- How do I play un-pitched percussion instruments?
- Un-pitched percussion instruments play sounds that are not assigned pitches in the Western tempered scale.
- Un-pitched percussion instruments require proper playing technique.
- (Priority) Performing #4: Select, analyze, and interpret artistic work for presentation
- (Supporting) Performing#5: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation
- (Priority) Responding #7: Perceive and analyze artistic work
- (Priority) MU:Pr4.1.Kb With guidance, explore and demonstrate awareness of musical contrasts (for example, high/low, loud/soft, same/different) in a variety of music selected for performance.
- (Supporting) MU:Pr5.1.Ka With guidance, apply personal, teacher, and peer feedback to refine performances.
- (Priority) MU:Re7.1.Kb With guidance, demonstrate how a specific music concept (for example, beat, melodic direction) is used in music.
What to Teach
- I can/SWBAT play a variety of un-pitched percussion instruments with proper technique.
- I can/SWBAT differentiate between playing and resting on an un-pitched percussion instrument.
- I can/SWBAT demonstrate steady beat on an un-pitched percussion instrument.
- I can/SWBAT demonstrate soft and loud sounds on an un-pitched percussion instrument.
- I can/SWBAT apply feedback and criteria to refine my un-pitched percussion technique.