SBS:Performing Arts Level 06 v2

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Performing Arts Level 06 Capacity Matrices


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Expression of Music

Measurement Topic: PA.06.611 Perform music in unison and two parts accurately and expressively at the minimal level of 1 on the difficulty rating scale Capacity Matrix PA.06.611

PA.06.611.01.02 Sing or play in unison and two parts (level 1) with correct body/instrument position (CAS: 6.1.1.a)

PA.06.611.02.02 Respond to conductor's cues of tempo; dynamics; and 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4 time (CAS: 6.1.1.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.06.612 Perform music accurately and expressively at the minimal level of 0.5 on the difficulty rating scale at the first reading Capacity Matrix PA.06.612

PA.06.612.01.02 Sight-read, observing all musical symbols, tempo indications, expressive indications, and technical indications (CAS: 6.1.2.a)

PA.06.612.02.02 Maintain consistent tone quality, intonation, balance, blend, and phrasing when sight reading (CAS: 6.1.2.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.06.613 Demonstrate understanding of major and minor scales Capacity Matrix PA.06.613

PA.06.613.01.02 Sing or play two major scales in keys appropriate for their instrument or voice (CAS: 6.1.3.a)

PA.06.613.02.02 Sing or play one minor scale in keys appropriate for their instrument or voice (CAS: 6.1.3.b)

Creation of Music

Measurement Topic: PA.06.621 Create melodic and rhythmic patterns Capacity Matrix PA.06.621

PA.06.621.01.02 Notate a combination of simple melodic patterns with structured parameters using current technology with or without tonal accompaniment (CAS: 6.2.1.a)

PA.06.621.02.02 Notate a combination of simple rhythmic patterns with structured parameters using current technology with or without tonal accompaniment (CAS: 6.2.1.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.06.622 Improvise call-and-response patterns Capacity Matrix PA.06.622

PA.06.622.01.02 Demonstrate preparatory improvisations using a two- to four-note call and response rhythmically (CAS: 6.2.2.a)

PA.06.622.02.02 Demonstrate preparatory improvisations using a two- to four-note call and response melodically (CAS: 6.2.2.b)

Theory of Music

Measurement Topic: PA.06.631 Identification of rhythmic and melodic patterns in musical examples Capacity Matrix PA.06.631

PA.06.631.01.02 Identify and demonstrate rhythms within musical examples that incorporate eighth notes and corresponding rests in 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 meter signatures (CAS: 6.3.1.a)

PA.06.631.02.02 Demonstrate alteration of written rhythms within musical examples, using pp/ff, largo/allegro, legato/staccato and application of accents as found in a beginning level composition (CAS: 6.3.1.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.06.632 Notation of level .5 compositions using appropriate clef for instrument and/or voice Capacity Matrix PA.06.632

PA.06.632.01.02 Identify and transcribe or demonstrate notes in alto, bass, or treble clefs in appropriate instrumental and vocal settings; can also include guitar tabulature identification (CAS:6.3.2.a)

PA.06.632.02.02 Notate a major scale and its relative minor (CAS: 6.3.2.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.06.633 Analysis of a beginning level composition or performance using musical elements Capacity Matrix PA.06.633

PA.06.633.01.02 Describe, using a minimum of two markings (dynamic and tempo) when analyzing a musical example (CAS: 6.3.3.a)

PA.06.633.02.02 Analyze articulation, dynamics and tempo during performances (CAS: 6.3.3.b)

PA.06.633.03.02 Using current classroom repertoire, identify I, IV, V chords (CAS: 6.3.3.c)

Aesthetic Valuation of Music

Measurement Topic: PA.06.641 Determination of strengths and weaknesses in musical performances according to specific criteria Capacity Matrix PA.06.641

PA.06.641.01.02 Identify criteria used in evaluating various kinds of musical performances (CAS: 6.4.1.a)

PA.06.641.02.02 Employ basic specific music terminology related to elements of performance and evaluation to discuss a music performance (CAS: 6.4.1.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.06.642 Description of music's role in the human experience and ways music is used and enjoyed in society Capacity Matrix PA.06.642

PA.06.642.01.02 Relate and discuss how various aesthetic qualities communicate images, feelings, or emotions in specific musical works (CAS: 6.4.2.a)

PA.06.642.02.02 Discuss potential influence of music on emotions and behavior (CAS: 6.4.2.b)

PA.06.642.03.02 Categorize a listening library of music literature and repertoire that represents various styles and cultures from a span of musical eras (CAS: 6.4.2.c)


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