MEETING STATE STANDARDS


MOCA CLEVELAND'S EXHIBITIONS COMPLEMENT CONTENT STATEMENTS.
For each exhibition, MOCA Cleveland educators identify the visual art content statements directly addressed by the art on view. Relevant interdisciplinary links are also highlighted. 
 
Selected content statements, satisfied by guided-tours, are listed below. 
Grade Level: KINDERGARTEN


PERCEIVING + KNOWING
Name and point out subject matter and details observed in works of art.
Describe different ways that an artwork expresses an emotion or mood.
Identify and name materials used in visual art.

RESPONDING + REFLECTING
Connect their personal experiences to what they see in works of art.
Recognize and point out the similarities and differences between artistic styles.
Recognize that people have different opinions and responses to works of art. 
Grade Level: 4

PERCEIVING + KNOWING
Notice and describe different visual effects resulting from artmaking techniques.
Use sensory details and descriptive language to identify and describe universal themes, subject matter and ideas expressed across the arts disciplines.
Identify and name the sources for artmaking ideas (e.g., self, environment and other people)
 
RESPONDING + REFLECTING
Develop and share their ideas, beliefs and values about art.
Generate criteria for discussing and assessing works of art.
Refer to criteria and use art vocabulary when discussing and judging the quality of artworks.
Grade Level: HIGH SCHOOL, Accelerated

PERCEIVING + KNOWING
Analyze and explain the factors that influence artworks.
Explain how individual artists impact cultural developments.
Investigate the influence of technology on visual art and its effects on their own works.
 
RESPONDING + REFLECTING
Apply art criticism methods and inquiry skills to interpret visual images produced by new media and media arts.
Respond to critical questions about the meaning and influence of new media imagery in our culture.
Explain how a response to a work of art is affected by the context in which it is viewed.