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1 8th Grade Music Objectives - Rhythm presentation.1 meaning.1 developing new artistic ideas and work.1 external context.1 1. Students will accurately demonstrate knowledge of beat through performing music in duple/triple, simple/compound 2. Students will accurately perform notated rhythms (quarter, eighth dotted quarter, sixteenth, syncopation) through singing and playing 3. Students will demonstrate rhythmic independence within a performing group in duets and trios 1. Students will demonstrate beat awareness through movement 2. Students accurately follow the non-verbal commands of the conductor 3. Analyze and describe a musical score in terms of rhythm 1. Accurately write rhythmic phrases in 2/4, 4/4, ¾ 2. Accurately write rhythmic phrases using syncopation eighth notes, quarter and dotted rhythms 3. Improvise phrases using known rhythms at a moderate tempo eighth notes, quarter, dotted rhythms, half notes and whole notes 1. Accurately write in bar lines to given phrases in 2/4, ¾ and 4/4 4. Students will demonstrate accurate rhythmic sight reading skills in 3/4, 4/4 and 6/8 5. Students will accurately use a counting system while reading rhythm patterns 6. Students will demonstrate beat awareness at moderate fast and slow tempos 1

2 8th Grade Music Objectives - Melody presentation.1 meaning.1 developing new artistic ideas and work.1 external context.1 1. Accurately perform melodies within musical solos, duets, trios 2. Accurately perform tonal scales - major, natural minor, harmonic minor and chromatic using solfege 3. Accurately read 2/4, 4/4 and ¾ melodies at sight using standard notation using solfege in major and natural minor up to thirds and fifths 4. Accurately perform music in all 12 keys demonstrate knowledge of key signature through analysis up to 4b s and 4# s 1. Students will demonstrate audition skills following the nonverbal commands Curwen hand signs 2. Analyze and describe a musical score in terms of melodic range and tessatura 1. Demonstrate ability to improvise variations of melodies found in a varied repertoire of music including folk songs and canons 2. Demonstrate ability to write simple melodies within guidelines outlined by the teacher 1. Build major scales from tetra chords in the key of C, F, Bb, G and D 2. Demonstrate ability to improvise melodies within guidelines outlined by the teacher 3. Demonstrate ability to write melodies in the key of C, F, Bb, G and D 4. Accurately take melodic dictation step wise skips of 3rds 5. Accurately demonstrate knowledge of intervals using solfege 2

3 8th Grade Music Objectives - Harmony presentation.1 meaning.1 work.1 external context.1 1. Accurately perform simple triads 1. Aurally identify I, V harmonic patterns in given examples 1. Accurately harmonize given melodies using I, IV, V triads 1. Identify polyphonic and homophonic textures in music 2. Accurately perform I, V chord progressions using block chords and arpeggios 3. Accurately demonstrate suspensions within performance 2. Demonstrate the ability to write and harmonize 4 measure phrases 3. Demonstrate ability to improvise over 12 bar blues patterns 3. Describe suspensions within the context of performance 3. Accurately perform harmonies within performance within a variety of musical styles 4. Accurately perform consonance and dissonance within performance 5. Accurately perform music in all 12 keys 3

4 8th Grade Music Objectives - Form presentation.1 meaning.1 work.1 external context.1 1. Accurately perform ABA, rondo, theme and variation compositions canons within selected performance 1. Accurately identify phrases in music 1. Demonstrate ability to compose simple ABA compositions 1. Identify and analyze ABA song form, rondo, theme and variations 2. Aurally Identify and discuss musical forms from selected historical works and performance 8th Grade Music Objectives - Expression presentation.1 meaning.1 work.1 external context.1 1. Accurately interpret articulation, dynamic and tempi markings with performance 1. Accurately define expressive markings within 2. Demonstrate knowledge of music terms and vocabulary 1. Demonstrate knowledge of connections between music and other arts 4

5 8th Grade Music Objectives - Style presentation.1 meaning.1 work.1 external context.1 1. Accurately present performance with the appropriate unique stylistic parameters of the music 1. Use movement to convey stylistic elements of music 1. Aurally recognize and classify music representing a variety of world cultures and historical/style periods 2. Reflect on the nature of performance in music and other related arts through discussion and writing 5

6 7th Grade Music Objectives - Rhythm developing new artistic ideas and 1. Students will accurately demonstrate knowledge of beat through performing music in duple/triple, simple/compound 2. Students will accurately perform notated rhythms (quarter, eighth dotted quarter, sixteenth, syncopation) through singing and playing 1. Students will demonstrate beat awareness through movement 2. Students accurately follow the non verbal commands of the conductor 3. Students accurately conduct patterns in 4/4 1. Accurately write rhythmic phrases in 2/4, 4/4 2. Accurately write in bar lines to given phrases in 4/4 3. Accurately write rhythmic phrases using syncopation eighth notes, quarter and dotted rhythms 3. Students will demonstrate rhythmic independence within a performing group in duets and trios 4. Students will demonstrate accurate rhythmic sight reading skills in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 4. Improvise percussion accompaniments known rhythms at a moderate tempo eighth notes, quarter, dotted rhythms, half notes and whole notes 5. Students will accurately use a counting system while reading rhythm patterns 6. Students will demonstrate beat awareness at moderate fast moderate and slow tempos 6

7 7th Grade Music Objectives - Melody developing new artistic ideas and 1. Accurately perform melodies within musical solos, duets, trios 2. Accurately perform tonal scales - major, natural minor, chromatic using solfege 3. Accurately read 2/4, 4/4 and ¾ melodies at sight using standard notation using solfege in major and natural minor with step wise motion and skips up to thirds 4. Accurately perform music in all 12 keys demonstrate knowledge of key signature through analysis up to 3b s and 3# s 1. Students will demonstrate audition skills following nonverbal commands Curwen hand signs 2. Analyze and describe a musical score in terms of melodic range and tessatura 1. Demonstrate ability to improvise simple melodies and musical phrases using major and minor scales. 2. Create rhythmic and melodic accompaniments to support other elements of musical performance 1. Build major scales from tetra chords in the key of C, F, Bb, G and D 2. Demonstrate ability to improvise melodies within guidelines outlined by the teacher 3. Demonstrate ability to write melodies in the key of C and G 4. Accurately take melodic dictation step wise 5. Accurately demonstrate knowledge of intervals using solfege 7

8 7th Grade Music Objectives - Harmony 1. Accurately perform simple triads 2. Accurately perform I, V chord progressions using block chords and arpeggios 1. Aurally identify I, V harmonic patterns in given examples 1. Demonstrate ability to improvise over 12 bar blues patterns 1. Aurally identify chords and chord progressions 4. Identify consonance and dissonance from aural examples 3. Accurately demonstrate suspensions within performance 3. Accurately perform harmonies within performance within a variety of musical styles 4. Accurately perform consonance and dissonance within performance 8

9 7th Grade Music Objectives - Form 1. Accurately perform ABA, rondo, theme and variation compositions canons within selected performance 1. Accurately identify phrases in music 1. Demonstrate ability to compose simple phrases 1. Identify and analyze Canon, ABA song form, rondo, theme and variations 2. Aurally Identify and discuss musical forms from selected historical works and performance 7th Grade Music Objectives - Expression 1. Accurately interpret articulation, dynamic and tempi markings with performance 1. Accurately define expressive markings within 2. Demonstrate knowledge of music terms and vocabulary 1. Listen to and analyze music recordings in terms of expression and dynamics 9

10 7th Grade Music Objectives - Style 1. Accurately present performance with the appropriate unique stylistic characteristics of the music 1. Use movement to convey stylistic elements of music 1. Demonstrate stylistic characteristics of a varied including world music 10

11 6th Grade Music Objectives - Rhythm developing new artistic ideas and 1. Students will accurately demonstrate knowledge of beat through performing music in duple/triple, simple/compound 2. Students will accurately perform notated rhythms (quarter, eighth dotted quarter, sixteenth, syncopation) through singing and playing 3. Students will demonstrate rhythmic independence within a performing group in duets and trios 4. Students will demonstrate accurate rhythmic sight reading skills in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 1. Students will demonstrate beat awareness through movement 2. Students accurately follow the non verbal commands of the conductor 3. Students accurately conduct patterns in 4/4 4. Accurately perform consonance and dissonance within performance Analyze and describe a musical score in terms of rhythm 1. Accurately write rhythmic phrases in 4/4 2. Accurately write in bar lines to given phrases in 2/4 3. Accurately write rhythmic phrases using syncopation eighth notes, quarter and dotted rhythms 4. Improvise percussion accompaniments known rhythms at a moderate tempo eighth notes, quarter, dotted rhythms, half notes and whole notes 5. Students will accurately use a counting system while reading rhythm patterns 6. Students will demonstrate beat awareness at moderate fast moderate and slow tempos 11

12 6th Grade Music Objectives - Melody developing new artistic ideas and 1. Accurately perform melodies within musical solos, duets, trios 2. Accurately perform tonal scales - major, natural minor, chromatic using solfege 3. Accurately read 2/4, 4/4 and ¾ melodies at sight using standard notation using solfege in major and natural minor with step wise motion and skips up to thirds 1. Students will demonstrate audition skills following nonverbal commands Curwen hand signs and in melodic patterns 1. Demonstrate ability to improvise melodies within guidelines outlined by the teacher 2. Demonstrate ability to write simple four measure melodies within guidelines outlined by the teacher 3. Improvise simple melodic patterns and musical phrases using pentatonic scales 1. Accurately take melodic dictation step wise 2. Analyze and describe a musical score in terms of melodic range and tessatura 4. Accurately perform music in all 12 keys demonstrate knowledge of key signature through analysis up to 2b s and 2# s 5. Accurately demonstrate knowledge of intervals using solfege 12

13 6th Grade Music Objectives - Harmony 1. Accurately perform simple triads 3. Accurately demonstrate suspensions within performance 1. Aurally identify I, V harmonic patterns in given examples 1. Demonstrate ability to improvise over 12 bar blues patterns 1. Identify consonance and dissonance from aural examples 3. Accurately perform harmonies within performance within a variety of musical styles 4. Accurately perform consonance and dissonance within performance 13

14 6th Grade Music Objectives - Form 1. Accurately perform ABA, rondo, theme and variation compositions canons within selected performance 1. Accurately identify phrases in music 1. Demonstrate ability to compose simple phrases 1. Identify and analyze Canon, ABA song form, rondo, theme and variations 2. Aurally Identify and discuss musical forms from selected historical works and performance 6th Grade Music Objectives - Expression meaning.1 1. Accurately interpret articulation, dynamic and tempi markings with performance 1. Accurately define expressive markings within 2. Identify and describe music terms, vocabulary and symbols representing tempo, meter, dynamics, and other expressive elements. 1. Demonstrate knowledge of connections between music and other arts 14

15 6th Grade Music Objectives - Style 1. Accurately present performance with the appropriate unique stylistic characteristics of the music 1. Use movement to convey stylistic elements of music 1. Aurally recognize and classify folk music, classical music and music from world cultures 15

16 5th Grade Music Objectives - Rhythm developing new artistic ideas and work.1 external context.1 1. Students will accurately demonstrate knowledge of beat through performing music in duple/triple 2. Demonstrate knowledge of a rhythmic language to read rhythms 1. Students will demonstrate beat awareness through movement 2. Students accurately follow the non verbal commands of the conductor 1. Demonstrate the ability to Improvise simple rhythmic patterns 1. Students will accurately identify duple and triple meter 3. Students will demonstrate accurate rhythmic sight reading skills in 2/4 and 4/4 from flashcards 4. Students will demonstrate beat awareness at moderate and fast 16

17 5th Grade Music Objectives - Melody developing new artistic ideas and 1. Accurately perform melodies alone and with the class 2. Accurately perform scales - major, natural minor, using solfege 3. Accurately read 4/4 melodies at sight using standard notation, solfege with step wise motion 1. Students will demonstrate audition skills following nonverbal commands Curwen hand signs 2. Analyze and describe a musical score in terms of melodic contour 1. Demonstrate ability to improvise melodies within guidelines outlined by the teacher 3. Improvise simple melodic patterns and musical phrases using pentatonic scales 17

18 5th Grade Music Objectives - Harmony 1. Accurately perform simple canons 2. Accurately perform harmonies within performance including partner songs and descants 1. Aurally identify harmony in canons 2. Aurally identify and define tonal centers in music 5th Grade Music Objectives - Form 1. Accurately perform ABA, rondo, and canons 1. Accurately identify phrases in music Create simple ABA compositions using aleatoric techniques 1. Aurally Identify and discuss musical forms from selected historical works and performance 18

19 5th Grade Music Objectives - Expression 1. Accurately interpret articulation, dynamic and tempi markings with performance 1. Accurately define expressive markings within 2. Identify and describe music terms and vocabulary 1. Define and discuss how music relates to personal development and enjoyment of life 2. Define relationships between music, world events, history and culture. 5th Grade Music Objectives - Style 1. Accurately present performance with the appropriate unique stylistic characteristics of the music 1. Use movement to convey stylistic elements of music 1. Aurally recognize and classify folk music, classical music and music from world cultures 19

20 4th Grade Music Objectives - Rhythm developing new artistic ideas and 1. Students will accurately demonstrate knowledge of beat through performing music in duple/triple meter 2. Demonstrate knowledge of a rhythmic language or system to read rhythms 1. Students will demonstrate beat awareness through movement 2. Students accurately follow the non verbal commands of the conductor 1. Demonstrate the ability to perform simple rhythmic patterns on classroom instruments 1. Students will aurally identify triple and duple patterns 2. Notate rhythmic patterns using standard notation - quarter note, quarter rest, eighth note, half note, dotted half note and whole note 3. Students will demonstrate accurate rhythmic sight reading skills in 2/4 and 4/4 from flashcards including quarter note, quarter rest, eighth note, half note, dotted half note and whole note 20

21 4th Grade Music Objectives - Melody developing new artistic ideas and 1. Accurately perform melodies alone and with the class 2. Accurately perform scales pentatonic, major, natural minor, using solfege 3. Accurately read SLM, MRD, DRM, DLSL, SD melodic patterns 1. Students will demonstrate audition skills following nonverbal commands Curwen hand signs 1. Demonstrate ability to improvise melodies within guidelines outlined by the teacher 1. Improvise simple melodic patterns and musical phrases using pentatonic scales 1. Analyze and describe melodic contour, contrasts, and events in music with movement 21

22 4th Grade Music Objectives - Harmony 1. Accurately perform simple canons 2. Accurately perform harmonies within performance including partner songs and descants 1. Aurally identify harmony in canons 2. Aurally identify and define tonal centers in music 4th Grade Music Objectives - Form 1. Accurately perform ABA, rondo, and canons 1. Accurately identify phrases in music Create simple ABA compositions using aleatoric techniques 1. Aurally Identify and discuss musical forms from selected historical works and performance 2. Aurally Identify and discuss repeating and contrasting sections, phrases, and simple formal structures AB, ABA, rondo, and Introduction 22

23 4th Grade Music Objectives - Expression 1. Accurately interpret articulation, dynamic and tempi markings with performance 1. Accurately define expressive markings within 2. Identify and describe music terms and vocabulary 1. Define and discuss how music relates to personal development and enjoyment of life 2. Define relationships between music, world events, history and culture. 4th Grade Music Objectives - Style 1. Accurately present performance with the appropriate unique stylistic characteristics of the music 1. Use movement to convey stylistic elements of music 1. Aurally recognize and classify folk music, classical music and music from world cultures 23

24 3rd Grade Music Objectives - Rhythm developing new artistic ideas and 1. Students will accurately demonstrate knowledge of beat through performing music in duple/triple meter 2. Demonstrate knowledge of a rhythmic language or system to read rhythms 3. Students will demonstrate accurate rhythmic sight reading skills in 2/4 and 4/4 from flashcards including quarter note, quarter rest, eighth note 1. Students will demonstrate beat awareness through movement 2. Students accurately follow the non verbal commands of the conductor 1. Demonstrate the ability to perform simple rhythmic patterns on classroom instruments 1. Students will aurally identify triple and duple patterns 2. Notate rhythmic patterns using icons 3. Notate rhythmic patterns using standard notation - quarter note, quarter rest, eighth note 24

25 3rd Grade Music Objectives - Melody developing new artistic ideas and 1. Accurately sing melodies alone and with the class in the range of an octave 2. Accurately sing unaccompanied melodies in the range of an octave using appropriate head voice 3. Accurately perform scales pentatonic and major using solfege 1. Students will demonstrate audition skills following nonverbal commands Curwen hand signs 4. Accurately read SLM, MRD, DRM, melodic patterns following Curwen hand signs 1. Improvise simple melodic patterns and musical phrases using pentatonic scales 1. Notate melody using icons 4. Accurately read SLM, MRD, melodic patterns 5. Accurately perform multiple songs from memory 25

26 3rd Grade Music Objectives - Harmony 1. Accurately perform simple canons 1. Aurally identify harmony in canons 3rd Grade Music Objectives - Form 1. Accurately perform ABA, rondo, and canons 1. Accurately identify phrases in music Create simple ABA and rondo compositions using aleatoric techniques 2. Aurally Identify and discuss repeating and contrasting sections, phrases, and simple formal structures AB, ABA, rondo, and Introduction 26

27 3rd Grade Music Objectives - Expression 1. Accurately interpret articulation, dynamic and tempi markings with performance 1. Accurately define expressive markings within 2. Identify and describe music terms and vocabulary 1. Create dances/movement that accurately outlines events in music 1. Define and discuss how music relates to personal development and enjoyment of life 3rd Grade Music Objectives - Style 1. Accurately present performance with the appropriate unique stylistic characteristics of the music 1. Use movement to convey stylistic elements of music 1. Aurally recognize and classify folk music, classical music and music from world cultures 2. Describe the role that musicians play in culture 27

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