WeberMain

Specials Teachers
Ms. Newstat - Art
Mrs. Pasko - Physical Education
Mrs. Weber - Music
Mrs. Weber's Music Class
vvargas@SD171.org
Phone Ext. 2154


Want to practice your note reading at home? Ask your parent or guardian before trying these games:

Whack A Note -Click it as fast as you can!
Treble Clef Note Names -How many can you name in 2 minutes?
Word Warrior -Help our robot friend spell these words by reading the music!
Note Names -Try to spell the musical words!





Grade

Expectations

G

Completes all assignments and activities during class time provided.

Always participates in class activities appropriately.

Meets or Exceeds all state standards addressed in class.

Demonstrates NHS Core values at all times

Shows mastery of skills taught during class.

S

Completes assignments and activities during class time provided.

Participates regularly in class activities appropriately.

Meets most/all state standards addressed in class.

Demonstrates NHS core values most times.

Shows developed skills taught during class.

N

Assignments are somewhat completed during class time provided.

Does not always participate in class appropriately.

Partially meets state standards addressed in class.

Demonstrates NHS core values sometimes.

Show emerging skills taught during class


1st Grade 
Duration: Students will demonstrate a steady beat
Pitch: Students will identify high and low pitches
           Students will perform a simple melody with a singing voice
Tone Color: Students will distinguish between singing, speaking, shouting and whispering voices.
Design: Students will demonstrate call and response singing
Expression: Students will identify music that fast or slow.
Cultural Context: Students will distinguish between a march or lullaby.

2nd Grade
Duration: Students will identify half notes and quarter notes in stick notation.
                Students will distinguish between beat and rhythm. 
Pitch: Students will label line and space notes on the staff
Tone Color: Students will visually identify instruments by name and category
Design: Students will identify sections of a song as same or different.
Expression: Students will compare and contrast tempo
Cultural Context: Students will explain the jobs of a performer and audience member. 

3rd Grade
Duration: Students will perform rhythms and songs on a recorder. 
Pitch: Students will sing a song in tune.
Tone Color: Students will distinguish between a typical singing voice of a man, woman or child
Design: Students will demonstrate an understanding of a round through singing, playing, and moving. 
Expression: Students will analyze music for changes in tempo and dynamics. 
Cultural Context: Students will know the difference between the roles of performer, composer and conductor.

4th Grade
Duration: Students will perform rhythms and songs on a recorder.
Pitch: Students will read basic notation on a music staff
           Students will perform a song on recorder
Tone Color: Student will identify orchestral instruments and catagorize.
Design: Students will analyze music as a round, verse-refrain or ABA form
Expression: Students will show an understanding of common tempo, dynamic terms though performance
Cultural Context: Students will use musical vocabulary to describe a song from another culture







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