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Music K-12
Music - Grade 5

Playing

Playing: ostinato
The learner will be able to play an ostinato part independently. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.2.1.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: melody
The learner will be able to play a melody or rhythm in the proper tempo, using appropriate dynamics. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.2.2.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: accompaniment
The learner will be able to play an accompaniment to a class or group song. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.2.3.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: variety
The learner will be able to play a variety of music of various cultures and styles. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.2.4.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Playing: independent
The learner will be able to maintain an independent part on an instrument in a group while following the conductor. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.2.5.
Strand Source Activities
Playing Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Reading

Reading: read
The learner will be able to read and notate whole, half, dotted half, quarter, eighth, and sixteenth notes and rests in two, three, and four-four meter signatures. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.3.1.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Reading: pitch
The learner will be able to read given pitch patterns in treble and bass clef, including ledger lines and correctly interpreting the symbol for a flat. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.3.2.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Reading: accurately
The learner will be able to accurately play or sing music according to the indicated dynamics, tempo, and articulation. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.3.3.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Reading: correctly
The learner will be able to correctly identify the key signatures of C, F, and G major. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.3.4.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Reading: write
The learner will be able to write down short musical passages. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.3.5.
Strand Source Activities
Reading: use Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Singing

Singing: warm-ups
The learner will be able to sing warm-ups that stress diction, posture, and an appropriate singing tone. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.1.1.
Strand Source Activities
Sing: short song Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Singing: round
The learner will be able to sing a round with appropriate dynamics, phrasing, and interpretations. Maintain an independent part and keep a steady beat. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.1.2.
Strand Source Activities
Sing: short song Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Singing: memorized
The learner will be able to sing a memorized song in a foriegn language. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.1.3.
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, 5.1.4.
Strand Source Activities
Sing: short song Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Improvising

Improvising: simple
The learner will be able to create a simple accompaniment using a harmonic or classroom instrument. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.4.1.
Strand Source Activities
Improvising: Respond Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Improvising: rhythmic
The learner will be able to create a rhythmic or melodic ostinato to play against a melody. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.4.2.
Strand Source Activities
Improvising: Respond Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Improvising: invent
The learner will be able to invent a variation to a well-known melody or phrase. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.4.3.
Strand Source Activities
Improvising: Respond Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Improvising: echo
The learner will be able to echo patterns in various styles. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.4.4.
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 composition in duple meter. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.5.1.
Strand Source Activities
Composing: Help Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Composing: set
The learner will be able to set a composition to words. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.5.2.
Strand Source Activities
Composing: Help Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Composing: perform
The learner will be able to perform or sing an original composition. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.5.3.
Strand Source Activities
Composing: Help Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Listening

Listening: Identify
The learner will be able to identify musical forms such as AB, ABA, rondos, and variations when they are heard. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.6.1.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Listening: discuss
The learner will be able to discuss similarities and differences between music of various styles and cultures. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.6.2.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Listening: use
The learner will be able to use proper terms when explaining music, music notation, and performances. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.6.3.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Listening: sounds
The learner will be able to identify the sounds of percussion instruments and adult soprano and alto voices. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.6.4.
Strand Source Activities
Listening: Hand Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Listening: movement
The learner will be able to use movement to respond to musical events. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.6.5.
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 various arts, such as imagination, unity, repitition, or contrast. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.7.1.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: Talk Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Understanding: describe
The learner will be able to describe ways that music is related to other subjects. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.7.2.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: Talk Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Understanding: talk
The learner will be able to talk about something you have learned about life through your study of music. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.7.3.
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 works by composers such as Aaron Copland and George Gershwin. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.8.1.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: name Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Understanding: describe
The learner will be able to describe the use of musical elements in music from other parts of the world and compare it to the uses of musical elements in American music. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.8.2.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: name Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Understanding: name
The learner will be able to name some uses of music in everyday life. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.8.3.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: name Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Understanding: compare
The learner will be able to compare the roles of musicians in other cultures to their roles in our society. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.8.4.
Strand Source Activities
Understanding: name Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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Evaluating

Evaluating: help
The learner will be able to help write a class rubric or another evaluative tool to be used for evaluating musical works and performances. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.9.1.
Strand Source Activities
Evaluating: listen Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Evaluating: use
The learner will be able to use appropriate terms to explain your preferences for musical works and styles. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.9.2.
Strand Source Activities
Evaluating: listen Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
Evaluating: evaluate
The learner will be able to evaluate the quality of your own and others' works and performances. IN: Academic Standards, 2000, 5.9.3.
Strand Source Activities
Evaluating: listen Roachdale Elementary School(a) Classroom
  
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