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Music K-12
Music - Grade 3

Singing

Singing: warm-up
The learner will be able to sing warm-up exercises while listening for good diction, posture, and tone quality. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.1.1.
Strand Source Activities
Sing: short song Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Singing: a capella
The learner will be able to sing a capella (unaccompanied) with appropriate dynamics and phrasing. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.1.2.
Strand Source Activities
Sing: short song Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Singing: memorized
The learner will be able to sing a memorized song that emphasizes the cultural heritage of class members. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.1.3.
Strand Source Activities
Sing: short song Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Singing: ostinato
The learner will be able to sing an ostinato or partner song while maintaining a steady tempo. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.1.4.
Strand Source Activities
Sing: short song Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Singing: follow
The learner will be able to follow the conductor. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.1.5.
Strand Source Activities
Sing: short song Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Playing

Playing: given
The learner will be able to play a given pitch pattern. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.2.1.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: echo
The learner will be able to echo rhythmic or melodic patterns. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.2.2.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: easy
The learner will be able to play an easy ostinato accompaniment independently. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.2.3.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: maintain
The learner will be able to maintain a steady beat on a percussion instrument. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.2.4.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: short
The learner will be able to play a short melody using appropriate dynamics. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.2.5.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: instrument
The learner will be able to play an instrument with a group, following the cues of a conductor. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.2.6.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Reading

Reading: write
The learner will be able to read and write whole, half, quarter, and eighth notes and rests in 2/4 and 4/4 time signatures. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.3.1.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Reading: pitch
The learner will be able to read pitch notation by the letter names on the lines and spaces of the treble clef. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.3.2.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Reading: identify
The learner will be able to identify melodic direction in written pitch notation as moving up or down by steps or skips. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.3.3.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Reading: explain
The learner will be able to identify and explain dynamic markings for forte, mezzo forte, mezzo piano, piano, crescendo, and diminuendo (decrescendo). IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.3.4.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Reading: symbols
The learner will be able to identify and explain the symbols for a fermata, octave, and D.C. al fine. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.3.5.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Improvising

Improvising: respond
The learner will be able to respond on a melodic or rhythmic instrument to teacher given phrases. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.4.1.
Strand Source Activities
Improvising: Respond Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Improvising: create
The learner will be able to create simple rhythmic or melodic ostinatos on a traditional or non-traditional instrument. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.4.2.
Strand Source Activities
Improvising: Respond Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Improvising: invent
The learner will be able to invent short songs or pieces using several types of sounds. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.4.3.
Strand Source Activities
Improvising: Respond Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Composing

Composing: create
The learner will be able to create a song with the teacher's guidance, and record it either on tape or by notating it. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.5.1.
Strand Source Activities
Composing: Help Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Composing: notate
The learner will be able to notate a short melody. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.5.2.
Strand Source Activities
Composing: Help Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Composing: play
The learner will be able to play a short melody using traditional or non-traditional sounds. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.5.3.
Strand Source Activities
Composing: Help Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Listening

Listening: diagram
The learner will be able to diagram music forms such as AB or ABA. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.6.1.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Listening: use
The learner will be able to use movement to indicate changes in the form of the music, and talk about those changes. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.6.2.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Listening: write
The learner will be able to write a glossary of musical terms. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.6.3.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Listening: identify
The learner will be able to identify various instruments by sight or sound. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.6.4.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Listening: movements
The learner will be able to use movements to democstrate understanding of the musical events being heard. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.6.5.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Understanding

Understanding: compare
The learner will be able to compare and contrast two or more meanings of terms used in the arts. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.7.1.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: Talk Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Understanding: relate
The learner will be able to relate ideas learned or discussed in music to other situations in life. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.7.2.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: Talk Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Understanding culture

Understanding: identify
The learner will be able to identify familiar pieces of music from other eras. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.8.1.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: name Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Understanding: piece
The learner will be able to identify a piece of music from a cultural background in addition to those represented in the class. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.8.2.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: name Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Understanding: discuss
The learner will be able to discuss suitable music for special occasions and rituals. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.8.3.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: name Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Evaluating

Evaluating: compare
The learner will be able to compare two or more performances and compositions. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.9.1.
Strand Source Activities
Evaluating: listen Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Evaluating: discuss
The learner will be able to discuss likes and dislikes of musical examples using familiar musical terms. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 3.9.2.
Strand Source Activities
Evaluating: listen Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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