lesson plan from 4-18-94

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Teacher: Cremonese
M/A/M
Technology
OBJECTIVES/PA Standard
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Students will be able to:
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MON.
Room No. B-012
- Incorporate specific uses of traditional and
contemporary technologies within the design
for producing, performing and exhibiting
works in the arts or the works of others.
demonstrate proper and safe care and use of
music and technology materials (9.1.12H)
A. Know and use the critical process of the
examination of works in the arts and
humanities.
- Compare and contrast
- Analyze
- Interpret
- Form and test hypotheses
- Evaluate/form judgments
Week Beginning 2/9/15 through 2/13/15
MATERIALS
HP Desktops;
Teacher Laptop;
School Network,
Microsoft Word
software; Proethean
Board; Ricci Adams
HP Desktops;
Teacher Laptop;
School Network,
Microsoft Word
software; Proethean
Board; Ricci Adams
Music Theory Site
Music Theory Site
Instructional Strategies/
PROCEDURE
Take roll; Students will be introduced
to triadic construction. Students will
then go to the Theory Site, run through
‘Triad Trainer’ software and identify at
least 30 triads with at least 85%
accuracy. The resulting screen will be
converted to a graphic, placed in a
Word Document, saved to the student’s
H:\ drive and then copied into the turnin folder for the project marked
‘Triads’.
B.
Analyze and interpret specific
characteristics of works in the arts within
each art form (e.g., pentatonic scales in
Korean and Indonesian music).
(9.3.8 A, B)
Assessment
homework
Do/can students?:
- Identify intervals
on the treble/bass
staff with 85% or
better accuracy?
- Analyze and
construct wholesteps and halfsteps from a given
note
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TUES.
recognize, analyze and
construct major,
minor, diminished and
augmented triads
understand and
analyze designations
major, minor,
diminished,
augmented and perfect
relative to triads and
intervals.
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WED.
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Recognize, know, use and demonstrate a
variety of appropriate arts elements and
principles to produce, review and revise
original works in the arts.
• Music: • sing • play an instrument • read
and notate music • compose and arrange
•improvise (9.1.8 B)
Demonstrate and maintain materials,
equipment and tools safely at work
and performance spaces.
• Analyze the use of materials.
• Explain the use of
mechanical/electrical equipment.
• Demonstrate how to work in
selected physical space/environment.
(9.1.8 H)
THURS.
FRI.
Promethean board;
Teacher Laptop;
Yamaha PSRE403
Keyboard/synthesizer;
Keyboard helper
sheets; triadic and
scale construction
sheets.
Students will explore Yamaha e403
keyboards, dialing in voices (patches),
styles, and sequences from the onboard
musical database. Any back work
owed will be made up at student
discretion.
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Demonstrate the following: ½ step and
whole step from a given note (up and
down), Major 3rd, minor 3rd from a
given note (up only), and major and
minor triads. Students will work on
constructing and playing these
structures, using proper keyboard
fingerings. Additionally, students will
create major and natural minor scales
above a given note. .
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Differentiate patches
(voices), rhythms,
styles and programs on
the electronic
keyboards
Construct interv als,
triads and scalkes on
the keyboard as per the
theory assignments
completed at the music
theory site
Access different
voices, programs,
styles and rhythms on
the Yamaha keyboard
Utilize headphones
and splitters, and work
in cooperation with a
lab partner
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