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Behavior

Expectations

I have five expectations expressed in five


I Will statements for the behavior of students
in my classroom.
1. RESPECT
I will be respectful to my teacher,
classmates, and property of the choir
room.
2. COOPERATION
I will cooperate with my classmates and
my ensemble.
3. PARTICIPATION
I will participate in all rehearsals,
activities, and discussions in class.
4. POSITIVE ATTITUDE
I will come to class with a positive
attitude towards what we are doing and
the people in class.
5. ENCOURAGMENT
I will only use positive statements that
build up my classmates and myself.

If these expectations are not met, the
following consequences will be administered.
1. Warning
2. Worksheet at assigned desk in
classroom
3. Take worksheet into hall
4. Student/Teacher conference
5. Parent/Student/Teacher conference
6. Administration referral
* Depending on circumstances, some steps
might be repeated before moving on to

Miss Satterfields
Music Class
Sheynah Satterfield
Bachelor of Music in Music Education

About Me
I grew up in a small country town in
Idaho. I come from a family that has
always valued education and
developing our own interests and
abilities. Music is one area in which I
became particularly drawn to as my
education progressed and I was
involved in the choirs and musical
theatre. Choral singing is a passion
of mine, which I decided to develop
after high school. I enjoy instilling a
love of music in others and hope to
encourage others in gaining the
knowledge needed to pursue their
own passions and interests.

Sheynah Satterfield
E-mail:
ssatterfield@alpinedistrict.org
Class Webiste:
www.vhmschoirs.weebly.com

Academic
Expectations

1. Singing, alone and with


others, a varied repertoire of
music.
2. Performing on instruments,
alone and with others, a
varied repertoire of music.
3. Improvising melodies,
variations, and
accompaniments.
4. Composing and arranging
music within specified
guidelines.
5. Reading and notating
music.
6. Listening to, analyzing, and
describing music.
7. Evaluating 9.
Understanding music in
relation to history and culture.
music and music
performances.
8. Understanding
relationships between music,
the other arts, and disciplines
outside the arts.

A Day in My Class
Pick-up (5 min)

Review of concepts learned in the last class.

Warm-ups

Physical and vocal exercises to prepare students for rehearsal.

Rehearsal

Working on 1 to 3 pieces of our repertoire.

Theory (10 min)

Learn new concept about music literacy.


Answer questions about pick-up or previous theory lessons.

Rehearsal

Working on 1 to 3 pieces of our repertoire.

Review & Assignments (5 min)

Review what was worked during class today and what


assignments need to be completed for next class.