ACTIVITIES KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS SONGS

Do you all think we should include SEL?

MELODY: do-re-mi-so (key of C) (Pr4.2)

RHYTHM: Same & different) (Pr4.2)

GENRE: Samoan Sasa (Re7.1)

Mary Had a Little Lamb

Samoan Sasa



RHYTHM: Quarter (ta) and pair-eighth (ti-tit) notes (Pr4.2)

ASSESSMENT: Rubric (Pr5.1) 

Samoan Sasa

Mary had a little lamb



TONE COLORS: Classical Instruments (Pr4.3)

Brass
Woodwind
String
Percussion



MELODY: do-re-mi-so-la (Pr4.2)

SCALE: Do-pentatonic (Pr4.2)

STYLE: Pop music (Re7.2)

Don't Worry, Be Happy!



HARMONY: Playing Boomwhackers (Pr6.1)

IMPROVISATION: Do-pentatonic (Cr1.1 & 3.1)

Power of the Pentatonic Scale
Boomwhakers



TONALITIES: Major and minor scales (Pr4.3)

TEMPO: fast & slow (Pr4.3)

STYLE: JAZZ, Jewish folk dance (Re7.1)

Mary Had a Little Lamb (Jazz style)
Shabat Shalom



RHYTHM: Dotted half note, 3/4, Simple Triple Meter (Pr4.2)

HARMONY: Round (Pr6.1)

ASSESSMENT: Singing Rubric (Pr5.1) 

Oh, How Lovely
The Sound of Music



RHYTHM: 16th notes (Tiri-tiri) (Pr4.2)

PERFORMING: Boomwhackers/Body Percussion (Pr6.1)

COMPOSITION: Hawaiian Terms (Cr2.1)

Dalcroze game
Waimānalo Warriors



REPERTOIRE - Doraji (Pr4.1)

MELODY: Pentatonic solfege on staff (Pr4.2)
FORM: same and different phrases (Pr4.2)
METER: Simple and Compound meters (Pr4.2)

STYLE/TONE COLORS: Korean folk song (Re8.1)

ASSESSMENT: Singing Rubric (Pr5.1) 

Doraji



REPERTOIRE - We Shall Overcome (Pr4.1)

RHYTHM: Dotted quarter-eighth (tai-ti) (Pr4.2)

FORM: Same and different phrases (Pr4.2)

STYLE: Civil Rights Movement (Re7.2)

ASSESSMENT: Singing Rubric (Pr5.1) 

We Shall Overcome



SCALE: Notes in C major scale (add fa and ti) (Pr4.2)

HARMONY: Canon (Pr6.1)

FORM: Same and different phrases (Pr4.2)

TONALITIES: Major and minor scales (Pr4.2)

We shall overcome
Water Canon



REPERTOIRE - Doraji, Kāhuli Aku (Pr4.1)

TRANSPOSITION, from C to F major (Pr4.2)

SCALE: Notes in F major (Pr4.2)

KEY SIGNATURE: Accidental, B-flat (Pr4.2)

STYLE: Hawaiian Hula (Re7.2)

 

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Doraji

Kāhuli Aku



Music Piece - Movement #4: Vanished Voices: A Farewell to the ʻŌʻō (Pr4.1)

TONALITIES, TONE COLORS, REGISTER, ARRANGEMENT, DYNAMICS: (Re7.1, Re7.2, Re8.1)

Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds:

Movement #4: Vanished Voices: A Farewell to the ʻŌʻō

Classical Instruments



Activity #14

HULA: Pr6.1

I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)




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Comments: 7
  • #7

    Lauren F (Monday, 09 May 2022 18:41)

    Do you all think we should include SEL?
    Personally, I think no need, only if HOPE requires it. I would think that most people would be accessing this site for the music content and the SEL is just kind of a bonus. But if you want to be more thorough then I'm not opposed to it either.

  • #6

    Katherine (Sunday, 10 April 2022 14:19)

    My feedback would be similar to Janice's. I like how the activities are grouped by topic, but it's also a little confusing because at first glance it seems like some steps are "missing," until you see them under a different category. So it might be helpful to have a list of the activities in order, if there's space for it somewhere.

  • #5

    Janice (Friday, 08 April 2022 17:45)

    I like how we grouped the activities under their main objectives. Could we also somewhere have the activities listed in order?

  • #4

    Lauren F (Sunday, 27 March 2022 14:02)

    For the Activity #2 page, it doesn't appear that we cover 2/4 meter. Maybe take it out of the title/table of contents at the top of this page.

  • #3

    CY (Wednesday, 23 March 2022 14:50)

    Lauren,
    I am going to take down a lot of the content of Punaewele after this - as you mentioned, we are not correctly under lock down. I will work on this later.

  • #2

    Kevin (Friday, 18 March 2022 21:57)

    The feedback that I have here is condensing - which we will do later?
    Since there is a lot of great information contained within all of the pages of the site, I think it would be best to consolidate when possible.

    For example:
    The first two sentences could be condensed - This is a unit for all middle/intermediate school students regardless of previous music experience (General Music in Elementary or New to Music at the Intermediate Level).

    The last two sentences of the first paragraph could be - Please feel free to supplement with activities appropriate to the level of your students as the four sections in this unit are NOT lesson plans.

  • #1

    Lauren F (Wednesday, 16 March 2022 14:07)

    In "Our Motivation" section below, it says schools are closed, so you may want to update that.