Chorus 4: LAFS.1112.WHST.3.9

Big Idea: Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects
  • Understanding: Research to Build and Present Knowledge
    • Benchmark: Draw evidence from informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
☆ Categorized as Best Assessed in the Classroom (BAC)

Students will be able to:

  • listen to multiple recordings of the same piece to develop a preferred interpretation of a musical element (e.g., phrasing, tempo, dynamic contrast)
  • listen to multiple recordings within a specific genre to understand the defining stylistic elements.
  • listen to a recording or watch video of a performance and use the FVA adjudication rubric to assign a rating, drawing evidence from the rubric and/or the octavo to support the rating.
    • understanding and applying technical vocabulary of rubric
    • active listening skills
  • listen to multiple pieces by the same composer to realize a composer’s style and technique.
  • prepare a varied repertoire with attention to technical, stylistic, and expressive elements as indicated in the music.
    • notes and rest values
    • dynamic and expressive markings
    • articulation markings
    • musical styles/genres: see MU.912.C.1.4

Students will know:

  • notes and rest values
  • dynamic and expressive markings
  • articulation markings
  • musical styles/genres: see MU.912.C.1.4
  • understanding and applying technical vocabulary of rubric
  • active listening skills