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  1. Dr. Hodges’ Lesson PlanCOMPETENCY GOAL 8: The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and content areas outside the arts. (National Standard 8) http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  2. Band 8COMPETENCY GOAL 8: The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and content areas outside the arts. (National Standard 8) http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  3. Grade 8 BandObjective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music. • BUZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  4. Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm 94- Da-Mosi • 4 • 4 http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  5. 1 le la la le 4 2 le la la le 3

  6. Tuplet Rhythms • Tuplet or Triplet rhythms are just as easy as duplets. • The only difference is a three-way division of the pulse/count rather than a duple (eighth) or quadruple (sixteenth) division http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  7. Tuplet Rhythms • We use nonsense syllables when dealing with duple or quadruple rhythm divisions and we continue this practice when dealing with tuplet or triplet divisions. • When working with tuplets, we use la le after the number, i.e. 1 la le, 2 la le, 3 la le, 4 la le. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  8. Tuplet rhythms • Using this counting system, count the rhythm. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  9. Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm 94- Da-Mosi • 4 • 4 http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  10. Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm 94 • 4 • 4 1 la le 2 la le 3 la le 4 la le http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  11. Announcements and Reminders Family Fun Day Concert at Vernon Park Mall 11:00 a.m. March 6. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  12. Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Focus of the Day • A flat concert major • America The Beautiful & SSB • Kingsridge - sightread http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  13. Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Focus of the Day • A flat concert major • America The Beautiful & SSB • Kingsridge - sightread http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  14. General Music 8COMPETENCY GOAL 8: The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and content areas outside the arts. (National Standard 8) http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  15. GM-8Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Overview • Emotion • Mood • Shape • Line • Phasing • Rhythm http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  16. GM-8Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Emotion • What is emotion? • How does a writer convey emotion? • How does a painter show emotion? • What is needed in music to convey emotion? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  17. GM-8Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Mood • Can mood be expressed in writing? • Can you feel emotion when looking at a photograph or painting? • Of what importance is mood in music, language, or art? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  18. GM-8Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Shape • Is shape found in writing? • How do we see shape in art? • Can we find shape in construction? • Where else might we find shape? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  19. GM-8 Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Line • What do we mean by “Line?” • Can we find line in literature, art, or Mathematics? • Where do we find line in music? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  20. GM-8Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Phasing • On your paper, tell me • what, to you, phrasing means…………. • How can phrasing be incorporated into literature, art, or music? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  21. GM-8Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm • On your paper, tell me ….. • Is rhythm restricted to music? • Can we find rhythm in literature or art? • Explain your answer. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  22. Band 7COMPETENCY GOAL 8: The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and content areas outside the arts. (National Standard 8) http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  23. Grade 7 BandObjective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music. • BUZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  24. Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm 94- Da-Mosi • 4 • 4 http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  25. 1 le la la le 4 2 le la la le 3 http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  26. Tuplet Rhythms • Tuplet or Triplet rhythms are just as easy as duplets. • The only difference is a three-way division of the pulse/count rather than a duple (eighth) or quadruple (sixteenth) division http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  27. Tuplet Rhythms • We use nonsense syllables when dealing with duple or quadruple rhythm divisions and we continue this practice when dealing with tuplet or triplet divisions. • When working with tuplets, we use la le after the number, i.e. 1 la le, 2 la le, 3 la le, 4 la le. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  28. Tuplet rhythms • Using this counting system, count the rhythm. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  29. Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm 94- Da-Mosi • 4 • 4 http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  30. Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm 94 • 4 • 4 1 la le 2 la le 3 la le 4 la le http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  31. Announcements and Reminders Family Fun Day Concert at Vernon Park Mall 11:00 a.m. March 6. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  32. Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Focus of the Day • A flat concert major • America The Beautiful & SSB • Kingsridge - sightread http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  33. Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Focus of the Day • A flat concert major • America The Beautiful & SSB • Kingsridge - sightread http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  34. General Music 7COMPETENCY GOAL 8: The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and content areas outside the arts. (National Standard 8) http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  35. GM-8O7bjective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Overview • Emotion • Mood • Shape • Line • Phasing • Rhythm http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  36. GM-7Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Emotion • What is emotion? • How does a writer convey emotion? • How does a painter show emotion? • What is needed in music to convey emotion? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  37. GM-7Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Mood • Can mood be expressed in writing? • Can you feel emotion when looking at a photograph or painting? • Of what importance is mood in music, language, or art? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  38. GM-7Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Shape • Is shape found in writing? • How do we see shape in art? • Can we find shape in construction? • Where else might we find shape? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  39. GM-7 Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Line • What do we mean by “Line?” • Can we find line in literature, art, or Mathematics? • Where do we find line in music? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  40. GM-7Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Phasing • On your paper, tell me • what, to you, phrasing means…………. • How can phrasing be incorporated into literature, art, or music? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  41. GM-7Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm • On your paper, tell me ….. • Is rhythm restricted to music? • Can we find rhythm in literature or art? • Explain your answer. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  42. General Music 6COMPETENCY GOAL 8: The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and content areas outside the arts. (National Standard 8) http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  43. GM-6Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Overview • Emotion • Mood • Shape • Line • Phasing • Rhythm http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  44. GM-6Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Emotion • What is emotion? • How does a writer convey emotion? • How does a painter show emotion? • What is needed in music to convey emotion? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  45. GM-6Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Mood • Can mood be expressed in writing? • Can you feel emotion when looking at a photograph or painting? • Of what importance is mood in music, language, or art? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  46. GM-6Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Shape • Is shape found in writing? • How do we see shape in art? • Can we find shape in construction? • Where else might we find shape? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  47. GM-6 Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Line • What do we mean by “Line?” • Can we find line in literature, art, or Mathematics? • Where do we find line in music? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  48. GM-6Objective8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Phasing • On your paper, tell me • what, to you, phrasing means…………. • How can phrasing be incorporated into literature, art, or music? http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  49. GM-6Objective 8.02 Describe ways in which the concepts and skills of other content areas taught in the school including English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are related to those of music.Rhythm • On your paper, tell me ….. • Is rhythm restricted to music? • Can we find rhythm in literature or art? • Explain your answer. http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com

  50. Band 6COMPETENCY GOAL 8: The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and content areas outside the arts. (National Standard 8) http://www.drhodges.wikispaces.com