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WHAT S SO SPECIALABOUT SPECIALS Curriculum Nightfor P E Music Park Hill K 8 Curriculum.
Students will develop anddemonstrate their conceptualunderstanding of The Elements of Art The Principles of Art.
Art s Connection to History and Art s Interdisciplinary Connections What does this mean atthe elementary level Every quarter your student is.
assessed in three areas in art Demonstrate the ability to usedifferent mediums andtechniques Demonstrate the use of the.
elements of art line color value texture shape space Overall effort Demonstrate theability to use different.
mediums andtechniques Demonstrate developmentof age appropriate finemotor skills .
Follow teacher instruction Work carefully Complete work to the bestof one s ability Demonstrate the use of.
the elements of art line color value texture shape space and form The Elements of Art arethe building blocks for.
every art project Students will learndifferent skills andtechniques that enablethem to manipulate.
these elements in avariety of ways Identify horizontal vertical anddiagonal lines Identify and use various lines .
Identify and use different qualityCreate an outline Use line to create contour Use line to create detail Name and identify geometric.
Create geometric shapes Use size variations Distinguish between organic freeform and geometric shapes Use positive and negative shapes .
Identify and use various shapes Use shapes to create detail andcomplexity in a composition Name and identify primary andsecondary colors .
Create secondary colors usingprimary colors Identify and use warm and coolCreate tints and shades Identify and apply color wheel .
Create intermediate colors Identify and use texture Identify and use actual andimplied texture Continue use of texture as.
K 1 Not applicable2 3 Not applicableUse value to create contrast Use value to create shadows andhighlights .
3D object difference between2D and 3D 3D object difference between2D and 3D Create 3D object .
Horizon line Object placement ratio relationship in a composition Identify and use foreground middle ground and background .
Use size to create depth Use overlapping to create depth Identify and use positive andnegative space Identify and use perspective .
K 1 Object placement ratio relationship in a composition2 3 Use symmetry in 2D4 5 Identify and use symmetry and radial in 2DPrinciples of Design Identify and use asymmetry Students also begin to study Proportion.
4 5 Realistic scalethe Principles of Design These are focused on more at K 1 Subject matterthe middle school and high 2 3 Focal pointschool levels Students are 4 5 Focal point dominance.
not evaluated on these Patternprinciples at the elementary K 1 Identify and use simple patternslevel 2 3 Identify and use various complex patterns4 5 Relationship of pattern to texture rhythm and movementK 1 Light dark Big small.
2 3 Identify and use contrast within selected elements4 5 Identify and use contrast within selected elements Sample Rubric4 0 In addition to exhibiting 3 0 performance M iro M adness the student s product demonstrates in .
depth inferences and applications that goLearning about Joan Miro beyond what was taught 3 0 The student s product demonstrates nomajor errors in information or techniquesthat were explicitly taught .
Specific ScoreReporting Topics objectives for2 0 The student s product indicates majorerrors regarding the more complex ideasthis lesson and processes however they do not.
Demonstrate the Markers indicate major errors or omissionscrayons relative to the simpler but important ability to use differentdetails and techniques mediums and 1 0 The student s product indicates a distinct.
techniques lack of understanding of the informationand or techniques however with help Demonstrate the use Shape line the student demonstrates partialof the elements of understanding .
art line color value 0 0 The student provides little or no product Even with help the student does nottexture shape space exhibit a partial understanding of theand form information and or techniques Behavior Notes.
Dear Parent Today in art we had a problem enjoying the activities with our class by Not following directions Silly behavior disturbing our neighbors Talking during instruction.
Refusal to participate in our activityWe talked about it and have decided to make our goal for next time If you have any questions please feel to contact me mayk parkhill k12 mo us.
Sincerely Name Quarter 4th QuarterlyTeacher Personal Development EffortProgress Reports.
ElementaryRespects authority and rights of othersInteracts positively with peers4 0 In addition to exhibiting 3 0Displays appropriate behavior and performance the student s product.
self control demonstrates in depth inferencesCompletes assignments on time and applications that go beyondContributes to class discussion and what was taught activities 3 0 The student s productDisplays initiative and positive demonstrates no major errors in.
attitude information or techniques thatwere explicitly taught 2 0 The student s product indicatesmajor errors regarding the moreDemonstrate the ability to use complex ideas and processes .
different mediums and techniques however they do not indicateCompletes work to the best of one s major errors or omissions relativeability to the simpler but important Attends to task and uses time details and techniques effectively 1 0 The student s product indicates a.
distinct lack of understanding ofDemonstrates development of fine the information and or techniques motor skills however with help the studentdemonstrates partialunderstanding .
0 0 The student provides little or noDemonstrate the use of the elements product Even with help theof art line color texture shape student does not exhibit a partialspace value and form understanding of the informationand or techniques .
Listens and follows directionsDemonstrates understanding ofconcepts taught in class Indicates a need for improvement Kristin May .
Art Teacher What s happening in art classCheck my blog for detailedupdates about what your child is http www artsonia com schools ... creating in the art room .
Kristin Davidsondavidsonk parkhill k12 mo us816 359 6235Blog http www artsonia com sch... As an Eagle Musician .
Each student will learn to be an active part ofa cohesive group Each student will develop creative skills Each student will experience success throughthe foundations of music vocal music and.
instrumental music IMPORTANT It is important to note that unlike classroomgrading in music each quarter s grades areindependent of the other quarters 4th quarter.
is NOT cumulative Each quarter students are graded on Effortand Etiquette as well as additional Elements The Elements of Music Rhythm.
Expressive Qualities Timbre Melody Instrumental Grade Quarter 1st 2nd 3rd 4th.
5th Vocal Rhythm Instrumental Comprehensive Effort Exp Qualities Timbre RhythmEtiquette Form Melody Exp QualitiesAssessment Effort Effort TimbreSchedule Etiquette Etiquette.
4th Vocal Rhythm Timbre InstrumentalEffort Exp Qualities Melody EffortEtiquette Form Effort Etiquette Etiquette3rd Rhythm Vocal Melody TimbreExp Qualities Effort Effort Instrumental.
Form Etiquette Etiquette EffortEffort Etiquette2nd Instrumental Timbre Vocal RhythmEffort Exp Qualities Effort FormEtiquette Melody Etiquette Effort.
Effort Etiquette1st Rhythm Timbre Vocal InstrumentalExp Qualities Form Effort EffortEffort Melody Etiquette EtiquetteEtiquette Effort.
K Rhythm Timbre Melody VocalExp Qualities Effort Effort InstrumentalEffort Etiquette Etiquette EffortEtiquette Etiquette Kindergarten Learning Goals.
Steady beat independently Identify and perform notes and rest patterns Identify low and high sounds independentlyExpressive Qualities Identify loud and quiet.
Demonstrate singing speaking shouting and whispering Kindergarten BAV Building Academic Vocabulary Singing Voice High Instrument Low Beat.
Note Echo Loud Rest Example of Kindergarten AssessmentKindergarten Scoring Guide Test 21 Show steady beat .
2 Echo what I sing back to me 3 Demonstrate a singing voice a speaking voice and shouting voice and a whispering voice 1 Grade Learning Goals Perform steady beat independently Perform quarter note quarter rest and eighth note pairs .
Identify melodic direction Identify same and different sections AB in a piece of music Identify fast and slow Identify different vocal timbres man woman child 1 Grade BAV.
Quarter Note Posture Quarter Rest Eighth Note 2 Grade Learning Goals.
Perform steady beat independently Perform quarter note quarter rest eighth note pairs half note and whole note Maintain ostinato while another rhythm is being performed Identify and perform melodic direction Identify same and different sections AB in a piece of music .
Expressive Qualities Perform dynamics p f Classify classroom percussion instruments into different categories such as Strike shake and scrape pitch and non pitch wood metal skin 2 Grade BAV.
Dynamics Whole Note Rhythm Conductor Composer.
Half Note 3 Grade Learning Goals Perform steady beat independently Perform quarter note quarter rest eighth note pairs half note and whole note Maintain ostinato while another rhythm is being performed .
Orally identify step skip leap and repeat Identify repeat signsExpressive Qualities Perform dynamics p f mp mf Identify the four instrument families of the orchestra woodwind brass string percussion .
Identify how sound is created in each of the four families of the orchestra Identify the instruments of the orchestra by picture 3 Grade BAV Dotted Half Note Step String Skip.
Staff Leap Mezzo Piano Repeated Note Woodwind Percussion Brass Mezzo Forte Repeat Sign.
4 Grade Learning Goals Perform written rhythmic notation Identify standard pitch notation on the treble clef staff Identify and perform repeat signsExpressive Qualities .
Perform dynamics p f mp mf pp ff Identify how sound is made on various world and or orchestral instrumentsRecorders All 4th grade students will participate in our 4th Quarter Recorder Unit beginning in March Moreinformation to come .
4 Grade BAV Fortissimo Pianissimo Treble Clef Bar Line.
Double Barline Measure Melody 5 Grade Learning Goals Perform written rhythmic notation.
Identify basic time signatures 2 4 3 4 and 4 4 Identify standard pitch notation on the treble clef staff Identify and perform repeat signs Identify and perform 1st and 2nd endingsExpressive Qualities .
Perform dynamics p f mp mf pp ff cresc decresc Identify how sound is made on various orchestral instruments Identify how sound is made with the human voice Identify instruments by picture Identify instruments by sound.
Music Olympics Unit 5th Grade students get to participate in the Annual Music Olympics unit during the entire 4 th Quarter 5 Grade BAV Crescendo Decrescendo.
First Ending Second Ending Harmony Time Signature Example of 5 Grade Assessment th.
1 Label each note with the appropriate pitch name 2 What is the name of this musical symbol and what does it tell us to do 3 What are the names of the following musical symbols and what do they tell us to do Demonstrate using your voice All Grades.
Apply appropriate pitch Use correct posture Use correct rhythm and steady beat Use appropriate tone quality and dictionInstrumental .
Play correct pitch Use correct posture Use correct rhythm and steady beat Use appropriate tone quality Putting forth the necessary effort needed to demonstrate the understanding of the learning goal .
pushing through even when difficulties arise or when a solution is not immediately evident It is important to note that unlike classroom grading, in music each quarter’s grades are independent of the other quarters; 4th quarter is NOT cumulative. Each quarter students are graded on Effort and Etiquette, as well as additional Elements of Music.

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