Lesson Plans 9/17

Band 9/17/18

Monday 9/17

  • Student Expectation: Phobia Part 1,2,3,4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Baritones with Mr. Wofford this week
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(5)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • Afternoon rehearsal: 3:45pm-5:30pm – Part 4 drill and music

Tuesday 9/18

  • Student Expectation: Phobia Part 1,2,3,4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Baritones with Mr. Wofford this week
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(5)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • Afternoon rehearsal: 3:45pm-5:30pm – Part 4 drill and music

Wednesday 9/19

  • Student Expectation: Phobia Part 1,2,3,4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Baritones with Mr. Wofford this week
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(5)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • Afternoon rehearsal: 3:45pm-5:30pm – Part 4 drill and music

Thursday 9/20

  • Drill Team 7am, Tutoring 7:15am
  • Student Expectation: Phobia Part 1,2,3,4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Baritones with Mr. Wofford this week
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(5)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • Afternoon rehearsal: 3:45pm-5:15pm – Run throughs

Friday 9/21

  • Student Expectation: Star Spangled Banner, Stand Tunes, Phobia Part 1,2,3,4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Baritones with Mr. Wofford this week
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(5), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(5)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • Lone Oak Home (Homecoming):
    • Call time – 5pm
    • Depart for Ed Locker Stadium – 6pm
    • Uniform – Bibbers, jackets, marching shoes, long black socks, band shirt, band shorts, shakos, plumes
    • This will be a pregame performance. Immediately after arrival we will move to the track for warm up then perform at 7pm

3 “HOT” Questions

  • How important do you think intonation is to popular recorded or live music?
  • What tools do you think producers and sound engineers use to perfect intonation?
  • Can you tell when you are listening to good or bad intonation and can you tell the difference?

Music Theory 9/17/18

Monday 9/17

  • Student Expectation: All Region line 4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: All Region and scale work
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship
  • Additional notes: Work your scales up to 120 bpm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.311(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.312(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.313(c)(1)(2)(3)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm

Tuesday 9/18

  • Student Expectation: All Region line 4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: All Region and scale work
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship
  • Additional notes: Work your scales up to 120 bpm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.311(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.312(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.313(c)(1)(2)(3)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm

Wednesday 9/19

  • Student Expectation: All Region line 4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: All Region and scale work
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship
  • Additional notes: Work your scales up to 120 bpm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.311(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.312(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.313(c)(1)(2)(3)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm

Thursday 9/20

  • Student Expectation: All Region line 4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: All Region and scale work
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship
  • Additional notes: Work your scales up to 120 bpm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.311(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.312(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.313(c)(1)(2)(3)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm

Friday 9/21

  • Student Expectation: All Region line 4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: All Region and scale work
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship
  • Additional notes: Work your scales up to 120 bpm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.311(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.312(c)(1)(2)(3), §117.313(c)(1)(2)(3)
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm

3 “HOT” Questions

  • How important do you think intonation is to popular recorded or live music?
  • What tools do you think producers and sound engineers use to perfect intonation?
  • Can you tell when you are listening to good or bad intonation and can you tell the difference?

Jazz Band 9/17/18

Monday 9/17

  • Student Expectation: String of Pearls
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship
  • Additional Notes: Expressing the style of the piece needs to be your top priority in Jazz. Your reading and technique will get better with time.
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6)

Tuesday 9/18

  • Student Expectation: String of Pearls
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship
  • Additional Notes: Expressing the style of the piece needs to be your top priority in Jazz. Your reading and technique will get better with time.
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6)

Wednesday 9/19

  • Student Expectation: String of Pearls
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship
  • Additional Notes: Expressing the style of the piece needs to be your top priority in Jazz. Your reading and technique will get better with time.
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6)

Thursday 9/20

  • Student Expectation: Jazz Performance History
  • Stimulus: Artist Introduction
  • Engaging Experience: Artist Spotlight – Senri Kawaguchi
  • Evidence of Learning: Relate professional jazz performance to the intent and purpose of high school jazz performances.
  • Additional Notes: Practice areas available for serious participants only.
  • Academic Vocabulary: intonation – https://musicterms.artopium.com/i/Intonation.htm
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6)

Friday 9/21

  • Pep Rally
  • TEKS: §117.310(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.311(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.312(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6), §117.313(c)(1)(3)(4)(5)(6)

3 “HOT” Questions

  • How important do you think intonation is to popular recorded or live music?
  • What tools do you think producers and sound engineers use to perfect intonation?
  • Can you tell when you are listening to good or bad intonation and can you tell the difference?
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s