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Performing Arts 8th Grade Final

Review
Mrs. LeNoir

UNIT: Performing Arts 8th Grade Final Review


Concepts:
review musical concepts taught throughout
the marking period
1980s and 1990s musical genres and
artists/groups
Story Comparison of Romeo and Juliet to
West Side Story
guitar knowledge

Students will be able to:


answer questions about the 1980s and
1990s musical genres and artists/groups.
answer questions about Romeo and
Juliet and West Side Story.
identify names and numbers of the
guitar strings.
label guitar chord fingers: G7 C A7 D G

Materials Needed:
PowerPoint, whiteboards, whiteboard markers,
whiteboard erasers, paper, pencils, 8th grade
music finals

Created by: Mrs. Danielle LeNoir

Unit Music Standards and Grade Level Expectations


Standard V: Students will read and notate music.
GLEs: 5.1 Identify and define standard notation
Music Standard VII: Evaluating music and musical performances
GLE 7.4 Discuss and evaluate the relationship between music and human emotions
Music Standard VIII: Making connections between music, the other arts, and other
curricular areas
GLE 8.3 Make connection with other disciplines as they relate to music
Music Standard XI: Understanding music in relation to diverse cultures, times, and places
GLE 9.6 Identify and explain the characteristics that cause a musical work to be
considered culturally, historically and/or geographically significant.
IX. Understanding music in relation to history and culture.
GLE: 9.3 Describe how elements of music are used in various historical periods, cultures,
genres, and styles
GLE 9.4 Identify sources of American music genres; trace the evolution of those genres
and well-known musicians associated with them.

Unit Essential Questions

What have you learned this year in performing


arts class that you will always remember?
How can you take what you have learned over the
last nine weeks and apply it to your core
academic subjects?

P.A. 8th Gr. Final Review Agenda 1


Students will need their music folder, notes, paper,
and a writing utensil.
Warm-Up: In your learning log, students will write
and answer the following question using complete
sentences: What have you learned this year in
performing arts class that you will always
remember?
Students will:
review for 8th Grade Music Final and create a study
guide.

P.A. 8th Gr. Final Review Agenda 2


Students will need their music folder, notes, paper, and a
writing utensil.
Warm-Up: In your learning log, students will write and answer
the following question using complete sentences: How can
you take what you have learned over the last nine weeks and
apply it to your core academic subjects?
Students will:
write and answer the following question using complete
sentences: How can you take what you have learned over the
last nine weeks and apply it to your core academic subjects?
(activating strategy)
peer study for 8th Grade Music Final (instructional strategy).
Participate in white board game (summarizing strategy).

P.A. 8th Gr. Final Review Agenda 3


Students will need their music folder, notes, paper, and a
writing utensil.
Warm-Up: Students will individually review for their
music final.
Essential Question: What did you learn this marking
period and how does it make you a better
musician/student?
Students will:
will individually review for their music final.(activating strategy)
peer study for 7th Grade Music Final (instructional strategy).
participate in white board game (summarizing strategy).