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Entering the Band Room C Conversation Voice Level 1 or 2 H Help Clipboard in the front of the room or wait for class to start and raise your hand A Activity Students will get instruments out and assembled, and prepare for a productive band class Check the top left hand corner of the screen projector for Planner entries Keep your planner in sight under your chair Have a pencil M Movement Enter the room quietly Check the projector screen for the days activities Put you personal belonging under your assigned seat – music on the stand Get your instrument out of the instrument storage area Assemble your instrument and warm up intelligently P Participation Eyes on the Voice Good posture & horn position Great Sounds!
Rehearsals C Conversation Voice Level 0 H Help Raise your hand A Activity Play with good posture, good horn positions and great sounds M Movement None except to play your instrument P Participation Eyes on the Voice Good posture & horn position Great Sounds!
Dismissal from Band Class C Conversation Voice Level 1 or 2 H Help Raise your hand or use the clipboard in the front of the room A Activity Disassemble instrument and return it to its case Return instrument to the instrument storage area Push stand all the way down and return it to the rack Percussion pack up and put away all equipment and music stands Return to your seat M Movement To the storage area and back to your seat Do not jump and run at the bell – you will be dismissed one row at a time. P Participation Help return the band room to the condition it was when you arrive!
Band Room Emergency Drills Fire, Earthquake, Tornado, Lockdown C Conversation Voice Level 0 H Help None, continue moving as directed by teacher; raise hand once everyone is in correct area. A Activity Walk in orderly fashion along designated route to quickly move to safety. M Movement As soon as alarm is sounded, line up quickly. Follow teachers instructions; NO RUNNING P Participation Listen and follow all teacher directions; remain quiet, move quickly. Remain in teacher directed area until asked to move.
Assemblies C Conversation Voice Level 0 H Help Raise hand and wait for adult assistance while remaining in your seat A Activity Students and staff will enjoy and appreciate the assembly or presentation M Movement Enter in a line, one behind the other Walk with hands, feet, and body to self Sit where staff member assigns upon entry; no switching seats Stay seated; if seated on the floor, stay down (NO sitting on your knees) No leaving during a performance Students clap at appropriate times When assembly is over, wait for principal to dismiss your team, and then for your teacher to ask class to stand. Dismiss in single file line. P Participation Students have eyes on and listening to the program and presenter(s) Participate as appropriate
Champs Quiz - Jan. 5 Start a new page in your composition Book Add today’s date Number from 1 –
1. At What voice level should you enter the band room? A. 1 or 2 B. Screaming as if YOU just won the lottery. C. Loud enough for someone in the storage room to hear you D. 3 or 4
2. How much time should you spend in the instrument storage room? A. Long enough to catch up with your bff. B. 10 seconds C. 15 minutes D. No limit – just take your time
3. What is the consequence for chewing gum? A. Ms. Wiggins head will start spinning and the lights will start blinking. B. Automatic Mark C. Clean gum off the bottom of all the chairs in the band room D. No Consequence it is okay to chew gum in the band room – especially while we play!
4. What should you do if you forget your instrument or necessary equipment? A. Rummage through the storage area and find what you need. B. Call your parents and demand that they bring your horn or equipment C. Ask Ms. Wiggins or Mrs. Gentry if there is equipment you can use D. Sit like a lump of brown lettuce the entire class period.
5. What should you do if someone steps on the podium and raises their hand? A. Stand up and cheer! B. Stop talking and playing and raise your hand. C. Break out in Go Big Blue D. Finish your current conversation as fast as you can.
6. What should you do if you need a teachers' help? A. Tell you neighbor B. Repeat Ms. Wiggins Name until she comes to you. C. Follow Ms. Gentry around the room. D. Sit down and raise your hand.
7. How should you exit the band room when the bell rings? A. Jump up and run as fast as you can! B. Walk out in an orderly fashion
8. What should do if you need to get up during rehearsal? A. Just get up and go – it is okay to be a band room tourist. B. Raise your hand, wait for acknowledgement and permission. C. Yell at the nearest teacher for help. D. Ask your neighbor what to do.
9. How Many Practice Journals are due each week? A. 4 B. We don’t do practice Journals. C. 1 D. As many as you feel like turning in.
10. What is the voice level during rehearsals? A. We get to talk as loud as we are playing at the time. B. 0 C. 1 or 2 D. We only talk when we have a rest.
11. What should you do during a Fire Drill? A. Run for your life. B. Get under your chair and cover your head. C. Make siren sounds on your instrument. D. Walk in an orderly fashion out the back door.
12. What must you have to leave the room during class? A. Gum in your mouth. B. At least a B in class. C. Your Planner. D. A Pencil and your folder.