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Arts Education (2006)
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1.) Demonstrate proper vocal technique by using pure head tone, good posture, and correct rhythm.

•  Using appropriate dynamics while singing expressively
•  Singing rounds
•  Singing songs of other cultures and countries
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2.) Sing melodic ostinati to create harmony.

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3.) Improvise eight-beat melodies using "la," "so," "mi," "re," "do," and quarter-note and eighth-note rhythms.

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4.) Play rhythm patterns, including whole notes and dotted half notes using pitched or nonpitched instruments or by clapping.

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5.) Perform rhythmic ostinati while others are singing a melody.

•  Identifying the components of a chord
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6.) Demonstrate melodic contour through creative movement.

Example: using gestures or drawings to indicate upward and downward direction of melody

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8.) Identify ABC form in musical selections.

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9.) Identify meter according to strong and weak beat organization.

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10.) Identify music symbols found on the staff, including the treble clef, meter signatures, bar lines, measures, double bar line, and repeat signs.

•  Defining terms associated with printed music, including fermata, slur, fine, and da capo (D.C.)
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11.) Identify the four families of instruments in an orchestra.

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12.) Identify music terms related to dynamics in music, including fortissimo (ff) and pianissimo (pp).

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13.) Identify the musical alphabet ascending on lines and spaces from middle C to G above the staff.

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