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Music K-12
Music - 6th Grade Choir

Vocal Production

Vocal Pedagogy
The learner will be able to understand how vocal sound is produced. (6.1.1) Understand proper vocal health.
Strand Source Activities
Basic Vocal Pedagogy North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Singing With Others
The learner will be able to sing in an ensemble with appropriate dynamics, phrasing and blend. (6.1.2) Sing music written in two parts (6.1.4) Sing songs using ostinatos, partner songs and in rounds. (6.1.3).
Strand Source Activities
Singing Alone and With Others North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Singing Alone
The learner will be able to sing on pitch and in rhythm, with proper tone, diction, posture and with a steady tempo. (6.1.1) The learner will sing with proper breath control (6.1.1).
Strand Source Activities
Singing Alone and With Others North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
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Music Theory

Note Names, Treble Clef
The learner will be able to identify the note names on the treble clef. (6.3.1) Notate proper notes on the treble clef. (6.3.1).
Strand Source Activities
Reading Music North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Note Names Bass Clef
The learner will be able to identify the names of notes on the bass clef (6.3.1) Notate the proper notes on the bass clef (6.3.1).
Strand Source Activities
Reading Music North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Note Values
The learner will be able to identify and understand: eighth, quarter, half, whole notes (6.3.1). Learners will be able to notate: eighth, quarter, half, whole notes (6.3.1).
Strand Source Activities
Reading Music North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Simple Meter
The learner will be able to read, perform, and notate music notation in simple meters (6.3.1).
Strand Source Activities
Reading Music North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Solfege
The learner will be able to identify and perform the C-scale using the proper solfege syllables (6.3.2) Using solfege syllables, the learners will sight-read simple melodies in treble clef. (6.3.3).
Strand Source Activities
Music Symbols/Terms North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Composing and Arranging
The learner will be able to learners will be able to create a simple melodic, rhythmic peice for various lessons and activities (6.5.1), (6.4.2), (6.5.2).
Strand Source Activities
Notating Music North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
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Evaluating/Listening to Music

Music Listening
The learner will be able to learner will be introduced to musical forms (AB and ABA), listen and identify them (6.6.1). Learner will be introduced to Major and Minor tonalities, listen and identify them (6.6.2). Learner will be introduced to, and be able to identify the different musical instruments/families. (6.6.3).
Strand Source Activities
Listening Skills North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Evaluating Music
The learner will be able to learners will write a description of a musical work studied or performed, using appropriate terms (6.6.4). Learners will create their own way to evaluate/assess performances/performers (6.9.1). Learners will discuss their likes/dislikes of certain composers, styles and pieces, using familliar terms (6.9.2). Learners will understand proper concert/musical event behavior, (audience and performer) (6.9.3).
Strand Source Activities
Basic Evaluation North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
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Music History

Musical Eras
The learner will be able to understand and identify the different musical eras (6.8.1) Learners will be introduced to music from each era, while comparing and contrasting.
Strand Source Activities
Musical Origins North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Music in Relation to Culture and Arts
The learner will be able to identify the different roles of musicians in many cultures and settings (6.8.3). Understand the relationship between terms and meanings used in the arts and in other subject areas (6.7.1), (6.7.2). The learner will study a particular musical style and explore its relevance to visual arts and other cultures (6.7.3).
Strand Source Activities
Musical Origins North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
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