Instrumental Techniques Sequence for ELD.__.ELL.SI.1

  • M/J Instrumental Techniques 1 (ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1)BAC
    English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.
    KnowsDos
    • how to use a home language dictionary or online translation program
    • how to differentiate between English terminology and musical terminology (e.g., music terminology usually in Italian and usually italicized)
    • procedure for aurally deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • Curwen hand signs and solfegio syllables
    • intervallic relationships
    • pitches on the staff, rhythmic patterns appropriate to the course level
    • where to find fingering charts in the method book
    • section leader for students' vocal/instrumental section
    • how to produce a characteristic tone
    • procedure for deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • classroom procedures
    • where to locate the rehearsal plan/lesson objectives
    • how to follow the director
    • proper posture and hand position
    • correct fingerings
    • how to take a proper breath while playing and/or singing
    • interpret unfamiliar English terms using their home language dictionary or an online translator
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by imitating aural patterns demonstrated by the teacher and/or peers
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by visually interpreting musical symbols
    • use fingering charts and other classroom visual aids to accurately interpret and perform musical symbols and abbreviations
    • communicate withe a peer tutor/buddy for clarification on concepts presented in class
    • imitate sound concepts modeled by the teacher and peers
    • recognize, count and notate simple rhythms and rests
    • rehearse and perform music in class with their peers to demonstrate comprehension and synthesis of skills
  • M/J Instrumental Techniques 2 (ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1)BAC
    English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.
    KnowsDos
    • how to use a home language dictionary or online translation program
    • how to differentiate between English terminology and musical terminology (e.g., music terminology usually in Italian and usually italicized)
    • procedure for aurally deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • Curwen hand signs and solfegio syllables
    • intervallic relationships
    • pitches on the staff, rhythmic patterns appropriate to the course level
    • where to find fingering charts in the method book
    • section leader for students' vocal/instrumental section
    • how to produce a characteristic tone
    • procedure for deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • classroom procedures
    • where to locate the rehearsal plan/lesson objectives
    • how to follow the director
    • proper posture and hand position
    • correct fingerings
    • how to take a proper breath while playing and/or singing
    • interpret unfamiliar English terms using their home language dictionary or an online translator
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by imitating aural patterns demonstrated by the teacher and/or peers
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by visually interpreting musical symbols
    • use fingering charts and other classroom visual aids to accurately interpret and perform musical symbols and abbreviations
    • communicate withe a peer tutor/buddy for clarification on concepts presented in class
    • imitate sound concepts modeled by the teacher and peers
    • recognize, count and notate simple rhythms and rests
    • rehearse and perform music in class with their peers to demonstrate comprehension and synthesis of skills
  • M/J Instrumental Techniques 3 (ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1)BAC
    English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.
    KnowsDos
    • how to use a home language dictionary or online translation program
    • how to differentiate between English terminology and musical terminology (e.g., music terminology usually in Italian and usually italicized)
    • procedure for aurally deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • Curwen hand signs and solfegio syllables
    • intervallic relationships
    • pitches on the staff, rhythmic patterns appropriate to the course level
    • where to find fingering charts in the method book
    • section leader for students' vocal/instrumental section
    • how to produce a characteristic tone
    • procedure for deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • classroom procedures
    • where to locate the rehearsal plan/lesson objectives
    • how to follow the director
    • proper posture and hand position
    • correct fingerings
    • how to take a proper breath while playing and/or singing
    • interpret unfamiliar English terms using their home language dictionary or an online translator
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by imitating aural patterns demonstrated by the teacher and/or peers
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by visually interpreting musical symbols
    • use fingering charts and other classroom visual aids to accurately interpret and perform musical symbols and abbreviations
    • communicate withe a peer tutor/buddy for clarification on concepts presented in class
    • imitate sound concepts modeled by the teacher and peers
    • recognize, count and notate simple rhythms and rests
    • rehearse and perform music in class with their peers to demonstrate comprehension and synthesis of skills
  • Instrumental Techniques 1 (ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1)BAC
    English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.
    KnowsDos
    • how to use a home language dictionary or online translation program
    • music terminology usually in Italian and usually italicized
    • procedure for aurally deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • intervallic relationships
    • pitches on the staff, rhythmic patterns appropriate to the course level
    • interpret unfamiliar English terms using their home language dictionary or an online translator
    • differentiate between English terminology and musical terminology
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by imitating aural patterns demonstrated by the teacher and/or peers
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accuartely by visually interpreting musical symbols
    • use classroom visual aids to accurately interpret and perform musical symbols and abbreviations
  • Instrumental Techniques 2 (ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1)BAC
    English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.
    KnowsDos
    • how to use a home language dictionary or online translation program
    • music terminology usually in Italian and usually italicized
    • procedure for aurally deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • intervallic relationships
    • pitches on the staff, rhythmic patterns appropriate to the course level
    • interpret unfamiliar English terms using their home language dictionary or an online translator
    • differentiate between English terminology and musical terminology
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by imitating aural patterns demonstrated by the teacher and/or peers
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accuartely by visually interpreting musical symbols
    • use classroom visual aids to accurately interpret and perform musical symbols and abbreviations
  • Instrumental Techniques 3 (ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1)BAC
    English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.
    KnowsDos
    • how to use a home language dictionary or online translation program
    • music terminology usually in Italian and usually italicized
    • procedure for aurally deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • intervallic relationships
    • pitches on the staff, rhythmic patterns appropriate to the course level
    • interpret unfamiliar English terms using their home language dictionary or an online translator
    • differentiate between English terminology and musical terminology
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by imitating aural patterns demonstrated by the teacher and/or peers
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accuartely by visually interpreting musical symbols
    • use classroom visual aids to accurately interpret and perform musical symbols and abbreviations
  • Instrumental Techniques 4 Honors (ELD.K12.ELL.SI.1)BAC
    English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.
    KnowsDos
    • how to use a home language dictionary or online translation program
    • music terminology usually in Italian and usually italicized
    • procedure for aurally deciphering rhythms (e.g. count singing, speaking rhythms, subdividing)
    • intervallic relationships
    • pitches on the staff, rhythmic patterns appropriate to the course level
    • interpret unfamiliar English terms using their home language dictionary or an online translator
    • differentiate between English terminology and musical terminology
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accurately by imitating aural patterns demonstrated by the teacher and/or peers
    • perform rhythmic and melodic patterns accuartely by visually interpreting musical symbols
    • use classroom visual aids to accurately interpret and perform musical symbols and abbreviations