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 What will you wear to the concert?  Chorale, Chamber, and Show Choir: When is/our your competition dates? Are they mandatory?  How much does your uniform.

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1  What will you wear to the concert?  Chorale, Chamber, and Show Choir: When is/our your competition dates? Are they mandatory?  How much does your uniform cost?  Is the choir room a place for ILT?  What is the Choral Commons?  What do you do if you have a school conflict with a concert date?  What is expected in rehearsal?  Chamber – When is graduation? Is it a mandatory performance? YES!

2  Chorus: 5kuavu  Show Choir: 5at2bg  Chorale: k5ub38  Chamber Choir: 9if38h  Piano: myi274

3  1. Singing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.  5. Reading and notating music  6. Listening to, analyzing, and describing music  7. Evaluating music and music performances  8. Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts  9. Understanding music in relation to history and culture.

4  *I can prepare my voice to sing improving my sound before rehearsal.  *I can identify solfege syllables in SS exercises and real music when given Do.  *I can sing my music on solfege in a group with pitches in stepwise progression and skips on the tonic triad ascending.  *I can sing my part in my music with my section with confidence.  *I can sing out with others in my section.  *I can sing my music with accuracy of pitch and rhythm improving each rehearsal both in school and at home.  *I can read my music better today than yesterday.  *I can tell you what I know better today than yesterday.

5  Do Now: Warm-up and Read the Announcements – Download SS examples from website if you haven’t already.  SS Mini Lesson: Solfege exercises, skips, rhythms  SS Grapple: 30 seconds individual study. Now sing it.  SS Guided Practice: 30 seconds sectional rehearsal with teacher as needed.  SS Grapple: Now sing it with corrections.  SS Guided Practice: Last 30 seconds to rehearse for POLISH. Prepare it.  SS Application: Now sing the whole thing together with corrections utilizing musical and performance elements.  SS Debrief: What did we do well? What do we need to work on? What could we have done to do better this time? Can we do it next time?  RR Grapple: New Section of Music  RR Guided Practice: Introduction of Parts per voicing. Sing it with me. Now let’s put it together.  RR Application: Your turn to sing it without guidance. Go back and fix it. Solidify. Do it again.  Debrief: What can you do better today than yesterday?

6  Secretaries – Make sure you are filling out those daily minutes….daily  LEAVE NO TRACE  Uniform Cost –You can FUNDRAISE IT – Payments are due if paying out of pocket.  Patronships are in full swing. Bring them in.  Men – If you needed to “get back with” Mrs. Sarvis on tux stuff, you did not meet the deadline. You will be responsible for payment of anything that was ordered for you.  I need an office helper. Let me know if you are interested. Needs to be responsible, in honors classes, and willing to help with paperwork. me  Still missing some students’ student information forms. Go to the website riverbluffchoir.weekbly.com (no www) and do this link!  Make sure you have joined the Edmodo group  Make sure you are getting any schedule conflict to me ASAP  Who are my athletes? What sports? Let me know.  All-State Chorus Auditions – Music is here. If auditioning, see me.  Summative Assessments for most choirs begin this week. Study up! Practice Up!  Download those rehearsal tracks as posted on Edmodo.  If you are new to choir in the past week, please, make sure you have caught up with…. › The Handbook › The website › Edmodo › Paperwork to turn in › Student Information Link

7  Chorale: Tuesday – Written Solfege  Chorale: Thursday – Sung Solfege  Chorus: Monday – Continue Singing Solfege  Chorus: Next Monday: Part Singing Test  Show Choir: Thursday Performance Singing Test  Chamber Choir: Thursday – SS Test/Solfege

8  Need Name  Need to order accessories.  Patronships…Haven’t gotten any  Make sure minutes are taken and recorded  Sign up for weekly Mods on the schedule  Make sure to Leave No Trace  Don’t forget Academic Mods

9 Piano: Need permission to play. Gum: No Gum at all. Food: No food. Drinks: Drinks with a top that screws on. No spills. Restroom: 3 Emergencies to leave class a semester! Tardies: If you aren’t in your spot, singing by the first warm-up “Mums you are TARDY. – Tardy entries need passes either from a teacher or the front office.

10 Turning In Money  Put payment in envelope  Label envelope › Name: › Date: › Payment is for: › Amount: $  Turn into Mrs. Keisler  Pick up RECEIPT in magnetic folder by the music folder bins in room.  Keep receipts – Important! Don’t throw away!

11 Grades  Formative › Daily Rehearsals (Ensemble and Individual) › ILT Mod Work (Individual) › Quality of Singing and Content during rehearsals (Ensemble and Individual)  Summative › Singing Benchmark Checks (by section, ensemble, individual) › Written assessments (solfege ID, music labeling, definitions/vocabulary, etc…) › Text/lyric Benchmarks › CONCERTS – BIGGEST SUMMATIVE GRADES


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