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Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
Session 1 overview music and art
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  • 1. K to 12MUSIC AND ART
  • 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. 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. • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Grade 1 – Fundamentals of Music - Scope and SequenceMusic Elements: • Rhythm • Melody • Form • Timbre • Dynamics • Tempo • Texture
  • 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. 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. 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. 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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