Lesson Plans 10/1

Band 10/1/18

Monday 10/1

  • Student Expectation: PHOBIA 1-4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Percussion with Mr. Wofford
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music
  • Afternoon rehearsal: 3:45pm-5:30pm – Label Ropes, Clean Show

Tuesday 10/2

  • Student Expectation: PHOBIA 1-4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Percussion with Mr. Wofford
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music
  • Afternoon rehearsal: 3:45pm-5:30pm – Our drill writer, Clayton Harris, will be joining us for rehearsal.

Wednesday 10/3

  • Student Expectation: PHOBIA 1-4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Percussion with Mr. Wofford
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music
  • Afternoon rehearsal: 3:45pm-5:30pm – Clean Show, implement Clayton’s tips and suggestions

Thursday 10/4

  • Drill Team 7am, Tutoring 7:15am
  • Student Expectation: PHOBIA 1-4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Percussion with Mr. Wofford
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music
  • Afternoon rehearsal: 3:45pm-5:15pm – Run Throughs

Friday 10/5

  • Student Expectation: Star Spangled Banner, Stand Tunes, PHOBIA 1-4
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearsal
  • Evidence of Learning: The ensemble will play with superior intonation, balance, and transparent sound
  • Additional Notes: Percussion stay with the band
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music
  • Ferris Home
    • 5:30pm – Call time
    • 6:15pm – Depart for Ed Locker
    • Uniform – Full uniform.

Saturday 10/6, Mesquite Marching Festival

  • 11am – Call time
  • 11:30am – Rehearsal on the grid in Bibbers and Dinkles
  • 12pm – Load truck
  • 12:30pm – Depart for Mesquite
  • 2:25pm – Warm Up
  • 2:55pm – Move
  • 3:15pm – Perform
  • 4pm – Stay for remaining 4A performances and announcements
  • 6pm – Depart for home

3 “HOT” Questions

  • Have you observed bands, orchestras, and choirs incorporating folk music in their repertoire?
  • How has our band used folk music?
  • What value do you see in using folk music in our performances?

Music Theory 10/1/18

Monday 10/1

  • Student Expectation: All Region Etude 2
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

Tuesday 10/2

  • Student Expectation: All Region Etude 2
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

Wednesday 10/3

  • Student Expectation: All Region Etude 2
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

Thursday 10/4

  • Student Expectation: All Region Etude 2
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

Friday 10/5

  • Student Expectation: All Region Etude 2
  • 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: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

3 “HOT” Questions

  • Have you observed bands, orchestras, and choirs incorporating folk music in their repertoire?
  • How has our band used folk music?
  • What value do you see in using folk music in our performances?

Jazz Band 10/1/18

Monday 10/1

  • Student Expectation: Opry Program
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearse music for the Opry
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship, appropriate style and interpretation
  • 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.
  • 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)
  • Academic Vocabulary: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

Tuesday 10/2

  • Student Expectation: Opry Program
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearse music for the Opry
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship, appropriate style and interpretation
  • 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.
  • 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)
  • Academic Vocabulary: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

Wednesday 10/3

  • Student Expectation: Opry Program
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearse music for the Opry
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship, appropriate style and interpretation
  • 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.
  • 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)
  • Academic Vocabulary: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

Thursday 10/4

  • Student Expectation: Opry Program
  • Stimulus: Daily Drill
  • Engaging Experience: Rehearse music for the Opry
  • Evidence of Learning: Mature phrasing and musicianship, appropriate style and interpretation
  • 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.
  • 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)
  • Academic Vocabulary: Folk Music – https://dictionary.onmusic.org/terms/1482-folk_music

Friday 10/5

  • Student Expectation: Pep Rally

3 “HOT” Questions

  • Have you observed bands, orchestras, and choirs incorporating folk music in their repertoire?
  • How has our band used folk music?
  • What value do you see in using folk music in our performances?
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