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Students will identify and demonstrate on instruments: CONCEPTS: -Parts and Care -Notes: Open strings (reading D,A and rote for all strings) -Meter: 4/4 -Rhythms: reading: quarter notes, rests only, rote: quarter, eighth, half

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fifth grade orchestra objectives

Students will identify and demonstrate on instruments:

CONCEPTS:

-Parts and Care

-Notes: Open strings (reading D,A and rote for all strings)

-Meter: 4/4

-Rhythms: reading: quarter notes, rests only, rote: quarter, eighth, half

-Theory: bar lines, staff, repeat sign, clef, double bar, alphabet cycle

-Essential Elements Interactive free online resource for students

PROPER TECHNIQUE (separate hands first):

-Guitar, knee and play position on shoulders (5 steps, in and out for cello/bass),

-posture, feet

-Pizzicato, pencil bow hold to earn real bow

-Lift and set fingers on fingerboard tapes to change notes

MUSIC:

-EE book #1-9

-Reading basic symbols from pp. 4 & 5 (double bar, repeat, quarter notes and rests, counting beats, staff, clef, time signature)

ACTIVITIES

-Sing D scale notes for “Where is the scroll?” parts ID song for bow and instrument

-Uncasing, 5 steps, parking lot, snap fingers to stand (feet ready Hot Seat game), ready position to play position and back, angle of chair to stand, echoes with teacher and other students, partner help

-Instrument parts written test (answer choices on board)

-Bow exercises, echoes, “knee to D” 10 times with fingers staying in place, rests between note changes with all rote music when adding bow (“Mississippi Stop Stop, wait, wait, ready, go”)

-MSS Circle of Strings rote / call and response D and A string rhythms, chains from student to student

-Interactive Resource online (using class screen) for instructional videos, musical accompaniments

Fifth Grade Orchestra Objectives

First Six Weeks

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Fifth Grade Orchestra Objectives

Second Six Weeks

Students will identify and demonstrate on instruments:

CONCEPTS:

-Parts and Care (continued)

-Notes: Open strings (reading D,A and rote for all strings), D String Notes (with and without music)

-Meter: 4/4

-Rhythms: reading: quarter notes, rests only, rote: quarter, eighth, half

-Theory: bar lines, staff, repeat sign, clef, double bar, alphabet cycle (forwards and backwards)

PROPER TECHNIQUE (separate hands first):

-Guitar, knee and play position on shoulders (5 steps, in and out for c/b)

-Posture, feet

-Pizzicato and arco (with and without bow)

-Lift and set fingers on fingerboard tapes to change notes with soft thumbs on pillow (vln, vla: straight wrist, “V” / cello, bass (elbow straight out)

MUSIC:

-EE book #s: 10-36 notes on D String / Review #1-9 (add arco)

-Holiday Tunes: #20, 36, 41, plus Jolly Old St. Nick sheet music for the concert

-Rote: Open Strings var. A rhythm on all strings, Monkey Song, Hot Crossed Buns, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Twinkle var. A

ACTIVITIES

-5 steps, parking lot, snap fingers to stand (feet ready), ready position to play position and back, angle of chair to stand, echoes with teacher and other students, partner help

-Playing Test (individually or as a group) -Write story for programmatic music while listening to “Graceful Ghost Rag”

-Bow Games and demonstrations of book music and rote melodies: echoes with teacher, chains, add ins, small group, large group (“Mississippi Stop Stop “) -YouTube videos, including: Stronger by “Time for Three” (bullying)

-MSS Circle of Strings (“wait, wait, ready, go” between strings when first learning this)

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Fifth Grade Orchestra Objectives

Third Six Weeks

Students will identify and demonstrate on instruments:

CONCEPTS:

-Notes: Open strings (reading D,A and rote for all strings), D String Notes (with and without music)

-Meter: 4/4

-Rhythms: reading: quarter notes, rests only, add eighth for UOTHTop rote: quarter, eighth, half

-Theory: bar lines, staff, repeat sign, clef, double bar, alphabet cycle (forwards and backwards), notes on staff

PROPER TECHNIQUE (separate hands first):

-Bow exercises (tornadoes, spell name with tip of bow, windshield wipers, favorite spelling word in the air)

-Posture, feet

-1. Sing 2. Pizzicato 3. Arco

-Lift and set fingers on fingerboard tapes to change notes with soft thumbs on pillow (vln, vla: straight wrist, “V” / cello, bass (elbow straight out)

MUSIC:

-EE book #s: 17- 41 notes on D and A Strings

-Holiday Tunes: #20, 36, 41, plus Jolly Old St. Nick and Up On the Housetop sheet music for the concert

-Rote: Circle of Strings, Twinkle var. A, B, C, and Theme slow bow (half notes) rhythms

ACTIVITIES

-Playing Test (individually or as a group)

-Bow Games and demonstrations of book music and rote melodies: echoes with teacher, chains, add ins, small group, large group

-Circle of String sdailywarmup

-Demonstrations, Echoes with teachers

-Sing and say/pizzicato note reading from the staff

-Staff flashcards for D Major one octave scale

sixth grade orchestra objectives

Students will identify and demonstrate on instruments:

CONCEPTS:

-D and G scales using Twinkle variation rhythms, quarter and half note rhythms

-Introduction to first 2 finger patterns (low second fingers on D and A strings, E and A for bass)

-Reading from staff and playing G string notes / E & A for bass

-4/4 and 3/4 time signature, dotted half note value

-Counting whole, half, quarter and eight not rhythms using Eastman System

-Slurred and tied notes (bow distribution and speed)

-Essential Elements Interactive free online resource for students

PROPER TECHNIQUE:

-Proper position and bow hold review

-Tone / bow arm weight

-Bow distribution and speed for dotted half note

MUSIC:

-EE book #92, 98, 99-101, #119-124, EE book 2 in class #1-12

-Old Joe Clark Fiddle Tune (rote learning with tune, adding bass line and improvisation)

-March Heroic (double stops, accidentals, low C natural, G string notes)

-G Major Rounds (harmony, intonation, steady beat, G string notes)

-Patriotic piece, D Major, slurs, dotted quarter notes, 4 part harmony)

ACTIVITIES

-Play rote warm ups (finger patterns, scales, echoes, chains one at a time with steady beat)

-Small groups, individual playing tests, YouTube videos of professionals, Musical Jokes on screen

-Air bow and count out loud, shadow bow, play as an ensemble

-Circle of Strings using Twinkle Rhythms *(C,G,D,A,E open strings tonal warm up)

-Interactive Resource online (using class screen) for instructional videos, musical accompaniments

-Sponge listening of professional recordings and self tuning with iPad using Tonal Energy

Sixth Grade Orchestra Objectives

First Six Weeks

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Sixth Grade Orchestra Objectives

Second Six Weeks

Students will identify and demonstrate on instruments:

CONCEPTS:

-D and G scales using Twinkle variation rhythms, quarter and half note rhythms

-Introduction to first 2 finger patterns (low second fingers on D and A strings, E for bass)

-Reading from staff and playing G string notes / E & A for bass

-3/4 time signature, dotted half note value / Review: quarter, half, eighth, whole note and rest values

-Counting Rhythms using Eastman System

PROPER TECHNIQUE:

-Proper position and bow hold review

-Tone / bow arm weight

-Bow distribution and speed for dotted half note and whole notes (“very slow bow, very very slow bow)

-slurs and ties (crossing strings)

MUSIC:

-EE book #106, 108, 110, 112, 126-135 (natural notes, finger pattern 1)

-Review: March Heroic (Quarter note = 120 with metronome), Old Joe Clark chords and tune

*add: Old Joe Clark break line and multiple parts

-(D Major, ¾ time, slurs, dotted quarter notes, 4 part harmony)

-Rounds (2 pages)

-Holiday music: Celtic Christmas Fantasy, Rockin’ Ol St. Nick, Holiday melody packets

ACTIVITIES

-Play rote warm ups (finger patterns, scales, echoes, chains one at a time with steady beat)

-Small groups, individual playing tests, YouTube videos of professionals (“Stronger” by Time for Three)

-Airbow and count out loud, shadow bow, play as an ensemble

-Circle of Strings and Finger Patterns using Twinkle Rhythms *(C,G,D,A,E open strings tonal warmup)

-Sponge listening of professional recordings with iPod and self tuning with iPad using Tonal Energy

-****Music rehearsed in large and small groups / PTA Concert at Butler, Fall Festival at Pope

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Sixth Grade Orchestra Objectives

Third Six Weeks

Students will identify and demonstrate on instruments:

CONCEPTS:

-D, G, and C scales using slurred and hooked bowings, quarter and half note rhythms

-Introduction to first 2 finger patterns (low second fingers on D and A strings, E for bass)

-Reading from staff and playing G string notes / E & A for bass, intro to C string

-3/4 time signature, dotted half note value / Review: quarter, half, eighth, whole note and rest values

-Sightreading using STARS technique

-Introduction to vibrato

PROPER TECHNIQUE:

-Proper position and bow hold review

-Tone / bow arm weight

-Bow distribution and speed for dotted half note and whole notes (“very slow bow, very very slow bow)

-slurs and ties (crossing strings)

MUSIC:

-EE book #126-141 (natural notes, finger pattern 1)

-Holiday music: Rockin’Old St. Nick, Celtic Christmas Fantasy, Carol of the Bells, Holiday Packet: Rudolph, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, We Three Kings, Deck the Halls

ACTIVITIES

-Play rote warm ups (finger patterns, scales, echoes, chains one at a time with steady beat)

-Small groups, individual playing tests, YouTube videos of professionals

-Airbow and count out loud, shadow bow, play as an ensemble

-Circle of Strings using Twinkle Rhythms *(C,G,D,A,E open strings tonal warmup)

-Holiday Concerts

-****Music rehearsed in large and small groups