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DME SONG ASSIGNMENT

Each student will teach a song by rote in a classroom setting

 

 

Grading Criteria

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clarity of presentation

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appropriateness to grade level

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organization and lesson flow

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time frame

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proper use of repetition and drill

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accomplishment of objective

 

 

 

Song Micro-teach Requirements

 

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It is not necessary to turn in a lesson plan in advance of this lesson.  It is your responsibility, however, to get approval for the song you intend to teach one week prior to the lesson.

 

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Teach the song in the most efficient manner possible.  It is wise to time your teach before presentation to ensure this time frame.  Some activities take less or more time than you anticipate

 

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Follow a clear line to accomplish your objective (simplest to more complex)

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Be prepared and organized.  Eliminate lag time.

 

 

Procedure

 

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Choose a song to teach to the class.  You may choose a song from the song list, one from an elementary music book in 112A, or from another source.  Choose one that will not be familiar to most students. 

 

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Identify the grade level that your song will fit

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Teach the song to your classmates by rote:  begin with short phrases in a modeling procedure.  Continue in cumulative fashion until the 'students' have learned the song

 

 

 

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