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Supplementary Information for Experimental Topic Courses 100
Originated by:
S. Austin
Date:
Discipline:
Course Outline Information:
1.
Department & Alpha Numeric
2.
Course Title:
3.
Title V Credit Status:
MUSIC
100
4/22/13
MUSIC
H
Number of Weeks:
18
Continuing Group Voice: Phonation
X CCC Degree credit (Elective only)
Non-degree credit
Non-credit
GE Breadth Requirements (P.E. Activity courses only)
4.
Hrs per term:
5.
Units: 1-3
6.
Lecture:
18-36
Lab:
0-18
Open Entry/Open Exit:
Yes
Hrs by Arrange:
No X
0-54
Activity:
Material Fee:
Brief Course Description
This course provides continuing vocal instruction in tone production, breathing, placement and song
interpretation through phonation understanding and technical drill in late-elementary vocal repertoire.
7. Course Content: (In detail; attach additional information as needed and include percentage breakdown)
10
10
20
10
10
20
5
15
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
Body awareness and balance
Respiration
Tone Production
Rhythmic accuracy
Pitch accuracy
Expression
Poise
Developing musicianship skills through written activities, and the study of techniques for
expressive performance.
8. Methods of Instruction
Lecture, demonstration and rehearsal, collaborative learning, research, performance evaluation, group vocalization,
text study.
9. Instructional Materials: (Include required texts, editions, publishers, dates and supplementary materials)
Textbook Title:
The Singing Book
Author:
Publisher:
Edition/Date:
Meribeth Bunch
W. W. Norton & Company
2004
Textbook Title:
Author:
Publisher:
Edition/Date:
Textbook Title:
Author:
Publisher:
Edition/Date:
Twenty-Four Italian Songs and Arias
Collection from various composers
G. Schirmer, Inc.
1948 – (International, Traditional Vocal Pedagogy Text)
Theory Notebook Complete
Brimhall, John
Chas. H. Hansen Music Corp.
1969
10. Methods of Evaluating Student Performance: (Show percentage breakdown for evaluation instruments)
80
10
10
%
%
%
Individual skill evaluation including performances and presentations.
Written theory, piano skills, and ear training
Research and critical analysis
11. Grading Policy (Choose LG, CR/NC, or SC)
Letter Grade
Pass / No Pass
90% - 100% = A
80% - 89% = B
70% - 79% = C
60% - 69% = D
Below 60% = F
70% and above = Pass
Below 70% = No Pass
12. Transfer Information:
CSU transfer: Elective only
X
Student Choice
90% - 100% = A
80% - 89% = B
70% - 79% = C
60% - 69% = D
Below 60% = F
or
70% and above = Pass
Below 70% = No Pass
CONTRA COSTA COLLEGE
Variable Topic Course-Level
Student Learning Outcomes with Assessment Methods and Criteria
Department/Course Number:
MUSIC 100B
Date: 4/22/2013
Course Title: Continuing Group Voice: Phonation
Does this course satisfy the GE requirement Area H. Physical Education Activity?
Intended Outcome
1. Students will be able to
sight sing simple
notation, a cappella
demonstrating
fundamental phonation
technique for centered
intonation.
Assessment Method
Students will demonstrate the
embedded sight reading example
during their sight singing
evaluation.
3.
4.
5.
You may have more (or fewer) than five outcomes. Attach separate pages as needed.
Form Revised 10/08
X No
Assessment Criteria
75% of the students will be able to
correctly demonstrate the notation
and the rhythmic values with centered
intonation.
2.
Please print this page out as a separate form
Yes
30
Maximum Class Size:
College Vice-President Signature:
(Signature must be received before the course approval process begins)
Date:
For Administrative Purposes Only:
This course can be offered:
Semester/Year
This course should be published in: (Check one and note Fiscal Year/Year)
Summer/Fall Catalog
Spring Catalog Addendum
Fiscal Year
Year
Credit Degree Applicable (DA)
Credit Non-Degree (NDA)
(If Non-Credit desired, contact Dean)
Credit
X
CSU
Transfer to:
Repeatability
UC
IGETC
Dept. Code/Name:
0
1
2
3
Not applicable
T.O.P. Code:
Yes
ESL Class:
X
X
No
Class Code
A Liberal Arts & Sciences
B Developmental Preparatory
C Adult/Secondary Basic Education
D Personal Development/Survival
E For Substantially Handicapped
F Parenting/Family Support
G Community/Civic Development
H General and Cultural
I Career Technical Education
Course-Program-Status
Program Applicable
Program Name:
Stand-alone
DSPS:
Yes
Crossover course 1/ 2:
No
Coop Work Experience:
SAM Code
A Apprenticeship
B Advanced Occupational
C Clearly Occupational
D Possibly Occupational
E* Non-Occupational
F Transfer, Non-Occupational
*Additional criteria needed
1 One level below transfer
2 Two levels below transfer
3 Three levels below transfer
3+ Four levels below transfer
Yes
Remediation Level
ES Elementary and Secondary Basic Skills
P Pre-collegiate Basic Skills
B Basic Skills
NBS Not Basic Skills
XB09- Work Based Learning Activities:
W = Section includes Work-BasedLearning-Activities.
N = Section does not include Work-BasedLearning-Activities.
X = Unknown
State Approved
Not-State Approved
SIGNATURES
(Print name/Signature)
Faculty originator:
Date:
Library Services:
Date:
Department Chair:
Date:
DIC Chair:
Date:
Division Dean:
Date:
CIC Chair:
Date:
Sr. Dean of Instruction:
Date:
Distribution:
Instruction Office (original), Articulation Office, Admissions and Records Office, Faculty Originator,
Department Chair, and Division Office
Form Revised 10/08; 06/11
No
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