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HistoryofRockandRoll4/7/16

HomeworkReview,ContinuationofRootsofRockandRollPPT
GradeLevel:HighSchool912
Objective(s):
1. Students will be able to review what happened last class:
a. Discuss remaining homework findings what music their parents or guardians
listened to when they were teenagers
b. Review notes on the Roots of Rock and Roll via PowerPoint Presentation
c. Who were Crooners and Divas? Name some!
d. What were characteristics of Pop Music?
e. What instruments made up Pop?
f. What were the record companies called?
2. Students will be able to learn new material on the Roots of Rock and Roll:
a. Take notes on the Roots of Rock and Roll via PowerPoint Presentation
b. Listen to and identify music of the Country Western genre
c. Pinpoint characteristics of the Country Western genre
d. Understand the instrumentation of the Country Western genre
Materials:
TheRootsofRockandRollPowerPoint
TheRootsofRockandRollNoteHandout
Projector/SmartBoard
WhiteBoard/DryEraseMarkers
Procedures:
1. Teacherwillreviewwhathappenedlastclass:
a. Discussremaininghomeworkfindings
Whatkindofmusicdidyourparentsorguardianslistentowhentheywere
yourage?
Whatmadetheirheadsbop?
b. PowerPointPresentationnotereview
c. IdentifyingCroonersandDivas
WhowereCrooners?
WhowereDivas?
Nameartistsofeach!
d. IdentifyingcharacteristicsofPopMusic
Whomadepopmusic?
Wholistenedtopopmusic?
Whatwerethesongsabout?
Howdidtheymakepeoplefeel?
Weretheyeasytolistentoorhardontheears?
e. Identifyinginstrumentsofpopmusic
Whatinstrumentsmadeuppop?
f. RecordCompany
Whatweretheycalled?

Whatdidtheydo?

2. TeacherwillpresentnewmaterialabouttheRootsofRockandRoll:
a. PowerPoint Presentation Notes
Students will take notes as the teacher presents the PowerPoint
b. Listen to and identify songs of the Country Western artists
Students will listen to and watch the videos these artists
c. Pinpoint characteristics of Western Music of the early 1900s
Teacher will ask critical thinking questions throughout the presentation about
the characteristics of Western Music
d. Understand the instrumentation of Country Western music
Students will listen to songs of the Country Western genre and teacher will
ask critical thinking questions about the instruments they hear in the listening
examples

Assessment:
1. Teacher will assess student engagement and knowledge retained by asking critical
thinking questions. (group/individual assessment)
2. Teacher will observe for participation in note taking. Teacher will ask critical thinking
questions throughout the lesson. (group/individual assessment)

Evaluation:
1. Students will be able to review what happened last class:
a. Did students ask their parents or guardians what kind of music they listened to
when they were teenagers?
Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%
Novice

86-94%

95-100%

Competent

Mastery

b. Were students able to review notes on the Roots of Rock and Roll via PowerPoint
Presentation?
Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%
Novice

86-94%

95-100%

Competent Mastery

c. Were students able to identify who Crooners and Divas were?


Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%

86-94%

95-100%

Novice

Competent

Mastery

d. Were students able to pinpoint characteristics of Pop Music of the early 1900s?
Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%

86-94%

95-100%

Novice

Competent

Mastery

e. Were students able to name the instrumentation of Pop music?


Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85% 86-94%

95-100%

Novice

Mastery

Competent

f. Were students able to identify the name of the record companies of this time?
Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%
Novice

86-94%

95-100%

Competent

Mastery

2. Students will be able to learn new material on the Roots of Rock and Roll:
a. Were students able to review notes on the Roots of Rock and Roll via PowerPoint
Presentation?
Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%
Novice

86-94%

95-100%

Competent

Mastery

b. Were students able to listen to and identify songs of the Country Western artists?
Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%
Novice

86-94%

95-100%

Competent

Mastery

c. Were students able to pinpoint characteristics of Country Western music of the


early 1900s?
Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%
Novice

86-94%
Competent

95-100%
Mastery

d. Were students able to name the instrumentation of Country Western music?


Indicate accuracy level for class:

75-85%
Novice

86-94%

95-100%

Competent

Mastery

NAfMENationalStandardsaddressed:
AnchorStandard#7.Perceiveandanalyzeartisticwork.
AnchorStandard#8.Interpretintentandmeaninginartisticwork.
AnchorStandard#9.Applycriteriatoevaluateartisticwork.
AnchorStandard#11.Relateartisticideasandworkswithsocietal,culturalandhistoricalcontexttodeepen
understanding.
NewHampshireFrameworkfortheArtsaddressed:
6. Listening to, analyzing, and describing music.

7. Evaluating music and music performances.


9. Understanding music in relation to history and culture.