Chapter 6B: In any group of players, some students have more gifts and skills than
others. What are the benefits of teaming talented students together for improvisations?
What are the benefits of pairing special students with
March 19, 2013
Chapter 5A: What strategies might the leader employ if, during a creative activity, a student
engaged in attention-seeking behavior that made it difficult to develop ensemble playing?
An ensemble is a group that works
January 29, 2013
Chapter 1A : What is the difference between a curriculum that prepares students to make a living
and a curriculum that prepares students to make a life? Do the arts fit into either
or both? In what ways?
In light of
February 5, 2013
Chapter 2B : There is a fine line between found sound (environmental sound) music and noise.
What is the difference? What are specific techniques the leader could use to help
players distinguish between the two?
April 9th, 2013
Standard 5a: This assignment fulfills standard 5a, knowledge and theories of motivation because
it exemplifies my understanding of how to create motivating lessons. The motivation paper also
meets the standard becaus
How To Use the Standards and Why They Are Important
1. One day Chef Bob was looking through the recipes in the art standards cookbook when
he came across the term articulation. He was confused by this term and did
February 26, 2013
Chapter 3A: Many of the activities in this chapter emphasize concentration, imagination, and
teamwork. What behaviors will indicate that players are developing abilities in these areas? Is
concentration necessary f