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					Learn at the Gibbes!
K-12 Guided tours
General Tour
The foundation of the K-12 program, this one-hour tour provides an introduction to the Gibbes’ collections
and temporary exhibitions. Highlighting key themes found in the work on view, the tour can be customized
to focus on specific exhibitions, or a range of work that relate to in-school lessons.
Curriculum connections: Arts, Social Studies, and Language Arts.

                             South Carolina Visual Arts Standards
I. Understanding and Applying Media, Techniques, and Processes
Students will:
PreK–K              1–2                         3–5                 6–8                 9–12           9–12 Advanced
A. Begin to         A. Identify         A. Describe how different media, techniques, and processes evoke different
identify            differences         responses in the viewer of an artwork.
differences         among media,
among media,        techniques, and
techniques, and     processes used in
processes used in   the visual arts.
the visual arts.

II. Using Knowledge of Structures and Functions
Students will
PreK–K              1–2                        3–5                 6–8                 9–12           9–12 Advanced
A. Identify some    A. Identify         A. Describe, both    A. Analyze and     A. Identify and       A. Compare and
elements and        elements and        orally and in        describe, using    describe the          contrast the
principles of       principles of       writing, how the     the appropriate    interrelationships    structural
design in the       design that are     various elements     vocabulary, the    among the             organization of
visual arts.        found in nature     and principles of    composition of a   elements and          various artworks
                    and those that      design function      particular         principles of         and defend their
                    have been           to evoke different   artwork with       design that           interpretation.
                    created by human    responses in the     regard to the      communicate a
                    beings.             viewer of an         elements and       variety of artistic
                                        artwork.             principles of      perspectives and
                                                             design that it     purposes.
                                                             manifests.


                                                                                C. Evaluate the effectiveness of
                                                                                artworks in terms of structure and
                                                                                function.




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III. Choosing and Evaluating a Range of Subject Matter, Symbols, and Ideas
     Students wi


PreK–K           1–2                  3–5               6–8              9–12            9–12 Advanced
                                                                                   A. Analyze the origins of
                                                                                   specific images and ideas
                                                                                   and explain why these
                                                                                   elements are of value in their
                                                                                   own artworks and in those of
                                                                                   others.
B. Describe their personal        B. Evaluate    B. Analyze and        B. Use the appropriate art vocabulary
responses to various subjects,    how            describe the          and concepts to make and defend
symbols, and ideas in artworks.   particular     relationships among   aesthetic judgments about the validity of
                                  choices of     subjects, themes,     the source and content of their own
                                  subject        and symbols in        artworks and significant artworks of
                                  matter,        communicating         others.
                                  symbols, and   intended meaning
                                  ideas          through their own
                                  function to    artworks and in
                                  communicate    interpreting the
                                  meaning in     artworks of others.
                                  their own
                                  artworks and
                                  those of
                                  others.




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IV. Understanding the Visual Arts in Relation to History and Cultures
Students will:
PreK–K         1–2                      3–5                 6–8                 9–12            9–12 Advanced
A. Begin to      A. Identify specific artworks      A. Compare and         A. Describe       A. Analyze and
identify         and styles as belonging to         contrast the           how the           interpret artworks, as
specific         particular artists, cultures,      characteristics of     subject matter,   critics, historians, and
artworks and     periods, and places.               artworks from          symbols, and      artists, to determine
styles as                                           various cultures       ideas in          relationships among
belonging to                                        and historical         various           form, context, and
particular                                          periods.               artworks are      purposes.
artists,                                                                   related to
cultures,                                                                  history and
periods, and                                                               culture.
places.
B. Begin to      B. Identify a    B. Identify a     B. Compare and         B. Explain        B. Analyze, evaluate,
identify a       variety of       variety of        contrast a variety     how a variety     and interpret
variety of       artworks,        artworks,         of artworks,           of artworks,      characteristics of the
artworks,        artists, and     artists, and      artists, and visual    artists, and      visual arts that exist
artists, and     visual arts      visual arts       arts materials that    visual arts       across time and
visual arts      materials that   materials that    exist in South         materials         among diverse
materials that   exist in their   exist in South    Carolina.              represent and     cultural and ethnic
exist in their   community.       Carolina.                                reflect the       groups.
community.                                                                 history and
                                                                           culture of
                                                                           South
                                                                           Carolina.

                                  C. Describe       C. Analyze,            C. Describe the function and explore
                                  how history,      describe, and          the meaning of specific artworks from
                                  culture, and      demonstrate how        various cultures, periods, and regions of
                                  the visual arts   factors of time and    the world.
                                  can influence     place such as
                                  one another.      climate, resources,
                                                    ideas, and
                                                    technology
                                                    influence visual
                                                    characteristics that
                                                    give meaning and
                                                    value to a work of
                                                    art.




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V. Reflecting upon and Assessing the Merits of Their Work and the Work of Others
Students will:
PreK–K         1–2                   3–5                6–8               9–12           9–12 Advanced
A. Identify    A. Identify      A. Describe      A. Compare          A. Analyze the     A. Correlate viewer
some           various          how an           various of          intention of the   responses to
purposes for   purposes for     artist’s         purposes for        artist in a        artworks with
creating       creating         experiences      creating            particular         various artistic
artworks.      artworks.        can influence    artworks.           work and           techniques for
                                the                                  justify their      communicating
                                development                          interpretation     meanings, ideas, and
                                of his or her                        of that            intentions.
                                artworks.                            intention.
               B. Compare       B. Analyze       B. Use              B. Make            B. Use complex
               and contrast     their own        descriptive,        complex            descriptors and
               the expressive   artworks and     interpretive, and   descriptive,       analogies to explain
               qualities in     those of         evaluative          interpretive,      how visual and
               nature with      others and       statements to       and evaluative     tactile qualities are
               those found in   describe         make informed       judgments          perceived
               artworks.        improvements     aesthetic           about their        aesthetically.
                                that could be    judgments about     own artworks
                                made.            their own           and those of
                                                 artworks and        others.
                                                 those of others.
                                C. Distinguish   C. Analyze,         C. Formulate criteria for interpreting
                                between          interpret, and      and evaluating their own artworks and
                                personal         evaluate their      those of others
                                preference       visual
                                and the          preferences in
                                objective        their own
                                analysis of      artworks, in
                                artworks.        nature, and in
                                                 artworks from
                                                 various cultures
                                                 and historical
                                                 periods.




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VI. Making Connections between Visual Arts and Other Disciplines
Students will:
PreK–K         1–2                       3–5               6–8               9–12              9–12 Advanced
                  A. Distinguish    A. Compare        A. Compare        A. Compare        A. Compare concepts and
                  between           and contrast      the               the materials,    techniques in the visual
                  utilitarian and   characteristics   characteristics   technologies,     arts with those in other
                  non-utilitarian   of the visual     of works in       media, and        disciplines and express
                  art.              arts and other    two or more       processes of      the connections either
                                    arts              art forms that    the visual arts   orally, in writing, or in a
                                    disciplines.      have similar      with those of     work of art.
                                                      subject           other arts.
                                                      matter,
                                                      historical
                                                      periods, or
                                                      cultural
                                                      contexts.
B. Begin to       B. Identify       B. Identify       B. Compare        B. Compare and contrast issues and themes
identify          connections       connections       and contrast      in the visual arts with those in the
connections       between the       among the         concepts and      humanities or the sciences.
between the       visual arts and   visual arts,      subject matter
visual arts and   content areas     other arts        found in the
content areas     across the        disciplines,      visual arts
across the        curriculum.       and content       with those in
curriculum.                         areas across      other
                                    the               disciplines.
                                    curriculum.




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                South Carolina Social Studies Standards
                                  KINDERGARTEN

                Children as Citizens: An Introduction to Social Studies

Standard K-1:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the way families
                live and work together now and the way they lived and worked
                together in the past.
Standard K-3:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of key American
                figures and symbols.
Standard K-4:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of good citizenship.

                                   GRADE 1
                     Families Here and across the World

Standard 1-1:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of how individuals,
                families, and communities live and work together here and across the
                world.
Standard 1-2:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of home, school, and
                other settings across the world.

                                   GRADE 2
                   Communities Here and across the World

Standard 2-1:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of cultural
                contributions made by people from the various regions of the United
                States.
Standard 2-2:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the local community
                and the way it compares with other communities in the world.

                                   GRADE 3
                            South Carolina Studies

Standard 3-1:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of places and regions
                and the role of human systems in South Carolina.
Standard 3-2:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the exploration and
                settlement of South Carolina and the United States.
Standard 3-3:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the American
                Revolution and South Carolina’s role in the development of the new
                American nation.




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Standard 3-4:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the events that led to
                the Civil War, the course of the War and Reconstruction, and South
                Carolina’s role in these events.
Standard 3-5:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the major
                developments in South Carolina in the late nineteenth century and the
                twentieth century.

                                    GRADE 4
                          United States Studies to 1865

Standard 4-2:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the settlement of
                North America by Native Americans, Europeans, and African
                Americans and the interactions among these peoples.
Standard 4-3:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the conflict between
                the American colonies and England
Standard 4-5:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the westward
                movement and its impact on the institution of slavery.
Standard 4-6:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the Civil War and its
                impact on America.

                                    GRADE 5
                   United States Studies: 1865 to the Present

Standard 5-4:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the economic boom-
                and-bust in America in the 1920s and 1930s, its resultant political
                instability, and the subsequent worldwide response.
Standard 5-5:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the social,
                economic, and political events that influenced the United States during
                the Cold War era.


                                    GRADE 7
                 Contemporary Cultures: 1600 to the Present

Standard 7-3:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of political, social, and
                economic upheavals that occurred throughout the world during the age
                of revolution, from 1770 through 1848.
Standard 7-7:   The student will demonstrate an understanding of the significant
                political, economic, geographic, scientific, technological, and cultural
                changes and advancements that took place throughout the world from
                the beginning of the twentieth century to the present day.




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                                      GRADE 8
                      South Carolina: One of the United States

Standard 8-1:      The student will demonstrate an understanding of the settlement of
                   South Carolina and the United States by Native Americans,
                   Europeans, and Africans.
Standard 8-2:      The student will demonstrate an understanding of the American
                   Revolution—the beginnings of the new American nation and South
                   Carolina’s part in the development of that nation.
Standard 8-3:      The student will demonstrate an understanding of the American Civil
                   War—its causes and effects and the major events that occurred during
                   that time.
Standard 8-4:      The student will demonstrate an understanding of the impact of
                   Reconstruction on the people and government of South Carolina
Standard 8-5:      The student will demonstrate an understanding of major social,
                   political, and economic developments that took place in the United
                   States during the second half of the nineteenth century.
Standard 8-6:      The student will demonstrate an understanding of South Carolina’s
                   development during the early twentieth century.


                                  HIGH SCHOOL
                     United States History and the Constitution

Standard USHC-1:        The student will demonstrate an understanding of the settlement
                        of North America.

Standard USHC-2:        The student will demonstrate an understanding of the
                        establishment of the United States as a new nation.

Standard USHC-3:        The student will demonstrate an understanding of the westward
                        movement and the resulting regional conflicts that took place in
                        America in the nineteenth century.
Standard USHC-4:        The student will demonstrate an understanding of the causes and
                        the course of the Civil War and Reconstruction in America.
Standard USHC-5:        The student will demonstrate an understanding of major social,
                        political, and economic developments that took place in the
                        United States during the second half of the nineteenth century.
Standard USHC-7:        The student will demonstrate an understanding of the economic
                        boom-and-bust in America in the 1920s and 1930s, its resultant
                        political instability, and the subsequent worldwide response.




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                South Carolina Language Arts Standards

                                   KINDERGARTEN

READING: Understanding and Using Informational Texts
Standard K-2 The student will begin to read and comprehend a variety of informational
            texts in print and nonprint formats.

Indicators
K-2.1          Summarize the central idea and details from informational texts read aloud.
K-2.4          Create responses to informational texts through a variety of methods (for
               example, drawings, written works, and oral presentations).

WRITING: Producing Written Communications in a Variety of Forms
Standard K-5 The student will begin to write for a variety of purposes and audiences.

Indicators
K-5.1          Use symbols (drawings, letters, and words) to create written
               communications (for example, notes, messages, and lists) to inform a
               specific audience.
K-5.2          Use symbols (drawings, letters, and words) to create narratives (for
               example, stories and journal entries) about people, places, or things.
K-5.3          Use symbols (drawings, letters, and words) to create descriptions of
               personal experiences, people, places, or things.

RESEARCHING: Applying the Skills of Inquiry and Oral Communication
Standard K-6          The student will begin to access and use information from a variety
                      of sources.

Indicators
K-6.1          Generate how and why questions about a topic of interest.
K-6.2          Recognize that information can be found in print sources (for example,
               books, pictures, simple graphs, and charts) and nonprint sources (for
               example, videos, television, films, radio, and the Internet).




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                                            GRADE 1

    READING: UNDERSTANDING AND USING INFORMATIONAL TEXTS


Standard 1-2 The student will read and comprehend a variety of informational texts in
print and nonprint formats.

Indicators
1-2.1         Summarize the central idea and supporting evidence in an informational
              text during classroom discussion.
1-2.3         Distinguish between facts and opinions.
1-2.4         Create responses to informational texts through a variety of methods (for
              example, drawings, written works, and oral presentations).

 WRITING: PRODUCING WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS IN A VARIETY OF
                                FORMS
Standard 1-5 The student will write for a variety of purposes and audiences.

Indicators
1-5.1         Create written communications (for example, thank you notes) for a specific
              audience.
1-5.2         Create narratives (for example, stories and journal entries) about people,
              places, actions, or things.
1-5.3         Create written pieces that describe personal experiences, people, places, or
              things and that use words that appeal to the senses.

        RESEARCHING: APPLYING THE SKILLS OF INQUIRY AND ORAL
                             COMMUNICATION
Standard 1-6 The student will access and use information from a variety of sources.

Indicators
1-6.1         Generate how and why questions about a topic of interest.
1-6.2         Use print sources of information (for example, books, newspapers, pictures,
              charts, and graphs) and nonprint sources to access information.
1-6.3         Create categories (for example, plants and animals) to classify information.




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                                        GRADE 2

     READING: UNDERSTANDING AND USING INFORMATIONAL TEXTS


Standard 2-2 The student will read and comprehend a variety of informational texts in
                   print and nonprint formats.
Indicators
2-2.1         Analyze the central idea and supporting evidence in an informational text
              during classroom discussion.
2-2.3         Distinguish between facts and opinions in informational texts.
2-2.4         Create responses to informational texts through a variety of methods (for
              example, drawings, written works, and oral presentations).
2-2.6         Use graphic features (for example, illustrations, graphs, charts, maps, and
              diagrams) as sources of information.

 WRITING: PRODUCING WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS IN A VARIETY OF
                          FORMS
Standard 2-5 The student will write for a variety of purposes and audiences.

Indicators
2-5.2         Create narratives (for example, stories and journal entries) that follow a
              logical sequence of events.
2-5.3         Create written pieces that describe objects, people, places, or events and that
              use words that appeal to the senses.

        RESEARCHING: APPLYING THE SKILLS OF INQUIRY AND ORAL
                             COMMUNICATION
Standard 2-6 The student will access and use information from a variety of sources.

Indicators
2-6.1         Generate how and why questions about a topic of interest.
2-6.2         Use a variety of print sources (for example, books, pictures, charts, graphs,
              diagrams, and picture dictionaries) and nonprint sources to access
              information.
2-6.3         Create categories (for example, solids and liquids) to classify information.




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                                      GRADES 3-5

     READING: UNDERSTANDING AND USING INFORMATIONAL TEXTS
Standard 2 The student will read and comprehend a variety of informational texts in
          print and nonprint formats.

         2.5 Use headings, subheadings, print styles, captions, and chapter headings to
             gain information.
         2.6 Use graphic features (including illustrations, graphs, charts, maps,
             diagrams, and graphic organizers) as sources of information.

             WRITING: DEVELOPING WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS
Standard 4    The student will create written work that has a clear focus, sufficient detail,
              coherent organization, effective use of voice, and correct use of the
              conventions of written Standard American English.


 WRITING: PRODUCING WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS IN A VARIETY OF
                          FORMS
Standard 5    The student will write for a variety of purposes and audiences.
         5.2 Create narratives that include characters and setting and follow a logical
             sequence.
         5.3 Create written descriptions about people, places, or events.


      RESEARCHING: APPLYING THE SKILLS OF INQUIRY AND ORAL
                        COMMUNICATION
Standard 6    The student will access and use information from a variety of sources.
        6.2 Use print sources (for example, books, magazines, charts, graphs, diagrams,
             dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, and thesauri) and nonprint sources (for
             example, pictures, photographs, video, and television) to access information.
        6.3 Organize information by classifying or sequencing.
        6.4 Paraphrase research information accurately and meaningfully.




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                                      GRADES 6-8

        READING: UNDERSTANDING AND USING LITERARY TEXTS
Standard 1     The student will read and comprehend a variety of literary texts in print
               and nonprint formats.

    READING: UNDERSTANDING AND USING INFORMATIONAL TEXTS
Standard 2     The student will read and comprehend a variety of informational texts in
               print and nonprint formats.

                       READING: BUILDING VOCABULARY
Standard 3     The student will use word analysis and vocabulary strategies to read
               fluently.
             WRITING: DEVELOPING WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS
Standard 4     The student will create written work that has a clear focus, sufficient detail,
               coherent organization, effective use of voice, and correct use of the
               conventions of written Standard American English.

 WRITING: PRODUCING WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS IN A VARIETY OF
                                FORMS
Standard-5    The student will write for a variety of purposes and audiences

     RESEARCHING: APPLYING THE SKILLS OF INQUIRY AND ORAL
                          COMMUNICATION
Standard 6    The student will access and use information from a variety of sources.




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                                    HIGH SCHOOL

         READING: UNDERSTANDING AND USING LITERARY TEXTS
Standard 1     The student will read and comprehend a variety of literary texts in print
               and nonprint formats.

    READING: UNDERSTANDING AND USING INFORMATIONAL TEXTS
Standard 2    The student will read and comprehend a variety of informational texts in
              print and nonprint formats.

                       READING: BUILDING VOCABULARY
Standard 3 The student will use word analysis and vocabulary strategies to read fluently.

             WRITING: DEVELOPING WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS
Standard 4    The student will create written work that has a clear focus, sufficient detail,
              coherent organization, effective use of voice, and correct use of the
              conventions of written Standard American English.

 WRITING: PRODUCING WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS IN A VARIETY OF
                                FORMS
Standard 5    The student will write for a variety of purposes and audiences.


      RESEARCHING: APPLYING THE SKILLS OF INQUIRY AND ORAL
                           COMMUNICATION
Standard 6     The student will access and use information from a variety of sources.




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