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Objectives Band Module 13

Objectives Band Module 13

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The specific Wisconsin Music Standard objectives for this module including which questions and activities align with which standards
The specific Wisconsin Music Standard objectives for this module including which questions and activities align with which standards

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Module Number 13 Objectives
I.1.1.6
Demonstrate how the elements of music combine to create music.
I.2.6.3
Identify textural distinctions between compositions of varying musical periods.
I.3.3.3
Demonstrate an understanding of scales and intervals through notation.
I.3.5.2
Discuss and recognize the nonconventional timbres of avant garde composition.
II.5.3
Analyze factors that influence relationships between a composers work and the artists environment.
III.2.3
Structure arrangements and compositions using appropriate notation and forms.
First Things First
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IV.2.2
List TWO strengths and how to improve them. List TWO weaknessesand how to improve them. List two new goals for this quarter. Usethese for goals for this module or quarter.
This question should becompleted by your second lesson.
 Please take this questionseriously and think of specific technical goals that you would like toachieve by the end of this quarter. Be sure to have Mr .Telfer initialthis, after it is finished.
 Date_______initials_______
20 
 pts12
Notation
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I.3.3.3
Write an (diatonic) interval chart using the provided staff paper. Be sure to write inthe clef (treble or bass).
10 
 pts252
 Notation
On the attached staff paper, write out ALL the scales you will play this quarter for scale exams. Be sure if you play two octaves you write two octaves. If you need paper, ask. Most of the scales are in your books, simply copy them to your staff  paper.
Neatness and accuracy are very important
. - OR -Compose a melody using one of the scales. Play the melody on your instrument tosee if it sounds good. Don't just write notes down. Be sure the rhythms are correctand beats per measure are correct. Freshman only need to write 4-8 measures,Sohomores 8-16, Juniors 16-24, and Seniors 24-32+. Neatness and accurac are
65 
 pts44
Written
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I.2.6.3
Research two of the following periods –– Renaissance, Baroque, Classical,Romantic and compare differences in music
 style 
 and
texture 
. You can use themusic computer or library. Microsoft Encarta, or any set of dictionaries should behelpful. All the information you need can be accessed on the band computer usingCD ROM. Atleast 150 words on each period.
30 
 pts1574
I.3.5.2
Find a recording of an
avant garde
 composition and comment on the use of timbres (tone color). You will probably need to get a copy from Mr. Telfer or check one out at the library down town.
 pts1615
IV.1.1 IV.2.1
Pick songs to represent different phases of your life and explain why you chosethose songs. They can be pop, classical, jazz, rap, etc.
 pts1666How important is music in a movie and why? Site some examples.
 
 pts1767
I.3.3.3
Learn what I IV V chords are and write an explanation of them as if you wereexplaining it to a
beginning band student
.
 pts185
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