National Standard for Music Education 4: Composing and arranging music within specified guidelies
National Standard for Music Education 5: Reading and notating music.
National Standard for Music Education 7: Evaluating music and music performances
Standard 4: Student composition has 3 different sections (A,B and C) both rhythmically and tonally.
Standard 5: Final work is submitted in Finale (or some other readable notation format) as a complete composition.
Standard 5: Composition contains at least 5 of the following elements – treble clef, double bar line, dynamics, 4 measures in each section, correct number of beats in each measure, time signature, and ends on the note ‘C’.
Standard 7: Completes the peer cooperation rubric for self and others; accepted a role and completed assigned tasks. Adds to Wiki at least twice each week.
Students will randomly choose A, B or C.
Each group of three students will compose 4 measures of music using a software notation program such as Finale
Sections will be put together in Rondo form (ABACA pattern) to create a complete piece of music.
Students will provide ongoing communication via the Wiki as evidence of team cooperation.
Student team will submit final composition.
Students will submit a self and peer cooperation rubric upon completion of assignment.