Lesson Plans/ Weekly
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Gregory S. Dingwall

Overton County/Livingston Academy

Generalized Lesson Plan

 

Objectives/Standards

  1. To play Instruments alone and with others a varied repertoire of music.

  2. To read music notation.

  3. To analyze their performance and evaluate.

  4. To develop better intonation skills.

  5. Questioning - appropriate to the content of what we are doing; getting them to take ownership of the process of all the above and more  - to become performance ready.

Intro/Warm-up 1:30 pm – 1:45 pm

  1. Check Role & Announcements

  2. Concert F Long Tones

  3. Scales

    1. Play different scales each day

    2. Add new scales or review learned scales that need to be worked on for mastery.

  4. Tune

    1. Tune Individual

    2. Group Sing

    3. Tune Group

Body  1:45 pm – 2:25 pm

  1. Review performance music: 

    1. Work through until complete

    2. Work/Teach Percussion Parts

    3. Go to Beginning and check intonation, phrasing and balance

    4. Play through piece

  2. Other Selections

    1. Work through piece paying attention to phrasing, dynamics, and intonation.

  3. Other Selections

    1. Clean-up Woodwind parts at beginning

    2. Clean-up inner voice parts at beginning

    3. Tune and Listen to melody parts

    4. Begin Middle Section with balance and intonation

    5. Play through piece

Closure  2:25 pm – 2:35 pm

  1. Look at and review Pep Band Music or other music to be played

    1. Work on articulation and phrasing.

    2. Clean-up Room and put up equipment

Media/Setup

  1. Students will need instruments and music, I will need scores, and tuner.

  2. Students will be setup in either an open circle or conert seating so students can listen to each other.

Relevant Connection

      1.   Perfomance here is a life long learning process which can challenge us to do and

            become better at what we do.

 

The new Standards are coming forth and as they do will begin to sustitute them for the prior objectives and standards.

Vocal Music 1 & 2 Lesson Guide

Objectives/Standards

  1. To sing alone and with others a varied repertoire of music.

  2. To read music notation.

  3. To analyze their performance and evaluate.

  4. To develop better intonation skills.

  5. Questioning - appropriate to the content of what we are doing; getting them to take ownership of the process of all the above and more  - to become performance ready.

Intro/Warm-up 12:20 pm-12:35 pm

  1. Check Role & Announcements

  2. Vocal Warm-ups

  3. Scales

    1. Play C Major scale need to be worked on for mastery.

  4. Tune

    1. Tune Individual

    2. Group Sing

    3. Tune Group

Body 12:35 pm – 1:15 pm

  1. Review performance music: 

    1. Work through until complete

    2. Work/Teach various vocal Parts

    3. Go to Beginning and check intonation, phrasing and balance

    4. Sing through piece

  2. Other Selections

    1. Work through piece paying attention to phrasing, dynamics, and intonation.

  3. Other Selections

    1. Clean-up  parts at beginning

    2. Clean-up inner voice parts at beginning

    3. Tune and Listen to melody parts

    4. Begin Middle Section with balance and intonation

    5. Sing through piece

Closure 1:15 pm  – 1:25 pm

  1. Look at and review Pep Band Music or other music to be played

    1. Work on articulation and phrasing.

    2. Clean-up Room and put up equipment

Media/Setup

  1. Students will need pencils and music, I will need scores, and piano and sound re-inforcement system.

  2. Students will be setup in conert seating so students can listen to each other.

Relevant Connection

      1.   Perfomance here is a life long learning process which can challenge us to do and

            become better at what we do.

The new Standards are coming forth and as they do will begin to sustitute them for the prior objectives and standards.

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