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General Music. Day Two. Bell Work How To. Always LABEL you bell work with the date. You may use the same page for several of your bell works. ALWAYS use at least THREE complete sentences to answer the question. Save your bell work for bell work check in’s .

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General music

General Music

Day Two


Bell work how to

Bell Work How To

  • Always LABEL you bell workwith the date.

  • You may use the same page for several of your bell works.

  • ALWAYS use at least THREE complete sentences to answer the question.

  • Save your bell work for bell work check in’s.

  • If you miss class, you may go onto Mrs V’s website to get the missed bell work question. It is YOUR responsibility to get the bell work completed.


Bell work 2

Bell Work #2

Identify and describe three sounds that you think would be very difficult to describe to someone who has never heard sounds.

Remember to use THREE complete sentences!


Planner

Planner

  • No Homework today! ** Please write this in your planner.

  • Alternate option: Homework: music notation worksheets #2 & 3


Hand in

Hand In:

  • “All about me” worksheet


Today i will learn

Today I will learn:

  • I will learn about the national standards for music education.

  • I will review notes and rests.


National music standards

National Music Standards

Why we do what we do.


National standards for music education

National Standards for Music Education

1. Singing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.2. Performing on instruments, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.3. Improvising melodies, variations, and accompaniments.4. Composing and arranging music within specified guidelines.

5. Reading and notating music.6. Listening to, analyzing, and describing music.7. Evaluating music and music performances.8. Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.9. Understanding music in relation to history and culture.


Music notation

Music Notation

Introduction


Why do we need to know this

Why do we need to know this?

  • Music notation meets national standards.

  • We need to know how to read the language of music. (whole notes, half notes, etc.)

  • When we can read the language of music, we can write our own compositions.


Review music notation

Review Music Notation

  • Whole NoteWhole Rest

  • Half NoteHalf Rest

  • Quarter NoteQuarter Rest

  • Eighth NoteEighth Rest

  • Paired Eighth Notes(N/A)

  • Sixteenth NoteSixteenth Rest


Time signature

Time Signature

  • 4/4 Time

  • Top note means:

  • Bottom note means:


Note values in 4 4 time

Note Values in 4/4 Time

  • Whole Note/ rest

  • Half note/ rest

  • Quarter note/ rest

  • Eighth note/ rest

  • Paired Eighth notes

  • Sixteenth Note/ rest (Single/ Four)


The dot

“The dot”

  • The dot adds ½ the value of the original note to the note.

  • Half note + (1/2 the value) of a half note = ___________


Worksheet packet homework

Worksheet Packet Homework

  • Worksheet 2 & 3 due tomorrow.


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket:

  • On the back of your bell work sheet:

  • Draw and label:

  • Whole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, sixteenth note.


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