Unit Plan: Ode To Joy teacher: David Naylor Keywords



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Unit Plan: Ode To Joy

TEACHER: David Naylor

Keywords:Composers, Composition, Classical music


YEAR
9


LEVEL
3


DURATION
2 weeks weeks





Achievement Objectives Being Assessed

Learning Outcomes

Music - Sound Arts
Understanding Music - Sound Arts in Context


Students will:



· Level 3: identify and describe the characteristics of music associated with a range of sound environments, in relation to historical, social, and cultural contexts.

· Level 3: explore ideas about how music serves a variety of purposes and functions in their lives and in their communities.

Students will understand about Art Music, the Symphony Orchestra and Art Rock and how Music is used to mark special occassions such as the fall of the Berlin Wall.

The students will be able to play Ode to Joy as a solo and group on the keyboards which will involve using language, symbols, and texts, managing self, relating to others and participating and contributing.



Music - Sound Arts
Communicating and Interpreting in Music - Sound Arts


Students will:



· Level 3: prepare and present brief performances of music, using performance skills and techniques.

· Level 3: respond to and reflect on live and recorded music.

AIMS

Actively involved
Inclusion
innovation, inquiry, and curiosity,
diversity


LEARNING INTENTIONS

thinking
using language, symbols, and texts
managing self
relating to others
participating and contributing.


KEY COMPETENCIES

Thinking
Using language, symbols, and texts
Managing self
Relating to others
Participating and contributing



FOCUSING QUESTIONS

Does the music created by Beethoven and Pink Floyd reflect the history of the fall of the Berlin Wall?

TEACHER BACKGROUND READING

· Assessing in the Arts
http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/arts/whatmeasure.asp

· Learning Through the Arts
http://www.learningthroughart.org/research_findings.php

· The New Zealand Curriculum - Vision
http://arts.unitec.ac.nz/engageinarts/curriculum/vision.php

· The New Zealand Curriculum - Principles
http://arts.unitec.ac.nz/engageinarts/curriculum/principles.php

· The New Zealand Curriculum - Values
http://arts.unitec.ac.nz/engageinarts/curriculum/values.php

· The New Zealand Curriculum - Key Competencies
http://arts.unitec.ac.nz/engageinarts/curriculum/key_competencies.php

LEARNING SEQUENCE


Teaching and Learning Experiences

Ongoing Assessment Approaches

Students will learn the notes C to G on the keyboard.
Students will learn how to perform as an ensemble.
Students will learn how to play the Ode to Joy.
Students will watch DVD's of the history of the Berlin Wall/ Pink Floyd and the Ode to Joy.
Students will learn about Art Music/ Art Rock and a Symphony (Orchestra)


Students can complete performance tasks and complete task sheets.

Summative Assessment

Students perform Ode to Joy as a solosi, as a group and complete the assesement task.

ASSESSMENT

Arts

Learning Outcomes

Students will understand about Art Music, the Symphony Orchestra and Art Rock and how Music is used to mark special occassions such as the fall of the Berlin Wall.

The students will be able to play Ode to Joy as a solo and group on the keyboards which will involve using language, symbols, and texts, managing self, relating to others and participating and contributing.



Criteria



Students will have performed Ode to Joy on the keyboard as a soloist and as part of an ensemble and be able to describ art music, art rock, a syphony orchestra and how music has been used to mark the fall of the Berlin Wall.




RESOURCES

Electronic

New Zealand Curriculum Exemplars

· The Arts Exemplars
http://www.tki.org.nz/r/assessment/exemplars/arts/index_e.php

School/Community

· Musical score


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