Demonstration of Kansas Music Teacher Standards
Entry 2) Contextual Factors Entry 3) Teaching Unit Entry 4) Learning Environment Entry 5) Evaluations Entry 6) Logs
Entry #3 : Instructional Unit Plan
Part 1: Learning Goals and Objectives Part 2: Instructional Design Part 3: Integration Skills
Part 4: Assessment Procedures Part 5: Self-Evaluation of Instructional Unit
Part 1: Learning Goals and Objectives
State Content Standards and School Improvement Goals
- State Standards, benchmarks and indicators related to this unit
- School QPA/NCA Targeted Improvement Goal related to this unit
Learning Goals and Objectives (What will students know and be able to do at the end of this unit?)
Example Goal: Students will understand the expressive purpose of the rhythmic movement in this composition.
Example Objectives (there may be more than one objective to reach a goal): 1. Given any rhythm selected from the composition, the students will be able to identify the placement of the beat by placing counting references under each note/rest. 2. Given any rhythm in the piece, the students will perform the rhythm against an audible pulse with 95% accuracy.
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