Musical Elements (concepts)
1: Rhythm
2: Melody
3: harmony
4: form
5: expression
6: style
Musical skills
1: playing
2: singing
3: listening
4: moving
5: creating
6: reading/ writing
Magerian Objective
Condition (how exhibiting behavior)(use of musical skill: listening, creating, and singing)
Behavior: Identify
Criteria (measurable)(Percentage of students that will achieve this % of what is learned)
Bloom’s
1: Knowledge (remembering or retriving previously learned material)
2: Comprehension (ability to grasp or construct meaning from material)
3: Application (ability to use learned or implimented material)
4: Analysis (ability to break down or distinguish the parts of material into its compnent)
5: Synthesis (combining ideas, or the ability to put parts together)
6: Evaluation (comparing and why or the ability to judge, check, and even cretique)
Advanced Organizer: Hook
designend to bridge the gap between what the learner already knows and what the learner needs to know
Evaluation
Must be observable
Formative (evaluation)
ongoing feedback
Summative (evaluation)
occurs at end of a unit of study
Types of evaluation
test:
student responses to questions:
visually see who is on task:
listening:
peer assessment of other sections:
listening to peer responses to students evaluation
Key: No procedure in evaluation
1: visual
2: listening
2: student responses
Concept
general material transferred to new through experience
Process of education
structure each experience builds on top of eachother
readiness
foundations of any subject
Intuition
guess of what is going on
Interest
interest is best stimulus to learning