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North East School Division
Unpacking Outcomes
Unpacking the Outcome
Demonstrate  increased skills and abilities
Outcome (circle the verb and underline the qualifiers)
CP 6.7 Demonstrate increased skills and abilities in the use of voice and instruments.
 Vocabulary – sound pattern,
harmony., parts, , style, vocal
expression, technique, style,
criteria, clarity, unity,
expression, octave, thirds,
melody, major, minor, chord
 Strategies for determining and
singing harmonic parts
 Styles of music and strategies
for recognizing them
 Listening techniques (ELA
 Cycle of music composition
and performance – prepare,
rehearse, give and receive
feedback, present or share,
reflect and assess, set goals
 That voices and instruments can and are
created through multiple sounds and
sound patterns strung together
 Composition involves experimentation
 That harmony in voice is similar to
 That listening well is essential for music
creation and enjoyment
 There are multiple styles and forms of
,music and they have elements that make
them recognizable (patterns – Math
 That changing music effectively means
understanding the original
 That there is a cycle for creating and
sharing music
 That there are many ways to assess the
effectiveness of music
 How is music created/ structured?
 How can I compose my own music?
 How can I harmonize?
 How are listening and creating music connected?
 How can I recognize various styles and forms of music?
 Why is it important to really know music before changing it up?
 How do I know when music is good?
 Experiment with voice and instruments
 Create a variety of sounds and sound patterns
 Extend skills in singing
 Expand ability to sing harmony and parts
 Recognize and be sensitive to ways that voices change
with age and musical experience
 Distinguish among diverse voice types, styles, and
forms of vocal expression
 Sing, play and create music that demonstrates a variety
of techniques and styles
 Demonstrate focused listening
 Change the feel, style, or add another part to an existing
piece of music
 Prepare, rehearse, present and assess own music
 Collaborate on the identification and evaluation of
performance criteria such as clarity, unity and