Type:

Lesson Plan

Description:

Lesson plans designed for exploring all sorts of music: strings, jazz, saxophone, salsa, merengue and general music appreciation.

Subjects:

  • Arts > General
  • Arts > Music

Education Levels:

  • Grade 1
  • Grade 2
  • Grade 3
  • Grade 4
  • Grade 5
  • K
  • Pre-K
  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8
  • Grade 9
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12

Keywords:

collections music analysis strings salsa saxophone jazz salsa

Language:

English

Access Privileges:

Public - Available to anyone

License Deed:

Creative Commons Attribution 3.0

Collections:

None
Update Standards?

LA.PK-4.5.1: Arts, Language & Literature

Students demonstrate understanding of the historical eras, styles, and evolving technologies that have helped define forms and structures in the arts, language, and literature.

LA.PK-4.5.2: Arts, Language & Literature

Students demonstrate how literature, philosophy, and works in the arts influence and reflect their time and their local and regional culture.

LA.PK-4.5.3: Arts, Language & Literature

Students discover universal themes by comparing a broad range of cultural expressions from various times and places.

LA.PK-4.5.4: Arts, Language & Literature

Students form aesthetic judgment, using appropriate vocabulary and background knowledge to critique their own work and the work of others, and to support their perception of work in the arts, language, and literature.

LA.PK-4.5.5: Arts, Language & Literature

Students develop a point of view that is their own (e.g., personal standards of appreciation for the arts, language, and literature).

LA.PK-4.5.6: Arts, Language & Literature

Students review others; critiques in revising their own work, separating personal opinion from critical analysis.

LA.PK-4.5.7: Arts, Language & Literature

Students respond constructively as members of an audience (e.g., at plays, speeches, concerts, town meeting).

LA.PK-4.5.31: Arts, Language & Literature

Students use the elements of vocal and instrumental music, including rhythm, pitch, timbre, and articulation.

LA.PK-4.5.32: Arts, Language & Literature

Students translate an idea into music notation or sound.

LA.PK-4.5.33: Arts, Language & Literature

Students use aspects of voice including volume, diction, pause, tempo, and inflection to enhance a role.

LA.5-8.5.1: Arts, Language & Literature

Students demonstrate understanding of the historical eras, styles, and evolving technologies that have helped define forms and structures in the arts, language, and literature.

LA.5-8.5.2: Arts, Language & Literature

Students demonstrate how literature, philosophy, and works in the arts influence and reflect their time and their local and regional culture.

LA.5-8.5.3: Arts, Language & Literature

Students discover universal themes by comparing a broad range of cultural expressions from various times and places.

LA.5-8.5.4: Arts, Language & Literature

Students form aesthetic judgment, using appropriate vocabulary and background knowledge to critique their own work and the work of others, and to support their perception of work in the arts, language, and literature.

LA.5-8.5.5: Arts, Language & Literature

Students develop a point of view that is their own (e.g., personal standards of appreciation for the arts, language, and literature).

LA.5-8.5.6: Arts, Language & Literature

Students review others; critiques in revising their own work, separating personal opinion from critical analysis.

LA.5-8.5.7: Arts, Language & Literature

Students respond constructively as members of an audience (e.g., at plays, speeches, concerts, town meeting).

LA.5-8.5.31: Arts, Language & Literature

Students use the elements of vocal and instrumental music, including rhythm, pitch, timbre, and articulation.

LA.5-8.5.32: Arts, Language & Literature

Students translate an idea into music notation or sound.

LA.5-8.5.33: Arts, Language & Literature

Students use aspects of voice including volume, diction, pause, tempo, and inflection to enhance a role.

LA.9-12.5.1: Arts, Language & Literature

Students demonstrate understanding of the historical eras, styles, and evolving technologies that have helped define forms and structures in the arts, language, and literature.

LA.9-12.5.2: Arts, Language & Literature

Students demonstrate how literature, philosophy, and works in the arts influence and reflect their time and their local and regional culture.

LA.9-12.5.3: Arts, Language & Literature

Students discover universal themes by comparing a broad range of cultural expressions from various times and places.

LA.9-12.5.4: Arts, Language & Literature

Students form aesthetic judgment, using appropriate vocabulary and background knowledge to critique their own work and the work of others, and to support their perception of work in the arts, language, and literature.

LA.9-12.5.5: Arts, Language & Literature

Students develop a point of view that is their own (e.g., personal standards of appreciation for the arts, language, and literature).

LA.9-12.5.6: Arts, Language & Literature

Students review others; critiques in revising their own work, separating personal opinion from critical analysis.

LA.9-12.5.7: Arts, Language & Literature

Students respond constructively as members of an audience (e.g., at plays, speeches, concerts, town meeting).

LA.9-12.5.31: Arts, Language & Literature

Students use the elements of vocal and instrumental music, including rhythm, pitch, timbre, and articulation.

LA.9-12.5.32: Arts, Language & Literature

Students translate an idea into music notation or sound.

LA.9-12.5.33: Arts, Language & Literature

Students use aspects of voice including volume, diction, pause, tempo, and inflection to enhance a role.
Curriki Rating
On a scale of 0 to 3
3
On a scale of 0 to 3

This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3, as of 2013-05-27.

Component Ratings:

Technical Completeness: 3
Content Accuracy: 3
Appropriate Pedagogy: 3

Reviewer Comments:

This resource is a thoughtful lesson plan for teaching about the Ancient Greek Gods. Throughout the lesson, students watch video clips, conduct research, and play age-appropriate learning games (Memory and Who Am I) to help them gain a greater understanding of the content. There is a link to a site with all of the necessary materials to implement the lesson including videos, directions, handouts, and much more.

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