6th Grade Choir Lesson Plans – Week of October 8 – 12, 2018

Warm ups:
Do, Re, Mi
Oo..
Mee, May, Mah, Moh, Moo

Rehearse Musical – “ON THE RADIO” in the Auditorium

 

 

TEKS: 117.208 (3) 3b – Perform music alone and in groups, demonstrating appropriate physical fundamental techniques such as hand position, articulation, and posture

TEKS: 117.208 (3) 6a – Demonstrate appropriate concert and stage etiquette as an informed, actively involved listeners and performers during live and recorded performances in a variety of settings.

TEKS: 117.208 (3) 6b – Identify criteria for listening to and evaluating musical performances.

 

7th and 8th Grade Choir Lesson Plans – Week of October 8 – 12, 2018

Warm Ups will be chosen from the following list:
Do, Re….Major 2nd…..
Do, Do,Re, Do…..

 

From : Voice Builders
Sing Ah!!!
Do, Ti, La, So, Fa, Mi, Re, Do
Joy!! P. 9 Voice Builders for better choirs
The Lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue
(Posture)
Sternum Power
Hug Yourself
Karate Kid
(Breathing)
Farinelli
Italian Breath
Back Stretch
(Phonation)
Home Alone
Hummers
Get rid of the nose
(Blend)
Bouncing
Alleluia
Hoo!
Ear Training…123456789
Choral warm up
Do major scale
Do Minor scale

Sight Singing
Tim Winebrennar – Intro to Sight Singing
Rhythm Bee #8 – # 10

Songs:
Students will rehearse in the Auditorium All Week in order to Prepare for the Oct. 16 concert.

Students will prepare for All-Region Auditions
Students will prepare for Fall Concert

My Lagan Love – Farnell
In You I Found – Farnell
Gloria Festiva – Crocker
Gloria – Krunnfusz
Polly Wolly Doodle – Robinson
Climbin’ Up the Mountain Children – Dilworth
We Remember

TEKS: 117.210 (3) 5a – Model appropriate concert and stage etiquette as an informed, actively involved listener and performer during live and recorded performances in a variety of settings.

TEKS: 117.210 ( 3) 2d – Read music notation using appropriate cognitive and kinesthetic responses such as inner hearing and Curwen hand signs

TEKS: 117.210 (3) 5b – Apply criteria for listening to and evaluating musical performances

TEKS: 117.210 (3) 5c – Demonstrate processes and apply the tools for self-evaluation and personal artistic improvement such as critical listening to individual and group performance recordings

Varsity and JV Choir Lesson Plans – Week of October 8 – 12, 2018

Junior Varsity and Varsity
Warm Ups will be chosen from the following list:
Do, Re….Major 2nd…..
Do, Do,Re, Do…..
From : Voice Builders
Sing Ah!!!
Do, Ti, La, So, Fa, Mi, Re, Do
Joy!! P. 9 Voice Builders for better choirs
The Lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue
(Posture)
Sternum Power
Hug Yourself
Karate Kid
(Breathing)
Farinelli
Italian Breath
Back Stretch
(Phonation)
Home Alone
Hummers
Get rid of the nose
(Blend)
Bouncing
Alleluia
Hoo!
Ear Training…123456789
Choral warm up
Do major scale
Do Minor scale

Sight Singing will be chosen from the following:
90 Days to Sight Singing Week 8 – Varsity
Week 1 – JV

Student will rehearse in the Auditorium all week in order to prepare for the Concert on
October 16.

 

I Will Lift Mine Eyes – Runestad
Star Spangled Banner
Armed Forces – The Pride of America
The Ones Left Standing
Girls – Ride on King Jesus
Girls – Gott Ist Mein Hirt

 

 

TEKS: 117.313 (3) 1h – Analyze concepts of music such as rhythm, meter, melody, harmony, texture, key expression markings, dynamics and timbre using literature selected for performance

TEKS: 117.313 ( 3) 5a. Discriminate representative examples of music by genre, style, culture, and historical period

TEKS: 117.313 (3) 6a – Exhibit informed concert etiquette as a performer and an audience member during live and recorded performances in a variety of settings

6th Grade Choir – Week of October 1 – 5

Warm ups:

Do, Re, Mi

Oo..

Mee, May, Mah, Moh, Moo

 

Rehearse Musical – “ON THE RADIO”

 

Rhythm Bee

 

Sight Singing – SOS

 

TEKS: 117.208 (3) 3b – Perform music alone and in groups, demonstrating appropriate physical fundamental techniques such as hand position, articulation, and posture

 

TEKS: 117.208 (3) 6a – Demonstrate appropriate concert and stage etiquette as an informed, actively involved listeners and performers during live and recorded performances in a variety of settings.

 

TEKS: 117.208 (3) 6b – Identify criteria for listening to and evaluating musical performances.

 

7th and 8th Grade Choir Lesson Plans – Week of October 1 – 5

Warm Ups will be chosen from the following list:
Do, Re….Major 2nd…..
Do, Do,Re, Do…..

 

From : Voice Builders
Sing Ah!!!
Do, Ti, La, So, Fa, Mi, Re, Do
Joy!! P. 9 Voice Builders for better choirs
The Lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue
(Posture)
Sternum Power
Hug Yourself
Karate Kid
(Breathing)
Farinelli
Italian Breath
Back Stretch
(Phonation)
Home Alone
Hummers
Get rid of the nose
(Blend)
Bouncing
Alleluia
Hoo!
Ear Training…123456789
Choral warm up
Do major scale
Do Minor scale

Sight Singing
Tim Winebrennar – Intro to Sight Singing
Rhythm Bee #8 – # 10

Songs:
Students will continue to learn and memorize their appropriate part on each of the following songs; improving their tone and vocal recognition of notes.
Students will prepare for All-Region Auditions
Students will prepare for Fall Concert
My Lagan Love – Farnell
In You I Found – Farnell
Gloria Festiva – Crocker
Gloria – Krunnfusz
Polly Wolly Doodle – Robinson
Climbin’ Up the Mountain Children – Dilworth
Star Spangled Banner
Armed Forces – The Pride of America

TEKS: 117.210 ( 3) 2d – Read music notation using appropriate cognitive and kinesthetic responses such as inner hearing and Curwen hand signs

TEKS: 117.210 (3) 5b – Apply criteria for listening to and evaluating musical performances

TEKS: 117.210 (3) 5c – Demonstrate processes and apply the tools for self-evaluation and personal artistic improvement such as critical listening to individual and group performance recording

 

Choir Lesson Plans – Week of October 1 – 5

Choir Lesson Plans – Week of October 1 – 5, 2018

Junior Varsity and Varsity
Warm Ups will be chosen from the following list:
Do, Re….Major 2nd…..
Do, Do,Re, Do…..
From : Voice Builders
Sing Ah!!!
Do, Ti, La, So, Fa, Mi, Re, Do
Joy!! P. 9 Voice Builders for better choirs
The Lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue
(Posture)
Sternum Power
Hug Yourself
Karate Kid
(Breathing)
Farinelli
Italian Breath
Back Stretch
(Phonation)
Home Alone
Hummers
Get rid of the nose
(Blend)
Bouncing
Alleluia
Hoo!
Ear Training…123456789
Choral warm up
Do major scale
Do Minor scale

Sight Singing will be chosen from the following:
90 Days to Sight Singing Week 8 – Varsity
Week 1 – JV
Interval Test on Tuesday, Sept. 25

 

Songs:
Students will continue to learn and memorize their appropriate part on each of the following songs; improving their tone and vocal recognition of notes.
I Will Lift Mine Eyes – Runestad
Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn – Bach
Gloria – Ramirez
Star Spangled Banner
Armed Forces – The Pride of America
The Ones Left Standing
Girls – Ride on King Jesus
Girls – Gott Ist Mein Hirt
PREPARE FOR ALL – REGION AUDITIONS ON SATURDAY
PREPARE FOR FALL CONCERT

 

TEKS: 117.313 (3) 1h – Analyze concepts of music such as rhythm, meter, melody, harmony, texture, key expression markings, dynamics and timbre using literature selected for performance

TEKS: 117.313 ( 3) 5a. Discriminate representative examples of music by genre, style, culture, and historical period

TEKS: 117.313 (3) 6a – Exhibit informed concert etiquette as a performer and an audience member during live and recorded performances in a variety of settings

6th Grade Choir – Lesson Plans – Week of Sept. 24 – 28

Rehearse Musical – “ON THE RADIO”

Rhythm Bee

Sight Singing – SOS
TEKS: 117.208

 

  • 117.208(3)1d – Identify musical forms presented aurally and through music notation such as binary, ternary, phrasic rondo, and theme and variations
  • 117.208(3)2d – Read music notation using appropriate cognitive and kinesthetic responses such as inner hearing and Curwen hand signs
  • 117.208(3) 4e – Sight-read independently and expressively, with accurate intonation and rhythm, demonstrating fundamental skills and appropriate solo, small ensemble, and large ensemble performance techniques in known keys and rhythms
  • 117.208 (3) 5c – identify relationships of music concepts to other academic disciplines such as the relationship between music and mathematics, literature, history, and the sciences

TEKS: 117.208 (3) 2e Sight read unison and homophonic music using the appropriate clef in a minimum of two keys and three meters, including 2/4, ¾, and 4/4.