Music Scope and Sequence Grades K-5

School: GWES and NKES

NATIONAL STANDARDS

K

Singing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music

Sing independently range of a 3rd Four voices Vocal exploration Pitch matching Vocal techniques Start and stop cues

Performing on instruments, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music

Steady Beat Body percussion Classroom instruments: Membranophones Idiophones Orff instruments

Improvising melodies, variations, and accompaniment s

Text Based Improvisation Rhythmic Q & A Improvisation with Body Percussion

Composing and arranging music within specified guidelines

Reading and notating music

1

3

Sing ind. range of a 6th Independently sing rounds Phrasing Canons/Rounds Partner songs Ensemble singing skills Conducting cues Recorder: BAG Ascending & descending Beat & Rhythm Melodic direction Higher/Lower Articulation, fingerings, breath, Single chord accompaniments Pitched & Non-pitched posture, tone Melodic and Rhythmic Rhythmic Ostinato 2-pt ensemble Ostinato Single chord accompaniments I & V(7) chord accompaniment 2-3 pt Rythmic Pieces Sing independently range of a 4th Sing with rhythmic ostinati Melodic rhythm Start and stop cues

Rhythmic Q & A Improvisation with percussion insrtuments

Accompany a story with sound Accompany a story with sound effects and simple rhythmic effects and simple rhythmic phrases phrases Echo Rhythmic and melodic patterns Creating with visual Create melodies to simple text representation

Higher/Lower Melodic contour Long/Short Sound/Silence

2

Year/Semester: 2011-2012

Rhythm: q Q ry Pitch: so mi la Steps, skips, & repeats Phrase, measure, barline, double barline, repeat

4

Sing ind. range of an octave Independently sing partner song Descant & countermelody 2-pt harmony Ensemble singing skills Conducting cues/gestures Recorder: EGC'D' 2-3 pt ensemble Rhythmic and Melodic Ostinato accompaniments I, IV, V(7) chord accompaniment Counter melody or descant accompaniment Rhythmic Ostinato Rhythmic/Melodic Q & A Rhythmic Ostinato Melodic Variation Rhythmic variation Rhythmic Variation Improvise Melody to Text Instrumental pentatonic Improvise Melody to Text Instrumental Improvisation in improvisation Recorder GAB Improvisation ABA Form Create music to match Create music to match Create music to match elements of a story using elements of a story using nonelements of a story using nontradition notation tradidtional notation tradidtional notation Melodic Melodic Rhythmic compsition in binary Compostition/Arrangement in compostition/arrangement (AB) form ternary (ABA) form using BAG Lyrics/Verses Creating accompaniments Melodic compositions Motives Rhythm: dffg e h. Rhythm: E q. dgy rdg Pitch: la, so, do' Pitch: re' fa ti Rhythm: Tie, h H w W la-pentatonic scale so-pentatonic scale Pitch: do re Leaps re-pentatonic scale do-pentatonic scale Syncopation I.D. step, skip, leap Melodic direction Upbeat Accidentals & time signatures Treble clef cresc. & decresc. pp, mp, mf, ff Music Alphabet largo, andante, allegro, rit., adagio, moderato, presto, accel. legato & staccato slur & breath marks Sing ind. in do-pentatonic Sing with ostinati Songs of different styles and cultures Conducting patterns

School: GWES and NKES

Listening to, analyzing, and describing music

Active listening & obs. Same/Different Faster/Slower Loud/Quiet Environmental sounds Vocal & Inst. timbre Introduction

Music Scope and Sequence Grades K-5

Accompanied & unaccompanied Binary form Dynamic changes Tempo changes

Year/Semester: 2011-2012

Verse/Refrain ABC form Phrasing Cresc. & Decresc. Rondo form Compare melodic phrases Rit. & Accel. Traditional & non-traditional Ternary form Macro & micro beat ensemble instrumentation Forte & piano Duple & triple meter Musical styles Largo, andante, allegro, presto Orchestral Instrument Families Select orchestral & folk inst. Aerophones & Chordophones Respectful & constructive Performance techniques Ensemble balance critique of a performance Expressive qualities Expressive qualities Expressive qualities

Evaluating Positive comments of a Interpret music made by self & music and performance others music Expressive qualities performance Understanding The four fine arts Variety of arts occupations Choreographed movement Create structured movement relationships Respond to music with Line & circle dances Movement illustrating meter & Historical dance Cultural dance between music, movement Singing games form Ongoing connections to other Ongoing connections to other the other arts, Self & shared space Ongoing connections to other Ongoing connections to other disciplines disciplines and disciplines Dramatizing text disciplines disciplines outside the arts Basic music genres Composers and their Folk instruments compositions Roles of artists & audiences Understanding Positive audience behaviors Cultural music Music conveying stories about Historical periods of music music in Music in Celebrations Music in everyday life elements/connections people, places, & times Historical music of VA relation to Personal musical experiences Significant music individuals Audience behaviors in various Personal musical experiences Carreers in music history and in school settings culture outside of school Music in events or occassions Music in commercial applications

School: GWES and NKES

5 Sing ind. range of an octave 2-pt or 3-pt harmony Independently sing 2-pt harmony Ensemble singing skills Conducting cues/gestures Recorder: F# Triads Major scale (C, F, G) I, IV, V(7) Broken Chord accompaniment Perform independently in harmony Melodic Ostinato Rhythmic & Melodic Variation Improvise Melody to text Instrumental Improvisation in Rondo Form Create music to match elements of a story using tradition notation Melodic Compostition/Arrangement in rondo form Notate an arrangement of a known piece Rhythm: r.g dy. r3ty Whole & half steps Major & minor scales Bass clef Grand staff Key signatures: C, F, G

Music Scope and Sequence Grades K-5

Year/Semester: 2011-2012

School: GWES and NKES

Theme & variations Ensemble Performances Solo Performances Vocal ranges

Music quality & preferences How different art forms express aspects of the same culture, time, or place Ongoing connections to other disciplines Genres, styles, and periods of music Roles of musicians in various cultures Historical music of America Technology in music

Music Scope and Sequence Grades K-5

Year/Semester: 2011-2012

K 1 2 3 4

pp, mp, mf, ff adagio, moderato, presto, legato & staccato ... Major scale (C, F, G). I, IV, V(7) Broken Chord ... Major & minor scales. Bass clef. Grand staff.

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