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This course is designed to introduce students to music theory. Students will apply knowledge to written music, listenings, and composing. Students will be able to: (1) read treble, bass, tenor, and alto clef, (2) read dynamics, timbre markings, and tempo markings, (3) apply musical terminology to a piece, (4) compare musical pieces using musical terminology, and (5) create a written piece of music. Week One - Introductions and Identifying Parts of a Staff Week Two - Identifying Parts of ...
I LOVE music history and theory and I LOVE teaching! I love introducing students to new music and showing them classical music isn't just Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart (though, they are pretty cool guys). My love for music theory started in middle school, and ever since, it has been my favorite subject. I provide the option of offering traditional grading, pass/fail grading, or no grading to students.
Homework will be assigned after each class. Homework will be assignments found in the Google Classroom, practice drills through musictheory.net, and supplemental Youtube videos. Homework is expected to be approximately 1 hour each week.
All handouts and matieral will be provided or available to access free on the internet.
Formative assessments will be collected through the homework. A summative assessment will be the final composition project which will be scored through a rubric.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Morgan DealAn educator who wants all children to feel welcomed and empowered to be lifelong learners.
5 total reviews
4 completed classes
My qualifications: - Master of Arts in Teaching, Sweet Briar College 2017 - Bachelor of Arts in Music, Sweet Briar College 2016 - Licensed PreK-12 Music Education, Commonwealth of Virginia - Expected Special Education Endorsement Fall 2021 -...