Rhythm-Tonal Patterns _1_1

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Evaluation of Rhythm Pattern Interaction – Duple Name_______________________ Rhythm LSA Unit_____ Evaluator____________________ Section____ Criterion_____ The teacher ____ uses language clearly and concisely ____ refrains from unnecessary talking ____ establishes meter correctly Duple ____ continues to familiar patterns without interrupting the meter ____ maintains consistent tempo throughout pattern instruction ____ chants patterns accurately ____ chants patterns expressively The teacher’s gesture clearly indicates when ____ to audiate. ____ to take a macrobeat breath. ____ it is the teacher’s turn. ____ the students will echo. Overall, the teacher delivery of pattern instruction is 5 compelling, consistent, handles errors expertly 4 competent but not compelling, errors handled well 3 inconsistent, interrupts instruction after errors 2 unaware of inconsistency, inability, or errors 1 unable to attempt instruction Evaluation of Rhythm Pattern Interaction – Triple
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Unformatted text preview: Name_______________________ Rhythm LSA Unit_____ Evaluator____________________ Section____ Criterion_____ The teacher ____ uses language clearly and concisely ____ refrains from unnecessary talking ____ establishes meter correctly Triple ____ continues to familiar patterns without interrupting the meter ____ maintains consistent tempo throughout pattern instruction ____ chants patterns accurately ____ chants patterns expressively The teacher’s gesture clearly indicates when ____ to audiate. ____ to take a macrobeat breath. ____ it is the teacher’s turn. ____ the students will echo. Overall, the teacher delivery of pattern instruction is 5 compelling, consistent, handles errors expertly 4 competent but not compelling, errors handled well 3 inconsistent, interrupts instruction after errors 2 unaware of inconsistency, inability, or errors 1 unable to attempt instruction...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2011 for the course MUSIC ED 2665 taught by Professor Reesedodd during the Fall '09 term at Temple.

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