Welcome to the LES Music webpage!
Last Updated on: Friday, October 13th, 2017
After school ensemble info:
|Instrument Team :
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
October 19th, 2017
What are general music classes working on in September?
||Lascassas Learning Lab
||Instrument families, so-mi-la, quarter notes, quarter rests, eighth notes, steady beat versus rhythm
||Instrument families, so-mi-la-re-do, quarter notes, quarter rests, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, steady beat versus rhythm
||Treble clef note names, movement, rhythm
Patriotic music , Veterans Day program, treble clef note names, rhythm
||Treble clef note names, recorder review , rhythm
"Tell Me, I’ll Forget.
Show Me, I’ll Remember.
Involve Me, I’ll Understand."
All Lascassas Elementary students receive 45 minutes of music per week. Music classes are based on hands-on learning. Students learn about music by CREATING, RESPONDING, CONNECTING, and PERFORMING to music and musical concepts. The National Association for Music Education’s National Standards for Music Education are the cornerstone in which each lesson built upon.
Students are being introduced to the ta-ka-di-mi rhythm counting system as well as reading rhythms with numbers. Students also learn and apply the sol-fa singing system of moveable do.
All students will also be learning about and experiencing music by using the Lascassas Music Mac Lab. The music room has 12 iMac computers which students will be using to create, compose, respond, and learn about music and music concepts.
5th grade students will be working on recorder using the Recorder Karate curriculum. Recorders may be purchased at any music store. 5th graders will also be learning about and playing ukulele.
4th graders will begin recorder in the Spring semester and will also participate in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Word and Music Program.
Mrs. Alexis Yatuzis-Derryberry
Lascassas Music Specialist