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Rhythm Recognition

Rhythm Recognition Donna Y. [email protected] Elementary, Perry Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotation Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Electronic keyboardsMidi filesComputer Duration: 25 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: This is and introductory lesson in steady beat, note recognition, and rhythm patterns. MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 2: Performing on instruments, alone and […]

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Rhythm Recognition

Rhythm Recognition Donna Y. [email protected] Elementary, Perry Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotation Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Electronic keyboardsMidi filesComputer Duration: 25 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: This is and introductory lesson in steady beat, note recognition, and rhythm patterns. NAfME Standards of 1994 Addressed: NAfME Standards of 1994: Performing on

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Beginning Sight Reading

Beginning Sight Reading Susan J. [email protected] Middle School Files for use with this Lesson Plan: Right click on a file name to save to your hard drive: NicholsSSSo-DoCMaj.MUSNicholsSSSo-DoDMaj.MUS TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Middle School Class: Choral Equipment: Personal computer at home for practice or the ability to play an mp3 file in another

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Solving Sightreading Problems

Solving Sightreading Problems Kevin O’[email protected] Valley High School, Hellertown, PA TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: High School Class: Instrumental Equipment: Computer with Printer, Finale Notation Program, Keyboard (optional), Sightreading Manual or Method Book ( Intermediate to Advanced), Student Instrument. Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students should be able to perform instrument up

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Beginning Sight Reading

Beginning Sight Reading Susan J. [email protected] Middle School Files for use with this Lesson Plan: Right click on a file name to save to your hard drive: NicholsSSSo-DoCMaj.MUSNicholsSSSo-DoDMaj.MUS TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Middle School Class: Choral Equipment: Personal computer at home for practice or the ability to play an mp3 file in another

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Solving Sightreading Problems

Solving Sightreading Problems Kevin O’[email protected] Valley High School, Hellertown, PA TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: High School Class: Instrumental Equipment: Computer with Printer, Finale Notation Program, Keyboard (optional), Sightreading Manual or Method Book ( Intermediate to Advanced), Student Instrument. Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students should be able to perform instrument up

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16 Measure Composition in AABA Form

16 Measure Composition in AABA Form Stephen [email protected] Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Network computers with PrintMusic! Non-network computers with Finale Note Pad MIDI keyboards w/interface Duration: 4 classes of 54 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: The student will understand the rhythmic values of quarter, eighth,

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16 Measure Composition in AABA Form

16 Measure Composition in AABA Form Stephen [email protected] Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Network computers with PrintMusic! Non-network computers with Finale Note Pad MIDI keyboards w/interface Duration: 4 classes of 54 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: The student will understand the rhythmic values of quarter, eighth,

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