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7th Grade Part 1

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Matthew Tolman

on 9 April 2018

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Transcript of 7th Grade Part 1


8th Grade
Lesson Plan
February 20th - February 23rd
SW use sing songs from diverse repertoire.
Closure
Content Goal 1
Language Goal 1
SW be able to use syllables as math symbols.
Content Goal 2
Language Goal 2
SW perform on percussion instruments.
Closure
1. Did I take accountability of my own behavior.
2. Did I follow expectations?
3. Rate yourself from 1 tot 50.
4. Concerns
Make Your Day
Standard
MU.PR.6.8b
1. Ensure to dictate consonants harder when singing.
2. Ensure to dictate vowels softer when singing.
1. Always accent the consonants.
2. Stress the important words
and put less stress on the less important words.
3. Sing each phrase with the verbal thought behind it.
Si Jamais J'oublie
1. Today we learned how a singer expresses meaning.
2. What conclusions can you draw about 19th Century France based on the songs, On my Own, and Do You Hear the People Sing?
SW be able to use diction
techniques to sing with correctly.
Standard
MU.PR.4.8c
Read and perform
using notation.
• Turn to a partner and together formulate your own phrases to be able to perform music notation.
1) Half Note = One Syllable
2) Quarter Note = One Syllable
3) Eight Note = Two Syllables
4) Sixteenth Note = Four Syllables
• Develop a logical pattern to play alongside The Didgeridoo.
• Can you explain why your pattern made an effective grove played with The Digeredoo?
1. Today we were able to perform complicated rhythms with percussion instruments.
2. What subject in school can you relate to learning complicated rhythms?
3. Fill in the blank.
Cause and Effect: If I can play rhythms effectively I will be able to _______ more effectively.

7th Grade
Part 1
SW be able to demonstrate performance and audience decorum appropriate
for the occasion.
1) Performance and audience decorum
involves using proper diction.
2) Using proper diction make music aesthetic.
SW be able to use diction
techniques to sing with correctly.
SW be able to use diction
techniques in order to sing correctly.
SW be able to use diction
techniques to sing with correctly.

1. Always accent the consonants.
2. Always have a clear, crisp, pronunciation of consonants.
3. Always make the vowels softer than the consonants.
4. Always sing each phrase with the verbal thought behind it.

+ Turn to a partner and summarize how you could use good diction using line a to line d.
+ Turn to ta partner and disscuss where most of the consonants/stressed words occur using line a to line b.

SW be able to use diction
techniques to sing with correctly.
1. Always accent the consonants.
2. Always have a clear, crisp, pronunciation of consonants.
3. Always make the vowels softer than the consonants.
4. Always sing each phrase with the verbal thought behind it.
Ego
+ Turn to a partner and develop a pattern using proper diction.
+ Turn to a partern and analyze infromation about which consonants always fallen on beat 1, 2, 3, 4.
SW be able to use syllables as math symbals.
SW be able to use syllables as math symbals.
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