child_friendly_music_levels_posters

child_friendly_music_levels_posters - Level 1: I can make...

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I can make and change sounds. I choose sounds to represent my teacher’s ideas. Level 2: I can organise sounds in simple structures (e.g. beginning, middle, end). I compose using a starting point from the teacher. I improve my own work. Level 3: I combine several layers of sound on purpose for effect. I make improvements to my work, talking about how it was supposed to sound. I can improvise repeated patterns. Level 4: I use improvisation to develop ideas. I suggest improvements to my own work, saying whether it sounded like I wanted it to. Level 5: I can experiment with techniques used by other composers. I can use a variety of notations. I can compose music for a variety of occasions. I can compose melodies, rhythms, chords and structures. I refine and improve my work. Level 6: I use suitable notations to plan, revise and refine my work. I can improvise and compose in different genres and styles, I can use techniques other composers have used . Self assessment:
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course MUSIC 378 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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