Last updated: 3/29/2010
Niagara Falls City School District
630 66th Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14304


Music - Instrumental- H.S. - Adv Lev 2 Matrix 2 - Grades 9-12 - 10-40 Weeks

    COGNITIVE

    1: The student will continue to develop an understanding of simple and compound duple and triple meter, as well as unusual meter and mixed meter



    2: The student will continue to develop an understand of rhythmic concepts and notation


    3: The student will continue to demonstrate an understanding of pitch and pitch notation through an extended range on his/her instrument (WINDS)

    3: The student will continue to experience and perform snare drum rudimental sticking patterns as defined by the Percussive Arts Society International (PERC)

    4: The student will develop a working understanding of musical terms as encountered in performance pieces


    5: The student will develop a working understanding of musical symbols as encountered in performance pieces



    6: The student will demonstrate an understanding of transposition between two keyalities

Selected etudes and studies in supplemental books and methods

Teacher made materials, selected etudes and studies in supplemental books and methods


Textbook, appropriate supplemental materials 















Textbook, appropriate supplemental materials



Exercises in supplemental materials and method books



Exercises in supplemental materials and method books
1.1: The student will perform selected studies and exercises in applied lesson books using different meters



2.1: The student will perform echo drills with teacher using rhythm patterns (clapping, tapping, etc.)




3.1: The student will perform exercises and etudes within the appropriate range for his/her chosen instrument of study

4.1: The student will label and define terms from a given listing

4.2: The student will demonstrate performance of simple exercises from notation


5.1: The student will label and define symbols from a given list

5.2: The student will demonstrate the reading and performance of music using given symbols

6.1: The student will transpose a given melody in notation

6.2: The student will perform a musical excerpt by transposing at sight
PERFORMANCE

1: The student will further develop technique appropriate to his/her instrument of study




2: The student will develop a degree of control of musical sound performed on his/her instrument, including concepts of articulation, dynamics, accent, tempi, etc.


3: The student will perform the following scales, ascending and descending: All major keys, one octave; chromatic scale, two octaves; harmonic minor scale, 1 octave in all keys 

4: The student will perform sight reading examples appropriate to his/her instrument and ability level

5: The student will demonstrate the use of vibrato on his/her instrument of study


6: The student will demonstrate the use of double tonguing on his/her instrument when appropriate


Exercises in supplemental materials and method books



Exercises in supplemental materials and method books



Textbooks, teacher made materials


Exercises in supplemental materials and method books


Exercises in supplemental materials and method books



Exercises in supplemental materials and method books
1.1: The student will perform music using his/her instrument within the cognitive limitations described herein

2.1: The student will perform music using his/her instrument within the cognitive limitations described herein



3.1: The student will perform correct pitches and fingerings of different given major, harmonic minor, and chromatic scales 

4.1: Student will perform exercises containing appropriate meter, tempi, and dynamics within the range of his/her instrument of study

5.1: The student will perform exercises appropriate for the use of vibrato


6.1: The student will perform exercises appropriate for the use of double tonguing
AFFECTIVE

1: The student will expand his/her experience of music reading and performance of folk songs, traditional rhymes, themes from composers of historical significance and multi-cultural examples





2: The student will expand his/her experience of music reading and performance of chamber music appropriate to his/her chosen instrument of study


Exercises in supplemental materials and method books





Exercises in supplemental materials and method books, NYSSMA-graded chamber music


1.1: The student will expressively perform music from several different styles and periods

1.2: The student will create a listing of his/her favorite performed musical material


1.3: The student will critique individual performances

2.1: The student will expressively perform chamber music from different styles and periods
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