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Session 1 overview music and art

  1. 1. K to 12MUSIC AND ART
  2. 2. BASIC REFERENCES FOR MUSIC AND ART Art Elements Music Elements Music Processes Art Processes and Principles• Rhythm • Listening • Color • Seeing/Observing• Melody • Reading • Line • Reading• Tempo • Imitating (re- • Shape/Form • Imitating (re-• Form creating) • Value creating)• Timbre • Responding • Texture • Responding• Dynamics • Creating • Rhythm • Creating• Tempo • Performing • Balance • Performing• Texture (including movement) • Emphasis (including• Harmony* • Evaluating • Proportion movement) • Analyzing critically • Harmony • Evaluating* No formal • Applying • Analyzing criticallyinstruction in (transference • Applyingharmony from K to 3 (transference)
  3. 3. Philosophy and Rationale Music Education• MUSIC is both an AURAL and TEMPORAL art.• All elements and processes are interwoven artistically into a “TAPESTRY” moving in TIME and in diverse HISTORICAL and CULTURAL contexts.• The nature of music is expressive, ongoing and creative.
  4. 4. • A student must learn to “hear”, “speak” and“think” in the medium of music.• The K-12 Music Curriculum advocates the • SPIRAL • MULTICULTURAL and • INTEGRATIVE approaches in music education and current philosophical thought in contemporary general education.
  5. 5. Learning Area MusicLearning Area Standard K to 12The learner demonstrates understanding of:• Basic concepts and processes in music through:• Appreciation, analysis and performance for:• His/her self-development,• Celebration of his/her Filipino cultural identity and diversity• Expansion of his/her world vision.
  6. 6. Key Stage Standard K to 3 The learner demonstrates understanding of:• Fundamental processes through:• Performing, Creating and Responding, aimed towards:• Development of Appreciation of music, and• Acquisition of basic knowledge and skills.
  7. 7. Key Stage Standard 4 to 6 The learner demonstrates understanding of:• Basic elements and concepts through:• Performing, creating and responding, aimed towards:• Development of appreciation of music and• Acquisition of basic knowledge and skills
  8. 8. Key Stage Standard 7 to 10• The learner demonstrates understanding of:• Salient features of music and art of the Philippines and the world, through:• Appreciation, analysis, and performance, for self-development,• Celebration of Filipino cultural identity and diversity and• Expansion of one’s world vision.
  9. 9. Key Stage Standard 11 to 12The learner demonstrates understanding ofand proficiency in the chosen art form or genre, through:• Appreciation, Analysis, and Performance, for:• Self-development• Celebration of Filipino cultural identity and diversity• Expansion of one’s world vision for• Professional preparation and aesthetic growth.
  10. 10. Grade Level Standard Grade 1 The learner demonstrates basic understanding of the fundamental processes in music, through:• Performing• Creating• Listening• Observing and Describing• Responding
  11. 11. Scope and Sequence for Grade 1 Elements of MusicFirst Quarter: Dynamics, Timber, Rhythm, MelodySecond Quarter: Tempo, Melody, Rhythm, FormThird Quarter: Timbre, Rhythm, Melody, FormFourth Quarter: Dynamics, Tempo, Texture, Review of all elements
  12. 12. LEARNING AREA: MUSICGrade Level Standard: Grade 1 The learner demonstrates a basicunderstanding of the fundamental processes inMusic and Art through performing, creating,listening, observing, and responding.
  13. 13. Grade 1 – Fundamentals of Music - Scope and SequenceMusic Elements: • Rhythm • Melody • Form • Timbre • Dynamics • Tempo • Texture
  14. 14. First Quarter: Timbre, Dynamics, Rhythm, & MelodyLearning Module 1 Teaching Guide 1Learning Module 2 Teaching Guide 2Learning Module 3 Teaching Guide 3Learning Module 4 Teaching Guide 4
  15. 15. Second Quarter: Tempo, Melody, Rhythm, & FormLearning Module 5 Teaching Guide 5Learning Module 6 Teaching Guide 6Learning Module 7 Teaching Guide 7Learning Module 8 Teaching Guide 8
  16. 16. Third Quarter: Timbre, Rhythm, Melody & FormLearning Module 9 Teaching Guide 9Learning Module 10 Teaching Guide 10Learning Module 11 Teaching Guide 11Learning Module 12 Teaching Guide 12
  17. 17. Fourth Quarter: Dynamics, Tempo, Texture, Review of all ElementsLearning Module 13 Teaching Guide 13Learning Module 14 Teaching Guide 14Learning Module 15 Teaching Guide 15Learning Module 16 Teaching Guide 16

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