The student describes and analyzes musical sound and demonstrates musical artistry.
K.1.1 (A) identify the difference between the singing and speaking voice; and
Distinguish low, middle and high vocal registers;Identify speaking voice and singing voice.
K.1.1 (B) identify the timbre of adult voices and instruments.
Distinguish the difference between adult and children's voices;Recognize the difference between melodic and percussive instruments.
STRAND: Creative performance/expression
The student performs a varied repertoire of music.
K.2.1 (A) sing or play classroom instruments independently or in a group; and
Demonstrate singing, speaking, shouting, and whispering voices;Sing independently and/or in a group, simple songs with a limited range;
Explore music making with unpitched instruments and body percussion.
K.2.1 (B) sing songs from diverse cultures and styles or play such songs on musical instruments.
Sing simple songs with a limited range and play games from diverse cultures, particularly those of the local community;Explore music from diverse cultures with unpitched instruments and body percussion.
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The student relates music to history, to society, and to culture.
K.3.1 (A) sing songs and play musical games from different cultures; and
Sing beginning songs and play musical games of the various cultures represented in the United States.
K.3.1 (B) identify simple relationships between music and other subjects.
Identify the relationship between music and other Fine Arts, including movement and visual arts;Discover connections between music and other curriculum areas.
The student responds to and evaluates music and musical performance.
K.4.1 (A) identify steady beat in musical performances; and
Aurally identify steady beat in live and recorded performances.
K.4.1 (B) identify higher/lower, louder/softer, faster/slower, and same/different in musical performances.
Aurally identify large changes in pitch or register as "higher" or "lower" in live and recorded performances;Aurally identify changes in dynamics as "louder" or "softer" in live and recorded performances;
Aurally identify changes in tempo as "faster" or "slower" in live and recorded performances;Aurally identify rhythmic or melodic patterns as "same" or "different" in live and recorded performances.
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