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Music K-12
Music - High School Choir

Vocal Production

Singing Alone and With Others
The learner will be able to learners identify vocal characteristics. Learners sing a varied repertoire of music. They are able to describe various aspects of vocal production and are able to sing songs in a style appropriate to each (H.1.1, H.1.2). Learners will sing from memory, with proper technique and breath control. The learner will sing music written in three or four parts, with or without accompaniment (H.1.3, H.1.4). Learners will follow the cues of a conductor (H.1.6).
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Singing Alone and With Others North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
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Music Theory

Reading, Notating and Interpreting Music
The learner will be able to learners will identify and define standard notation symbols for pitch, rhythm, dynamics, tempo, articulation and expression (H.3.1, H.3.2).
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Music Symbols/Terms North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Sight Reading
The learner will be able to learners will sight read simple melodies in treble and bass clef applicable to their performance medium (H.3.3, H.3.4). Learners will notate rhythms and simple melodies while listening.
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Reading Music North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
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Evaluating/Listening to Music

Improvising, Composing and Listening
The learner will be able to learners will be able to improvise stylistically appropriate melodies or harmonies (H.4.1). Learners will be able to create a harmony for a given melody (H.4.2). Learners will compose music creatively and expressively, using elements of music as they do so (H.5.1, H.5.2). Learners will identify basic music forms when heard, use correct terms when describing events, musical devises, or instruments used (H.6.1, H.6.2).
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Listening Skills North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Evaluating Music and Music Performances
The learner will be able to learners define their concept of music quality. They will name specific criteria to be used in evaluting. They will evaluate a performance (all aspects of a performance), by comparing it to similar or exemplary models (H.9.1, H.9.2).
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Basic Evaluation North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
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Music History

Music in Relation to Culture and Art
The learner will be able to learners will describe similarities among different art forms across cultures and among different disciplines and the arts (H.7.1). Learners gain a better understanding of the artistic process (H.7.2). Learners will applyy the musical and non-musical skills learned through participation in performance ensembles to other life settings and they integrate the elements of music with other art forms (H.7.3, H.7.4, H.7.5). Learners will classify by historical context, genre and style a varies body of musical works (H.8.1, H.8.2, H.8.3).
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Musical Origins North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
Knowledge/Skills
The learner will be able to learners will have a solid foundation of music history knowledge that can help them if they chose to continue studying music after high school.
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Musical Origins North Putnam School(a) Classroom
  
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