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Musical Skill Domains p. 12 …

Musical Skill Domains p. 12
Three step Process p. 17
Readiness Concepts p. 21
Lesson planning p. 29
Activities for Prep of a new element p. 35
Activities for Prac of a rhythmic element p. 36
Activities for Prac of a melodic element p. 43
K-5 overview p. 49
Kindgergarten p. 51
Grade 1 p. 59
Grade 2 p. 67
Grade 3 p. 77
Grade 4 p. 89
Grade 5 p. 101
Teaching Strategies p. 113
Rhythmic elements p. 114
Melodic elements p. 237

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  • Musical Skill Domains p. 12
    Three step Process p. 17
    Readiness Concepts p. 21
    Lesson planning p. 29
    Activities for Prep of a new element p. 35
    Activities for Prac of a rhythmic element p. 36
    Activities for Prac of a melodic element p. 43
    K-5 overview p. 49
    Kindgergarten p. 51
    Grade 1 p. 59
    Grade 2 p. 67
    Grade 3 p. 77
    Grade 4 p. 89
    Grade 5 p. 101
    Teaching Strategies p. 113
    Rhythmic elements p. 114
    Melodic elements p. 237
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  • 1. nJObjectives: Students will • identify, aurally and visually, one sound on a beat as I and call it "ta", and two sounds on a beat as II and call it "ti-ti." • say "taft and "ti-ti" in correct rhythm when reading rhythmic notation. • perform various motives containing I and II in the context of both known and new song material. • aurally identify songs from their rhythm only. • read known and new song material containing I and ll . • notate known motives and songs containing I andll. • notate dictated material containingl and II . • use I and II in improvisation and composition.Readiness: Before learning I and n, students must be able to • perform the beat accurately. • perform the rhythm accurately. • distinguish between "beat" and "rhythm of the words." • discriminate between long and short sounds. • discrim~nate between one and two sounds on a beat. • perfor~ rhythmic ostinati with ease while singing. 91

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