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Learning resources brought to you by Tucson Unified's Curriculum and Instruction

We've provided a rich selection of free, fun online learning sources in English language arts (ELA), math, science, and visual arts to supplement your learning. These are organized by grade level. Click the grade level for your child to get started!

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This page contains a "menu" of lessons and activities for this week. You will find the objectives: the specific skills that you work on. Then you will find a selection of lessons and activities which help you practice and master those skills. If you run into technical issues or other difficulties with any of these, simply move on and choose another.

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Drama - Week Six

CREATE

1 - Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work

2 - organize and develop artistic ideas and work

3 - Refine and complete artistic work

PERFORM

4- Select, analyze, and interpret work for performance

5 - Develop and refine artistic work for presentation

6 - Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work

RESPOND

7- Perceive and analyze artistic work

8 - interpret intent and meaning in artistic work

9 - Apply criteria to evaluate artistic work

CONNECT

10- Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art

11- Relate artistic ideas and work with societal, cultural, and historical content to deepen understanding

Create:

Study the famous painting Luncheon of the Boating Party by Renoir. Choose one of the people in it that you find interesting. Give them a background story (where they are from, how they grew up, what their interests are, etc.) and write about what brought them to the boating party. How do they feel about the others? Do they enjoy this event? (The painting depicts real people, but ignore that fact for now and make up your own story!)

Perform:

Play the Improv game One Word Story. Call a friend, or conference call several. (You can also use Facebook or Zoom if available).

Decide on an order, then take turns saying one word each until you have a whole story. Be sure to listen and build onto the story rather than try to force your own idea or simply be funny.

To take the game further, you could record your session and write a story or short play based on the story you told.

Respond:

Become a theatre critic! Every Friday, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s YouTube channel, The Shows Must Go On, posts a new play, available for 48 hours. Watch this weekend’s play and write a review of the show. Try to address every aspect: the story, the acting and direction, the lighting, music, costumes, props, set

Connect:

Imagine you are a history teacher 10 years from now. Create a lecture about this period in time. How will history look upon it? How does it compare to other pandemics throughout history? What technology might we have in 10 years that we don’t have now that could have made a big difference? How did it end (or did it end at all)?

To take it further, you could create an assignment that you would have your students do around the topic

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