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Learning the Orchestra Family

Learning the Orchestra Family Shannan Winkleblech [email protected] Bishop Leonard School Level: Elementary Equipment: Computer Computer Projector Smartboard Duration: 40 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students do not need to have any prior skills or knowledge, but they may have some knowledge of instruments. NAfME Standards of 1994 Addressed: NAfME Standards of 1994: Listening to, analyzing and […]

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Learning the Orchestra Family

Learning the Orchestra Family Shannan Winkleblech [email protected] Bishop Leonard School Level: Elementary Equipment: Computer Computer Projector Smartboard Duration: 40 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students do not need to have any prior skills or knowledge, but they may have some knowledge of instruments. MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 6: Listening to, analyzing and describing music. Materials:

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Do You Hear What I Hear?

Do You Hear What I Hear? Raechel [email protected] A. Ferri Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Computer, CD-ROM, notation software, headphones, printer, SMART Board or LCD Projector, CD burner (for instructor generated recordings) Duration: 45 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students should be able to identify notes

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Do You Hear What I Hear?

Do You Hear What I Hear? Raechel [email protected] A. Ferri Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Computer, CD-ROM, notation software, headphones, printer, SMART Board or LCD Projector, CD burner (for instructor generated recordings) Duration: 45 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students should be able to identify notes

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Discovering Melodic Line

Discovering Melodic Line Joseph J. [email protected] Elementary School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Overhead, projector Duration: 20-30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Whole note, half note, quarter note (tah), eighth note (tee-tee). MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 5: Reading and notating music. Materials: Melodic Line Worksheet (examples) Finale version of

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Discovering Melodic Line

Discovering Melodic Line Joseph J. [email protected] Elementary School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Overhead, projector Duration: 20-30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Whole note, half note, quarter note (tah), eighth note (tee-tee). NAfME Standard of 1994 Addressed: NAfME Standard of 1994: Reading and notating music. NAfME 2014: Creating  Materials: Melodic

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Notes Longer than a Beat

Notes Longer than a Beat Daniel Lauritzen [email protected] Harrold Middle School – Hempfield Area S.D., PA TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Sequencing CAI Level: 6th Grade Equipment: Apple Workstations Music Ace software Duration: 35 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Staff (notes G, A, and B), treble clef, quarter notes and rests, measure, 4/4 time signature

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Notes Longer than a Beat

Notes Longer than a Beat Daniel Lauritzen [email protected] Harrold Middle School – Hempfield Area S.D., PA TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Notation Sequencing CAI Level: 6th Grade Equipment: Apple Workstations Music Ace software Duration: 35 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Staff (notes G, A, and B), treble clef, quarter notes and rests, measure, 4/4 time signature

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Which Example is Correct?

Which example is correct? Seth [email protected] Twp. Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: NotationMultimedia/Digital Media Level: Middle School Class: Chorus Equipment: Apple computer with Sibelius installedLCD Video Data ProjectorProjection Screen Duration: 15 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students visually able to identify the treble and/or bass clef notes, rhythm durations of eighths, quarter, half, dotted

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Which Example is Correct?

Which example is correct? Seth [email protected] Twp. Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: NotationMultimedia/Digital Media Level: Middle School Class: Chorus Equipment: Apple computer with Sibelius installedLCD Video Data ProjectorProjection Screen Duration: 15 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students visually able to identify the treble and/or bass clef notes, rhythm durations of eighths, quarter, half, dotted

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