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T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Dr. Hodges’ Lesson Plan

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Band 8

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Grade 8 Band BUZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Rhythm 54 6____________________________ 8 Process: Find the smallest value note or rest Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents Transfer the information to the rhythm.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Weekly Goal COMPETENCY GOAL 5: The learner will read and notate music. (National Standard 5)

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Today’s Objective 5.04 Identify standard notation symbols for pitch, rhythm, dynamics, tempo, articulation, and expression.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Classwork Jingle Bells Count and Clap Play Silent Night Count and Clap Play

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com General Music 8

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Rhythm 54 6____________________________ 8 Process: Find the smallest value note or rest Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents Transfer the information to the rhythm.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Weekly Goal COMPETENCY GOAL 7: The learner will evaluate music and music performances. (National Standard 7)

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Today’s Objective 7.03 Identify and describe how interacting musical elements impact one's feelingful response to music.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Listening Example 1 Compare (Tell how they are similar) and Contrast (Tell how they are different) these two examples. Use your list provided in Class.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Listening 1 Melody: Harmony: Rhythm: Form: Instrumentation: Historic Period:

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Listening Example 2 Compare and Contrast with example 1

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Listening 2 Melody: Harmony: Rhythm: Form: Instrumentation: Historic Period:

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Band 7

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Grade 7 Band BUZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Rhythm 54 6____________________________ 8 Process: Find the smallest value note or rest Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents Transfer the information to the rhythm.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Weekly Goal COMPETENCY GOAL 5: The learner will read and notate music. (National Standard 5)

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Today’s Objective 5.04 Identify standard notation symbols for pitch, rhythm, dynamics, tempo, articulation, and expression.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Book Exercises Jingle Bells –Count and Clap –Play Silent Night Count and Clap –Play

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com General Music 7

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Rhythm 54 6____________________________ 8 Process: Find the smallest value note or rest Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents Transfer the information to the rhythm.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Weekly Goal COMPETENCY GOAL 7: The learner will evaluate music and music performances. (National Standard 7)

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Today’s Objective 7.03 Identify and describe how interacting musical elements impact one's feelingful response to music.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Listening Example 1 Compare (Tell how they are similar) and Contrast (Tell how they are different) these two examples. Use your list provided in Class.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Listening Example 2 Compare and Contrast with example 1

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com General Music 6

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Rhythm 54 6____________________________ 8 Process: Find the smallest value note or rest Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents Transfer the information to the rhythm.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Weekly Goal COMPETENCY GOAL 7: The learner will evaluate music and music performances. (National Standard 7)

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Today’s Objective 7.03 Identify and describe how interacting musical elements impact one's feelingful response to music.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Listening Example 1 Compare (Tell how they are similar) and Contrast (Tell how they are different) these two examples. Use your list provided in Class.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Listening Example 2 Compare and Contrast with example 1

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Band 6

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Grade 6 Band BUZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Weekly Goal COMPETENCY GOAL 5: The learner will read and notate music. (National Standard 5)

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Today’s Objective 5.01 Read whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, and dotted note and rest durations in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8 and 2/2 meters.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Rhythm 9 4____________________________ 4 Process: Find the smallest value note or rest Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents Transfer the information to the rhythm.

T o H elp I ndividuals N eeding K nowledge T hink L isten C ount 12/03/2009http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com Book Exercises 21 –Count and Clap –Play 22 –Count and Clap –Play 23 –Count and Clap –Play

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