- How do I play recorder?
- Recorder is a wind instrument.
- Proper recorder playing requires demonstration of melodic, rhythmic, and expressive components.
- (Supporting) Creating #2: Organize and develop artistic ideas and work
- (Priority) Performing #4: Select, analyze, and interpret artistic work for presentation
- (Supporting) Performing #5: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation
- (Priority) Performing #6: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work
- (Supporting) MU:Cr2.1.4a Demonstrate selected and organized musical ideas for an improvisation, arrangement, or composition to express intent, and explain connection to purpose and context.
- (Priority) MU:Pr4.1.4c When analyzing selected music, read and perform using iconic and/or standard notation.
- (Supporting) MU:Pr5.1.4a Apply teacherprovided and collaboratively developed criteria and feedback to evaluate accuracy and expressiveness of ensemble and personal performances.
- (Priority) MU:Pr6.1.4a Perform music, alone or with others, with expression, technical accuracy, and appropriate interpretation.
What to Teach
- I can/SWBAT read the following treble clef notes while playing recorder:
- Low E
- Low D
- I can/SWBAT use proper fingerings for the following notes on recorder:
- Low E
- Low D
- I can/SWBAT read rhythms while playing recorder.
- I can/SWBAT produce proper articulation on recorder.
- I can/SWBAT demonstrate proper body position while playing recorder.
- I can/SWBAT use expression & style while playing recorder.
- I can/SWBAT apply teacher provided criteria and collaborative feedback to evaluate recorder performances.
- I can/SWBAT echo short melodic patterns on recorder.