Chorus 3 Test Blueprint

1303320_2016_BPSFE_HS_MUS_CHORUS3.fl.brevard

Course Information:

Course Number1303320COURSE DESCRIPTION: This year-long, formative class, designed for students with previous participation in a school chorus who have basic knowledge of note-reading and vocal technique, concentrates on providing students opportunities to strengthen existing skills in critical listening, vocal techniques, and ensemble performance using high-quality three- and four-part choral literature. Rehearsals focus on gaining independence in music literacy and aesthetic engagement through critical listening and thinking skills.
Course Length:1
Course Level:2
Course Credit:1.0
Graduation Requirements:Performing/Fine Arts (PF)

SECTION A - RESPONDING ITEMS
30% of EXAM 30-40 minutes
Number of Items by Item TypePts
BIG IDEA %WEIGHT
E=essential
I=important
NTK=nice_to_know
DOKBenchmarkBenchmark textSelected Response
1 pt
Short Answer
2 pts
Extended Response
4 pts
Points
21-23 pts
C = 16%IMU.912.C.1.2Compare, using correct music vocabulary, the aesthetic impact of two or more performances of a musical work to one's own hypothesis of the composer's intent.1-110-50-211
EMU.912.C.1.4Compare and perform a variety of vocal styles and ensembles.
IMU.912.C.2.2Evaluate performance quality in recorded and/or live performances.
EMU.912.C.3.1Make critical evaluations, based on exemplary models, of the quality and effectiveness of performances and apply the criteria to personal development in music.
H = 2%IMU.912.H.1.2Compare the work of, and influences on, two or more exemplary composers in the performance medium studied in class.0-20-102
IMU.912.H.1.5Analyze music within cultures to gain understanding of authentic performance practices.
O = 4%IMU.912.O.1.1Evaluate the organizational principles and conventions in musical works and discuss their effect on structure.1-30-103
IMU.912.O.3.1Analyze expressive elements in a musical work and describe how the choices and manipulations of the elements support, for the listener, the implied meaning of the composer/performer.
S = 6%EMU.912.S.3.3Transcribe aurally presented songs into melodic and/or rhythmic notation to show synthesis of aural and notational skills.0-40-20-14
IMU.912.S.3.4Analyze and describe the effect of rehearsal sessions and/or strategies on refinement of skills and techniques.
NtK = 2%NTKMU.912.F.3.2Summarize copyright laws that govern printed, recorded, and on-line music to promote legal and responsible use of intellectual property and technology.0-20-102
NTKMU.912.H.1.3Compare two or more works of a composer across performance media.
NTKMU.912.H.1.4Analyze how Western music has been influenced by historical and current world cultures.
NTKMU.912.H.2.3Analyze the evolution of a music genre.
NTKMU.912.H.3.1Apply knowledge of science, math, and music to demonstrate, through an acoustic or digital performance medium, how sound production affects musical performance.

SECTION B - PERFORMING TASKS 70% of EXAM
15 minutes
Item ModeDOKBenchmarkBenchmark text
P = 56%4MU.912.O.3.2Interpret and perform expressive elements indicated by the musical score and/or conductor.
4MU.912.S.1.4Perform and notate, independently and accurately, melodies by ear.
4MU.912.S.2.1Apply the ability to memorize and internalize musical structure, accurate and expressive details, and processing skills to the creation or performance of music literature.
4MU.912.S.2.2Transfer expressive elements and performance techniques from one piece of music to another.
4MU.912.S.3.1Synthesize a broad range of musical skills by performing a varied repertoire with expression, appropriate stylistic interpretation, technical accuracy, and kinesthetic energy.
4MU.912.S.3.5Develop and demonstrate proper vocal or instrumental technique.
O = 14%4MU.912.S.3.2Sight-read music accurately and expressively to show synthesis of skills.

BEST ASSESSED IN CLASSROOM
BenchmarkBenchmark text
MU.912.C.1.1Apply listening strategies to promote appreciation and understanding of unfamiliar musical works.
MU.912.C.2.1Evaluate and make appropriate adjustments to personal performance in solo and ensembles.
MU.912.C.2.3Evaluate one's own or other's compositions and/or improvisations and generate improvements independently or cooperatively.
MU.912.F.3.1Analyze and describe how meeting one's responsibilities in music offers opportunities to develop leadership skills, and identify personal examples of leadership in school and/or non-school settings.
MU.912.F.3.3Define, prioritize, monitor, and successfully complete tasks related to individual musical performance or project presentation, without direct oversight, demonstrating skills for use in the workplace.
MU.912.F.3.4Design and implement a personal learning plan, related to the study of music, which demonstrates self-assessment, brain-storming, decision-making, and initiative to advance skills and/or knowledge.
MU.912.H.1.1Investigate and discuss how a culture's traditions are reflected through its music.
MU.912.H.2.1Evaluate the social impact of music on specific historical periods.
MU.912.H.3.2Combine personal interest with skills and knowledge from a non-music class to explore, design, and present a music-based or music-enhanced topic of interest to demonstrate the ability to make transfers across contexts.
MU.912.O.2.1Transfer accepted composition conventions and performance practices of a specific style to a contrasting style of music.
MU.912.S.1.1Improvise rhythmic and melodic phrases over harmonic progressions.