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  1. Bell-Ringer Please list five (5) expectations for success in this class. Use your syllabus and/or class notes if needed.

  2. Learning Targets • I can explain who listens to music. • I can explain ways people listen to music. • I can explain what music is (and is not).

  3. Part I: Listening Techniques • Who listens to music?

  4. Everyone listens to music. • On a clean sheet of paper, write down seven (7) ways people listen to music. Example: people jogging listening to I-pods.

  5. Let’s share! • Be prepared to share at least one of the ways that people listen to music.

  6. Read the following passage. Be prepared to give the “gist” of the passage to a classmate. Never before in the history of humanity has music been such a pervasive force within our culture. Because of the explosion of electronic sound reproduction, music has become a prominent feature of our daily life. We constantly listen to music within a variety of settings that are both functional and recreational. - Professor Ronald Pen - University of Kentucky

  7. What was the main idea of the passage we read? • On the same sheet of paper you used for the seven ways people listen to music, write down one (1) sentence that explains the main idea of the passage. (Be sure to use correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation.)

  8. H.O.T. Question How might things change in the future to affect how we experience music in our lives?

  9. Learning Targets • I can explain who listens to music. • I can explain ways people listen to music. • I can explain what music is (and is not).

  10. What is Music? • Music is sound ordered in time.

  11. Music as Language • Music is a language, a form of communication. Question for discussion: How do you think social and historical context affects how well music communicates?

  12. Music and Noise • Noise is the antithesis of music. Order in sound is the key as to whether we perceive noise or music. Question for discussion: how does the personal judgment of each individual listener ultimately determine the distinction between music and noise?

  13. Learning Targets • I can explain who listens to music. • I can explain ways people listen to music. • I can explain what music is (and is not).

  14. How well did you learn stuff today? Be prepared to answer these questions. • Who listens to music? • In what ways do people listen to music? • What is music? • What is music not?

  15. Quick Answers • 1) Everybody • 2) Portable devices, in cars, on elevators, live performance, dinner, TV, etc., etc., etc.. • 3) Music is sound ordered in time. • 4) Music is not noise.

  16. Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy!