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Dr. Hodges’ Lesson Plan. Friday, November 21, 2014. Band. 8:15 – 9:00 a.m. Goal ML.1 Apply the elements of music and musical techniques in order to sing and play music with accuracy and expression.

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Dr hodges lesson plan

Dr. Hodges’ Lesson Plan

Friday, November 21, 2014


Band

8:15 – 9:00 a.m.

Goal

ML.1 Apply the elements of music and musical techniques in order to sing and play music with accuracy and expression.


ObjectiveML.1.2 Use the fundamental techniques (such as posture, playing position, breath control, fingerings, and bow/stick control) necessary to sing and/or play and instrument in addition to listening skills while playing an instrument.

  • BUZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thursday 7 & 8 to Gd 6 @ 9:15

  • Set-up Crew at 1:45 p.m.


What should i learn today
What should I learn today?

  • G concert Major key signature;

  • New fingering /sticking patterns; and

  • New interpretative skills


Tonight
Tonight

  • Arrive no later than 6:00 p.m.

  • Concert starts at 7:00 p.m

  • White top / Black pants / Dress Shoes

  • No Colored Nail Polish – Natural only

  • N0 Visible Lingerie

  • Ear rings – eraser sized posts only

  • No pre-concert Visitors

  • Use restroom before leaving home

  • You are responsible for whatever you may need at your seat.


Tonight1
Tonight

  • No corridor talking while waiting to enter

  • REMEMBER – you represent your PARENTS, your TEACHERS, your SCHOOL, but most importantly

    Yourself


Today s focus spring concert preparation warm up e con minor scale double ratamacue
Today’s Focus Spring Concert PreparationWarm-up e con. minor Scale / Double Ratamacue

TEST Friday 05/04/12

Star Spangled Banner - All

My Country 'Tis of Thee - All

America the Beautiful - All

When the Saints go Marching In – Gd. 6

Old MacDonald Had a Band – Gd. 6

Ode to Joy – Gd. 6

Kingsridge - All

On The Mall - Gd. 7 & 8

Battle Hymn of the Republic Gd. 7 & 8

Marches of America Gd. 7 & 8


General music 8 9 00 9 45
General Music 89:00 – 9:45

Goal

CR.1 Understand global, interdisciplinary, and 21st Century connections with music.


By the end of class what should i have learned today
By the end of class, what should I have learned today?

  • Appropriate use/application of traditional rhythmic notation

  • The influence of outside (extrinsic) forces upon history, music and musicians.

  • Aural identification or musical attributes from listening examples.


Objective ML.2.1 Interpret, standard musical notation for whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, and dotted note and rest durations in 2/4, ¾, 4/4, and 6/8 meter signatures.Today’sRhythm 70 – Tiffani, Keandrea, Omari

Process:

Identify the note values found in this rhythm. Find the smallest value note or rest

Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents

Transfer the information to the rhythm Explain your answer

Count aloud, clap the rhythm

2

4


Objective ML.2.1 Interpret, standard musical notation for whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, and dotted note and rest durations in 2/4, ¾, 4/4, and 6/8 meter signatures.

2

4

1 e & a 2 e & a


Vocabulary repeat v or n
VocabularyRepeat (v or n)

  • To play it again.


Listening
Listening

  • Wednesday we discussed “What makes a good performance?”

    • Lighting

    • Sound system

    • Audience Interaction

    • Diction

    • Balance

    • Blend

    • Instrumentation

    • Harmonies

    • Diversity/Variety


What makes a bad performance
What makes a bad performance?

  • Lighting

  • Sound system

  • Audience Interaction

  • Good Diction

  • Balance

  • Blend

  • Instrumentation

  • Harmonies

  • Diversity/Variety


9:45 – 10:30

Grade 6 Band


ObjectiveML.1.2 Use the fundamental techniques (such as posture, playing position, breath control, fingerings, and bow/stick control) necessary to sing and/or play and instrument in addition to listening skills while playing an instrument.

  • BUZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thursday 7 & 8 to Gd 6 @ 9:15

  • Set-up Crew at 1:45 p.m.


What should i learn today1
What should I learn today?

  • G concert Major key signature;

  • New fingering /sticking patterns; and

  • New interpretative skills


Tonight2
Tonight

  • Arrive no later than 6:00 p.m.

  • Concert starts at 7:00 p.m

  • White top / Black pants / Dress Shoes

  • No Colored Nail Polish – Natural only

  • N0 Visible Lingerie

  • Ear rings – eraser sized posts only

  • No pre-concert Visitors

  • Use restroom before leaving home

  • You are responsible for whatever you may need at your seat.

Tonight


Tonight3
Tonight

  • No corridor talking while waiting to enter

  • REMEMBER – you represent your PARENTS, your TEACHERS, your SCHOOL, but most importantly

    Yourself


Today s focus spring concert preparation warm up e con minor scale double ratamacue1
Today’s Focus Spring Concert PreparationWarm-up e con. minor Scale / Double Ratamacue

TEST Friday 05/04/12

Star Spangled Banner - All

My Country 'Tis of Thee - All

America the Beautiful - All

When the Saints go Marching In – Gd. 6

Old MacDonald Had a Band – Gd. 6

Ode to Joy – Gd. 6

Kingsridge - All

On The Mall - Gd. 7 & 8

Battle Hymn of the Republic Gd. 7 & 8

Marches of America Gd. 7 & 8


General music 6 10 30 11 15
General Music 610:30 – 11:15

Goal

CR.1 Understand global, interdisciplinary, and 21st Century connections with music.


By the end of class what should i have learned today1
By the end of class, what should I have learned today?

  • Appropriate use/application of traditional rhythmic notation

  • The influence of outside (extrinsic) forces upon history, music and musicians.

  • Aural identification or musical attributes from listening examples.


Objective ML.2.1 Interpret, standard musical notation for whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, and dotted note and rest durations in 2/4, ¾, 4/4, and 6/8 meter signatures.Today’sRhythm 70 – Tiffani, Keandrea, Omari

Process:

Identify the note values found in this rhythm. Find the smallest value note or rest

Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents

Transfer the information to the rhythm Explain your answer

Count aloud, clap the rhythm

2

4


Objective ML.2.1 Interpret, standard musical notation for whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, and dotted note and rest durations in 2/4, ¾, 4/4, and 6/8 meter signatures.

2

4

1 e & a 2 e & a


Vocabulary repeat v or n1
VocabularyRepeat (v or n)

  • To play it again.


Listening1
Listening

  • Wednesday we discussed “What makes a good performance?”

    • Lighting

    • Sound system

    • Audience Interaction

    • Diction

    • Balance

    • Blend

    • Instrumentation

    • Harmonies

    • Diversity/Variety


What makes a bad performance1
What makes a bad performance?

  • Lighting

  • Sound system

  • Audience Interaction

  • Good Diction

  • Balance

  • Blend

  • Instrumentation

  • Harmonies

  • Diversity/Variety


Lunch
Lunch

11:15 – 12:15


12:15 – 1:00

Grade 7 Band Goal

MR.1 understand the interacting elements to respond to music and music performances.


ObjectiveML.1.2 Use the fundamental techniques (such as posture, playing position, breath control, fingerings, and bow/stick control) necessary to sing and/or play and instrument in addition to listening skills while playing an instrument.

  • BUZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thursday 7 & 8 to Gd 6 @ 9:15

  • Set-up Crew at 1:45 p.m.


What should i learn today2
What should I learn today?

  • G concert Major key signature;

  • New fingering /sticking patterns; and

  • New interpretative skills


Tonight4
Tonight

  • Arrive no later than 6:00 p.m.

  • Concert starts at 7:00 p.m

  • White top / Black pants / Dress Shoes

  • No Colored Nail Polish – Natural only

  • N0 Visible Lingerie

  • Ear rings – eraser sized posts only

  • No pre-concert Visitors

  • Use restroom before leaving home

  • You are responsible for whatever you may need at your seat.

Tonight


Tonight5
Tonight

  • No corridor talking while waiting to enter

  • REMEMBER – you represent your PARENTS, your TEACHERS, your SCHOOL, but most importantly

    Yourself


Today s focus spring concert preparation warm up e con minor scale double ratamacue2
Today’s Focus Spring Concert PreparationWarm-up e con. minor Scale / Double Ratamacue

TEST Friday 05/04/12

Star Spangled Banner - All

My Country 'Tis of Thee - All

America the Beautiful - All

When the Saints go Marching In – Gd. 6

Old MacDonald Had a Band – Gd. 6

Ode to Joy – Gd. 6

Kingsridge - All

On The Mall - Gd. 7 & 8

Battle Hymn of the Republic Gd. 7 & 8

Marches of America Gd. 7 & 8


General music 7
General Music 7

1:00 – 1:45


By the end of class what should i have learned today2
By the end of class, what should I have learned today?

  • Appropriate use/application of traditional rhythmic notation

  • The influence of outside (extrinsic) forces upon history, music and musicians.

  • Aural identification or musical attributes from listening examples.


Objective ML.2.1 Interpret, standard musical notation for whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, and dotted note and rest durations in 2/4, ¾, 4/4, and 6/8 meter signatures.Today’sRhythm 70 – Tiffani, Keandrea, Omari

Process:

Identify the note values found in this rhythm. Find the smallest value note or rest

Write a measure of that value with the counting Circle equivalents

Transfer the information to the rhythm Explain your answer

Count aloud, clap the rhythm

2

4


Objective ML.2.1 Interpret, standard musical notation for whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, and dotted note and rest durations in 2/4, ¾, 4/4, and 6/8 meter signatures.

2

4

1 e & a 2 e & a


Vocabulary repeat v or n2
VocabularyRepeat (v or n)

  • To play it again.


Listening2
Listening

  • Wednesday we discussed “What makes a good performance?”

    • Lighting

    • Sound system

    • Audience Interaction

    • Diction

    • Balance

    • Blend

    • Instrumentation

    • Harmonies

    • Diversity/Variety


What makes a bad performance2
What makes a bad performance?

  • Lighting

  • Sound system

  • Audience Interaction

  • Good Diction

  • Balance

  • Blend

  • Instrumentation

  • Harmonies

  • Diversity/Variety


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