- What is the symbol at the very beginning of the music?
- What is the musical alphabet?
- How do I read notes on the lines and spaces?
- Written Western music uses symbols, or clefs, to denote musical ranges.
- The Treble clef has specific letter names for notes written on the lines and spaces of the music staff.
- (Supporting) Creating #2: Organize and develop artistic ideas and work
- (Priority) Performing #4: Select, analyze, and interpret artistic work for presentation
- (Supporting) MU:Cr2.1.3b Use standard and/ or iconic notation and/ or recording technology to document personal rhythmic and melodic musical ideas.
- (Priority) MU:Pr4.1.3c When analyzing selected music, read and perform rhythmic patterns and melodic phrases using iconic and standard notation.
What to Teach
- I can/SWBAT visually identify and define the Treble clef symbol.
- I can/SWBAT visually identify and define a music staff.
- I can/SWBAT read the following lines on the Treble clef staff:
- E (1st line)
- G (2nd line)
- B (3rd line)
- D (4th line)
- F (5th line)
- I can/SWBAT read the following spaces on the Treble clef staff:
- F (1st space)
- A (2nd space)
- C (3rd space)
- E (4th space)