If you are absent, or not sure what you should be working on, please check: Google Classroom, or read the board in class for the most current assignment.
If it's on this page, please know that you are responsible for it.
MARKING PERIOD 3:
Winter Concert Reflection is due Friday, February 7th
- All reflections must be typed and use Times New Roman 12 point font.
- All reflections must include: 1. Your name (first & last), 2. The date, 3. Your class section (for grade six), or which period you have music (for grade 7 or 8).
- All reflections must include the header: 2020 Winter Concert Reflection
Using music vocabulary and specific references to the music (i.e., which measures and which instrument or part), answer the following questions for EACH song: (I suggest a separate paragraph for each song).
- How did I perform?
- How did my instrument section perform?
- How did the full band perform?
Next, reflect on your fall semester in music class. Write a paragraph about what went well (i.e., what you were successful at) and what still needs improvement (i.e., what you struggled with).
Finally, based on what still needs improvement, list three goals for the spring semester. Each goal must include at least one sentence that explains why you have selected this as an area that needs attention or improvement.
Visit the recordings page to see the winter concert as a reference for your writing.
In marking period three, you will need:
Music Folder Requirements:
1st section: Fingering Chart (see tab at the top of the page)
2nd section: Warm-Ups (Solfege Songs, 1st Five Notes - both versions)
3rd section: Repertoire (All spring concert songs)
4th section: Reflection (The reflection section must have at least 15 sheets of loose leaf paper (for reflections/vocabulary/listening exercises).
5th section: Essential Elements book
All students need a complete binder or folder. If you are missing music, please see Pieter for help.
I can print music for you outside of class (i.e., at lunch, before homeroom, etc.).
All sixth grade sections will have in-class playing quizzes. You will have the option of performing with a buddy or as a soloist. You may also be asked to perform as an instrument section (i.e., all flutes, all clarinets, etc.).
In marking period two, you will be asked to play short melodies from you Essential Elements book and short examples from your winter concert songs. Quiz dates will be discussed in class and posted on Google Classroom.
All 6th Grade Sections:
Once you know your instrument for the school year:
1. Check out these videos for your instrument.
2. Work on producing a stable and steady tone on your mouthpiece.