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Lesson Plans
General Music, 6th Period,
Week 7, Sept 19-23, 2016
Essential Question
Daily Learning Target
Bell-ringer/Flashback
Standards Addressed
Instructional Method;
Aligned
Strategies/Activities
Mon
Tues.
Wed.
Thurs.
Fri.
What is
timbre?
What are
woodwinds?
What are brass
instruments?
I can analyze
how the
elements are
used in music
(specifically
TIMBRE).
Multiple
choice
questions
pertaining to
note reading
and harmony
concepts.
Students will
analyze the
use of the
elements of
music (timbre)
Students will
use a variety
of sound
sources to
create and
perform
music.
EQ/LT; FB.
Journal:
Timbre (def); 4
instrument
families in an
orchestra.
Students will
watch video
on Families of
instruments
and fill out
Video Frayer
Model as they
watch.
Thinking
Strategies of
"Asking
Questions"
and
"Determin-ing
Importance"
will be used.
Exit slip:
contrast the
size of the
string family
on stage to
the woodwind
I can analyze
how the
elements are
used in music
(specifically
TIMBRE).
Multiple choice
questions
pertaining to
instrument
families.
What are
stringed
instruments?
I can analyze
the use of the
elements of
music
(specifically
timbre)
Multiple choice
questions
pertaining to
instrument
families.
What are
percussion
instruments?
I can analyze how
the elements are
used in music
(specifically
TIMBRE). .
Students will
analyze the use
of the elements
of music
(timbre);
Students will
use a variety of
sound sources
to create and
perform music.
Students will
analyze the use
of the elements
of music
(timbre);
Students will
use a variety of
sound sources
to create and
perform music.
Students will
analyze the use
of the elements
of music
(timbre);
Students will use
a variety of
sound sources to
create and
perform music.
Students will
analyze the use
of the elements
of music (timbre);
Students will use
a variety of sound
sources to create
and perform
music.
EQ/LT; FB.
Journal:
Woodwind
Family:
(instruments
of). Students
will watch short
video on
woodwind
family, using
the thinking
strategy of
"Determining
Importance" to
take notes as
they watch.
Strategy of
"Asking
Questions" will
also be
stressed. After
video, students
will partner up
and ask each
other questions
about what
they noticed/
discuss the
EQ/LT; FB.
Journal: String
family:
(instruments
of). Students
will watch short
video on string
family, using
the thinking
strategy of
"Determining
Importance" to
take notes as
they watch.
Strategy of
"Asking
Questions" will
also be
stressed. After
video, students
will partner up
and ask each
other questions
about what
they noticed/
discuss the
video.
Exit Slip:
EQ/LT; FB.
Journal: Brass
family
(instruments of).
Students will
watch a short
video on the
brass family,
using the
thinking strategy
of "Determining
Importance" to
take notes as
they watch.
Strategy of
"Asking
Questions" will
also be stressed.
After video,
students will
partner up and
ask each other
questions about
what they
noticed/
discuss the
video.
Exit Slip: Which
EQ/LT; FB.
Journal writing:
Percussion family
: (instruments
of). Students will
watch a short
video on the
percussion
family, using the
thinking strategy
of "Determining
Importance" to
take notes as
they watch.
Strategy of
"Asking
Questions" will
also be stressed.
After video,
students will
partner up and
ask each other
questions about
what they
noticed/
discuss the
video.
Exit Slip:
I can analyze
how the
elements are
used in music
(specifically
TIMBRE).
Multiple choice
questions
pertaining to
instrument
families.
Multiple choice
questions
pertaining to
instrument
families.
Method of Formative and
Summative Assessments
Critical Vocabulary
family. Create
a chart of how
the
instrument
families are
positioned on
stage.
video. Exit Slip:
1)Which
woodwind
instrument is
NOT normally
found in an
orchestra?
2)Where do the
woodwinds sit
in an orchestra?
3)Which
woodwinds
have double
reeds? What
does this
mean?
1)Which string
instruments are
held between
chin and
shoulder?
2) Why can't
the other 2 be
held the same
way?
3) Which string
instrument in
an orchestra
has 47 strings
on it?
**Take class to
lab for
remaining time
to polish duets
from last week.
brass instrument
uses a slide
instead of
valves?
2) Which
instrument is
held with the
player's hand in
the bell?
Take to lab for
remaining time.
Students can
explore the
timbre settings
on the
keyboards and
incorporate
these into the
pieces they've
been preparing.
1)Distinguish the
following
instruments as
"Pitched" or
"unpitched:"
Snare drum
Xylophone
Timpani
Triangle
Cowbell
piano
2) Explain your
reasoning for
categorizing the
instruments the
way you did.
Flashbacks,
Exit Slip (see
above in
Instructional
method
section).
Date of
Summative
Assessment
over Timbre
unit: Friday
Sept 23, 2016
Timbre,
orchestra,
families
Flashbacks,
pair-sharing,
Exit Slip (see
above in
Instructional
method
section). Date
of Summative
Assessment
over Timbre
unit:, Friday
Sept 23, 2016
Timbre,
woodwinds
(each
instrument)
Modeling, peer
tutoring,
assisting with
notes/playing
keyboards,
high-low
groupings, all
according to IEP
mods/accomod
ations.
Performing and
creating music
increases brain
functioning,
which helps
students
prepare for
Flashbacks,
partner work.
Exit slip (see
Instructional
Method section
for questions)
Date of
Summative
Assessment
over Timbre
Unit: Friday
Sept 23, 2016
Timbre, all
orchestra String
instruments
Flashbacks, Exit
slip (see above),
KB playing of
scale and triad.
Date of
Summative
Assessment over
Timbre Unit:
Friday Sept 23,
2016
Flashbacks, Exit
slip (see above),
Date of
Summative
Assessment over
Timbre Unit:
Friday Sept 23,
2016
Timbre, all brass
instruments
Modeling, peer
tutoring,
assisting with
notes/playing
keyboards,
high-low
groupings, all
according to IEP
mods/accomod
ations.
Performing and
creating music
increases brain
functioning,
which helps
students
prepare for
Modeling, peer
tutoring,
assisting with
notes/playing
keyboards, highlow groupings,
all according to
IEP
mods/accomoda
tions.
Performing and
creating music
increases brain
functioning, which
helps students
prepare for
college and
Timbre,
percussion
instruments of an
orchestra
Modeling, peer
tutoring, highlow groupings, all
according to IEP
mods/accomodat
ions.
RTI/Modification
Modeling,
peer tutoring,
assisting with
notes, highlow groupings,
all according
to IEP
mods/accomo
dations.
Connection to
College/Career
Performing
and creating
music
increases brain
functioning,
which helps
students
Performing and
creating music
increases brain
functioning,
which helps
students
prepare for
Intended Homework
prepare for
college and
career, even if
the student's
career is not
music related.
college and
career, even if
the student's
career is not
music related.
college and
career, even if
the student's
career is not
music related.
career, even if the
student's career is
not music related.
college and
career, even if
the student's
career is not
music related.
None today.
Students may
research
instrument
families on SFS
KIDS website
to explore/
create music.
SFS Kids website
- not required,
but a good
source, can
compose on it.
SFS Kids
website - not
required, but a
good source,
can compose on
it.
SFS Kids website not required, but
a good source, can
compose on it.
SFS Kids
website - not
required, but a
good source,
can compose
on it.