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4/8/2019 - Eighth Rotation Curriculum Overview

 

Kindergarten

We'll be reviewing some of the elements of music we've learned through participating in class. Students will each get a turn throughout the week to reach into the mouth of our review crocodile and choose something to review. We'll be learning a rhythm and hand pattern to the poem Crocodile, Crocodile before each student reaches in and chooses a review activity. Our in-class talent show will take place on the final day of this music rotation. Participation is highly encouraged, but not mandatory.

 

Grade 1

We'll be reviewing some of the elements of music we've learned through participating in class. Students will each get a turn throughout the week to reach into the mouth of our review crocodile and choose something to review. We'll be learning a rhythm and hand pattern to the poem Crocodile, Crocodile before each student reaches in and chooses a review activity. Our in-class talent show will take place on the final day of this music rotation. Participation is highly encouraged, but not mandatory.

 

Grade 2

We'll be reviewing some of the elements of music we've learned through participating in class. We'll play some review games early in the week to help prepare students for the music post-assessments that will be given later in the week. When post-assessments have been completed, we'll celebrate with a "station rotation" day filled with music games and a chance to try playing a new instrument! Our in-class talent show will take place on the final day of this music rotation. Participation is highly encouraged, but not mandatory.

 

Grade 3

We'll be reviewing some of the elements of music we've learned through participating in class. We'll play some review games early in the week to help prepare students for the music post-assessments that will be given later in the week. When post-assessments have been completed, we'll celebrate with a "station rotation" day filled with music games and a chance to work on recorder karate belts!

Our in-class talent show will take place on the final day of this music rotation. Participation is highly encouraged, but not mandatory.

 

Grade 4

We'll be reviewing some of the elements of music we've learned through participating in class. We'll play some review games early in the week to help prepare students for the music post-assessments that will be given later in the week. When post-assessments have been completed, we'll celebrate with a "station rotation" day filled with music games and a chance to try playing a new instrument!

Our in-class talent show will take place on the final day of this music rotation. Participation is highly encouraged, but not mandatory.

 

Grade 5

We'll be reviewing some of the elements of music we've learned through participating in class. We'll play some review games early in the week to help prepare students for the music post-assessments that will be given later in the week. When post-assessments have been completed, we'll celebrate with a "station rotation" day filled with music games and a chance to try playing a new instrument!

Our in-class talent show will take place on the final day of this music rotation. Participation is highly encouraged, but not mandatory.

Specials Teachers invite parents to come to all specials classrooms with their students for a few minutes in each content area.  If you have a conference already scheduled with a classroom teacher at which your student is not required, please feel free to send your student ahead to us, to prepare for your arrival.  Once you finish your grade level conference (or before, if you wish) your student will lead you through the classroom and give you a brief glimpse into their time in specials.  Afterward, please feel free to ask specific questions of the instructor as well.