Unit: October-November Themes

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Unit Description

Continuing music literacy focus using music that reflects themes of the month of October and November (i.e., autumn, Halloween, and Thanksgiving).

Lessons

Unit 2-1 Kindergarten

SWBAT to understand and physically explore woodwind instruments

1,229
Unit 2-1 1st Grade

To read symbols of quarter note and quarter rest in rhythm

1,130
Unit 2-1 2nd Grade

SWBAT practice reading and playing Mary Had a Little Lamb from reading the pitches and beat matrix shown on the board

485
Unit 2-1 3rd Grade

Students will reading, writing and practicing playing whole notes on pitches D,C, and B on the recorder.

573
Unit 2-1 4th Grade

Students will practice playing half notes and whole notes on pitches D,C, B,and A on the recorder

258
Unit 2-1 5th Grade

SWBAT read, write and ask questions about the list of terms and definitions they will need to know to prepare for their first exam.

829
Unit 2-2 Kindergarten

Review Tonal color and family of instruments and explore the Brass family in more detail through touch, sight, and sound.

462
Unit 2-2 1st Grade

To introduce symbols of half note and half rest

442
Unit 2-2 2nd Grade

Students will practice reading and writing the notes on Exercise 1, 2, or 3 depending on what exercise they completed two weeks ago.

438
Unit 2-2 3rd Grade

Students will practice notating a phrase of music for pitch, rhythm and fingering recognition.

342
Unit 2-2 4th Grade

Students will practice reading and writing the notes on Exercise 1, 2, or 3 depending on what exercise they completed two weeks ago

267
Unit 2-2 5th Grade

Students will practice playing quarter note and quarter rest patterns using different hand patterns.

256
Unit 2-3 Kindergarten

Review Tonal color and family of instruments and explore the String family in more detail through touch, sight, and sound.

731
Unit 2-3 1st Grade

Students will read whole note, half notes, and quarter note rhythms in 4 beat patterns show comprehension by filling out the beat matrix in one of four 8 beat rhythms.

940
Unit 2-3 3rd Grade

Objective SWBAT identify the rhythms, pitches and fingerings on the first 4 bars of a new piece of music

716
Unit 2-3 3rd Grade

Students will practice reading and writing the notes on Exercise 1-4 depending on what exercise they completed two weeks ago.

281
Unit 2-3 4th Grade

Students will practice reading and writing the notes on Exercise 1-4 depending on what exercise they completed two weeks ago.

309
Unit 2-3 5th Grade

-Introduce a drum staff and compare and contrast it to a treble staff -Write a 4 beat rhythm that students label and can play on two instruments of a drumset -Tap quarter notes in 1 hand and eighth notes in the other.

301
Unit 2-4 Kindergarten

Review Tonal color and family of instruments and explore the Percussion family in more detail through touch, sight, and sound.

588
Unit 2-4 1st Grade

SWBAT integrate pitch letters with rhythms using colored note signs and use of beat matrix

404
Unit 2-2 2nd Grade

Be able to write the beat matrix, identify the pitch letters, and determine which hand to use for a 4 beat mystery melody that uses only pitches G-E LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE-SWBAT will correctly use Tier 3 vocabulary to explain techniques for decoding pitch on the treble staff.

380
Unit 2-4 5th Grade

-Assess knowledge of how a drum staff and compare and contrast it to a treble staff -Review 4 beat rhythms that students created last class -Play two rhythms with both hands on 2 different instruments.

244
Unit 2-4 3rd Grade

SWBAT answer all formative test questions according to the instructions to demonstrate how much they have learned through over the course of 8 music lessons. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE - Students will correctly use TIER 3 vocabulary to ask questions that they have about the quiz.

380
Unit 2-4 4th Grade

Students will take a test to demonstrate how much they have learned through doing 4 lessons in exercises to strengthen rhythm identification, pitch recognition, and fingering.

238
Observation Lesson

Students will be introduced to the 2nd four measures of "Jingle Bells" by identifying pitch names, rhythmic patterns, and guitar fingerings.

67

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