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This resource produced by the Ontario Music Educators' Association (www.omea.on.ca - Resources) and funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education will support Vocal, Recorder and Instrumental Music …

This resource produced by the Ontario Music Educators' Association (www.omea.on.ca - Resources) and funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education will support Vocal, Recorder and Instrumental Music Teachers Grade 1-8.

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  • 1. Have you ever had a student leave a method book at home, or a method book that looks as new as this one?
    2. Have you ever had a student leave an instrument or mouthpiece at home?
    GPS will help you help you!
  • The GPS provides a full year of learning, and a full year of planning (yes, this means you can use this in your long range plans!)
  • Not sure how a song sounds....all Primary tasks have MP3 recordings of each song, and every other task has a Finale file that you listen to and adapt for your students!
  • How do we meet the diverse needs of our students?
  • GPS will help you with all of these challenges and more!
  • 1. Resources for you your planning and instruction
    2. Student workbooks
    3. Videos, recordings, Finale files
  • 1. (Curriculum) Aligns to the Revised Music Curriculum 1-8
    2. (AfL) Will create opportunities for you to learn with and alongside your students!
    3. (Differentiated Instruction) Engage your students (even those students in your class who are taking private lessons, and those students where music is not their strength)
  • Includes:
    Primary tasks (1-3) - Tasks with notation, notes for teachers (Pause and Ponder), recordings for all tasks, tracking sheets and 12 videos
    13 tasks per grade
    Junior Vocal (4-6) - Tasks with notation, Pause and Ponder, Sample Tracking sheets, Finale files and 8 videos
    16 task per grade
    Junior Recorder (4-6) - Tasks with notation that can support the Junior Vocal Tasks and Finale files
    10 Tasks per grade
    Intermediate Vocal (Grade 7 and 8) - Tasks with notation, Pause and Ponder, Sample rubric and Finale files
    15 Tasks per grade
    Intermediate Band (Year 1,2,3) - Tasks with notation, Finale files and 3 videos
    20 Tasks per grade
    Intermediate Strings (Year 1,2,3) - Tasks with notation, Finale files and 3 videos
    20 Tasks per grade
    Intermediate Recorder (Year 1,2) - Tasks with notation, Finale files and sample rubric
    20 Tasks per grade
  • Primary Vocal - Jennifer Stacy, Randall P.S.
    Junior Vocal/Recorder - Lynnette Charters, Fossil Hill P.S.
    Intermediate Band - Sarah Arcand, Lincoln Alexander P.S.
    Intermediate Strings - Justina So, Unionville Meadows P.S.
    Intermediate Vocal - Lynnette Charters and Jennifer Stacey
    Lead Writer - Kevin Merkley, Curriculum
    Lead Editor - Dr. Rodger Beatty, Interim Dean of Education, Brock University
  • Format!
    Minds On - guiding questions to encourage higher order thinking
    Action - steps that students need to follow to be successful
    Consolidation - what students need to demonstrate to go on to the next task
  • Overview Includes:
    Introduction (Philopsophy, How it Works, DI, AfL and what it looks like)
    Implementation - Making it work, student recognition, Before/During/After, Connection to Fundamental Concept, Growth over time
    A & E - Mastery, Evaluation (PJI)
    FAQ’s
    Also
    13 Videos, 1-8 overview of task with hyperlinks to all resources (Pages 39 to 42)
  • Grade 4 example of how this program addresses the Fundamental Concepts
  • Skills are build upon throughout the year...even though you may address Beat and Rhythm in September/October, this does not mean that these Elements are “done”
  • You can see:
    1. Scope of tasks
    2. Shaded tasks have video hyperlinks
    3. Junior Vocal/Recorder tasks have a separate chart to show relationships
  • You can see:
    1. Scope of tasks
    2. Shaded tasks have video hyperlinks
    3. Junior Vocal/Recorder tasks have a separate chart to show relationships
  • Transcript

    • 1. GPS Grade Performance Steps: The Road to Musical Success!
    • 2. GPS
    • 3. Everything you need! Student Task Books Videos Recordings Finale files
    • 4. Curriculum Assessment for Learning Differentiated Instruction
    • 5. Primary Vocal Junior Vocal Junior/Int. Recorder Band Year 1, 2, 3 Strings Year 1, 2, 3 Intermediate Vocal 7 & 8
    • 6. Introducing Our Authors
    • 7. Focus Learning Goal Minds On! Action! Consolidation!
    • 8. Overview
    • 9. 1-8 Task Chart
    • 10. Where can you find GPS?
    • 11. omea.on.ca
    • 12. Links Learn more about your students! Make it your own
    • 13. omea.on.ca

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