Cultural Dimensions and Contributions of The Arts: Key Idea: Visual Arts: Intermediate and Commencement.

    Florida Sunshine State Standards: Grades 6-8: Visual Arts: Cultural and Historical Connections: VA.C.1.3; Aesthetic and Critical Analysis: VA.D.1.3.; Grades 9-12: Visual Arts: Cultural and Historical Connections: VA.C.1.4; Aesthetic and Critical Analysis: VA.D.1.4.

    Illinois Learning Standards: Fine Arts: Goal 25: Language of the Arts: Middle/Junior High School: 25.A.3d and 25.A.3e; High School: 25.A.4 and 25.A.5; Goal 27: Arts and Civilization: Middle/Junior High School: 27.B.3; High School: 27.B.4a, 27.B.4b, and 27.B.5.

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards: Arts and Humanities: Standard 9.2: Historical and Cultural Contexts: Through Grade 8: 9.2.8; Through Grade 12: 9.2.12; Standard 9.4: Aesthetic Response: Through Grade 8: 9.4.8; Through Grade 12: 9.4.12.

    Ohio Academic Content Standards: Fine Arts: Visual Arts: Benchmark A: Grade 10: 1; Grade 11: 1; Grade 12: 1.

    Michigan Curriculum Framework: Content Standards and Benchmarks: Middle School: Visual Arts: Content Standards 3 and 4: High School: Visual Arts: Content Standards 3 and 4.

    New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards: Visual and Performing Arts: Grades 7-8: Standard 1.1: Aesthetics and Standard 1.5: World Cultures, History and Society; Grades 9-12: Standard 1.1: Aesthetics and Standard 1.5: World Cultures, History and Society;.

    Georgia Performance Standards: No standards found.

    North Carolina Standard Course of Study: Visual Arts: Grade 8: Competency Goals 5 and 6; Grades 9-12: Visual Arts I, II, III, IV and All Other Electives: Competency Goals 5 and 6.


    Last updated November 19, 2008.




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