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Standard
Grade Level
Concept/Skill
Notes
3. Music Theory
Kinder
Identify different vocal and instrumental tone
colors
  • Using music from various cultures, historical periods, genres, and styles to hear male/female voices and varying vocal and instrumental sound provides a global context for the ways music is used.
3. Music Theory
1st
Comprehension of basic vocal and instrumental tone colors
  • How is music used in community events and celebrations?
  • Technology and mass media provide global examples of families of instruments and varying vocal and instrumental tone colors
  • Unique tone qualities are found in varying styles and genres of music.
3. Music Theory
2nd
Comprehension and use of appropriate

music vocabulary for dynamics, tempo, meter and articulation
    • Music from various cultures use changes in piano/forte, crescendo/decrescendo, and smooth/connected to convey a message.
    • Music from various historical periods, genres, and styles use examples of piano/forte, crescendo/decrescendo, and smooth/connected.
    • Music from various mass media use changes in piano/forte, crescendo/decrescendo, and smooth/connected to convey a desired message. (Relaxation is identified with a soft, smooth musical line; excitement is identified with a loud, accented musical line.)
3. Music Theory
3rd
Identify vocal and instrumental tone colors
  • How is music used in community events and celebrations?
  • Technology and mass media provide global examples of families of instruments and varying vocal and instrumental tone colors.
  • Unique tone qualities are found in varying styles and genres of music.
3. Music Theory
4th
Identification of aural and visual
notations of basic musical forms
  • Music from various cultures, historical periods, genres, and styles have specific and identifiable themes and variations.
3. Music Theory
5th
Analyze more complex instrumental and vocal exampl
  • Aurall identify music from various historical periods and cultures (DOK 1-3)
  • Using technology and mass media clips to identify more complex instrumental and vocal examples allow novice performers or listeners to experience a multitude of musical variations.
  • Unique tone qualities are found in varying styles and genres of music.