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Unwrapping the Common Core Standards

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Unwrapping the
Common Core
Standards

Unwrapping the Standards
Bloom's Revised Taxonomy
Levels of Inquiry

EPS Standard or Oklahoma PASS
Standard 1: Language of Music



The students will read, notate and interpret music.

Objective 1.

The student will define and use the correct terminology to identify and discuss the elements.

Objective 2.

The students will identify basic notational symbols (written representation of music), including: treble and bass clef, time signatures; (2/4,3/4,4/4, and 6/8); note values (whole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, dotted half note, dotted quarter note, and corresponding rests) and composer, text, author and editorial markings.

Objective 3

The students will experiment with variations in and demonstrate understanding of tempo (speed), tone quality (sound quality), dynamic (degree of loudness) and phrasing for expressive purpose in performing music.

Objective 4

The students will identify visually and aurally ( i.e. classification of voice ranges and understanding of choral octavo).

Objective 5

The students will notate (written representation of music) simple pitch and rhythm patterns presented aurally.

Objective 6:

The students will learn solfege systems and perform at sight using diatonic and chromatic syllables.

EPS Standard or Oklahoma PASS
Standard 2: Music History and Culture



The students will recognize the development of music from a historical and cultural perspective

Objective 1.

The students will sing or play a variety of folk, ethnic, and classical, and contemporary musical compositions.

Objective 2.

The students will recognize, describe and listen to music from a variety of styles, periods, and cultures.

Objective 3.

The students will identify and differentiate the use of musical elements and compare them to the use of musical elements in American music.

Objective 4

The students will identify and describe the roles of musicians in various music settings and cultures.

EPS Standard or Oklahoma PASS
Standard 3: Music Expression (*note- instrument = voice)



The students will perform, compose, improvise and arrange a variety of music within specified guidelines.

Objective 1.

The students will perform basic tonal patterns and rhythm patterns on classroom instruments (vocally, percussion instruments, and sight reading).

Objective 2.

The students will demonstrate the ability to read music from basic notation in treble or bass clef (e.g., folk songs, patriotic songs).

Objective 3.

The students will sing with an acceptable tone quality throughout his/her singing ranges while demonstrating appropriate posture.

Objective 4

The students will compose music using a variety of sound sources, including electronic and technology when available.

Objective 5

The students will respond physically or using classroom instruments (voice) to basic rhythm patterns (including triplets, dotted rhythms, syncopation).

Objective 6

The students will perform and create melodies and accompaniments in solo or group ensembles through singing and playing instruments (e.g. body rhythm, percussion, snaps, tones and chimes).

Objective 7

The students will sing or play musical compositions demonstrating knowledge of tonal and rhythmic elements (including syncopated patterns, beat and off beats).

Objective 8

The students will use a system for counting beat ant rhythm patterns (rhythm syllables and body movement) to demonstrate knowledge of rhythms found in musical compositions.

Objective 9

The students will identify uses of music in everyday life (film, television, background music, and commercials).

Objective 10

The students will recognize and identify the appropriate ways to use the following elements of music style: dynamics, tempo, conducting patterns and simple meters, and articulation.

Objective 11:

The students will learn to sing harmony with a choral setting.

EPS Standard or Oklahoma PASS
Standard 4: Music Appreciation



The students will learn to appreciate music and extend their listening beyond music currently familiar to the student.

Objective 1.

The students will recognize and practice appropriate audience performer behavior appropriate for the context and style of music performed.

Objective 2.

The students will demonstrate respect for music performed by the student and other students and professional performers.

Objective 3.

The students will identify criteria for evaluating a musical composition or a musical performance.

EPS Standard or Oklahoma PASS
Standard 5: Stage Decorum



The students will learn to exhibit appropriate stage decorum.

Objective 1.

The students will demonstrate movement on and off stage in a manner appropriate to the concert setting.

Objective 2.

The students will demonstrate appropriate performance demeanor to promote a successful outcome.

Objective 3.

The students will wear appropriate concert attire.
Depth of Knowledge
This is the one for worksheet. We need to add verbs and nouns.
EPS Standard or Oklahoma PASS
Standard 1: Language of Music

The students will read, notate and interpret music.
Objective 1.
The student will define and use the correct terminology to identify and discuss the elements.
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