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West Visayas State University

Integrated Laboratory School La Paz, Iloilo City LESSON GUIDE in MUSIC VI (Theory with Skill Lessons) Music Theory 1st Grading Scale Time Allotment 1 hour (Theory) 1 hour (Skill) Lesson Incorporation Guitar Scales (Playing the C major Scale) Activities Theory Present the scale of C major on the staff Present a keyboard indicating whole steps and half steps Present the major and minor modes with corresponding interval relationship Listening skill in major and minor (use keyboard) Skill Present tuning of the guitar Present the scale of C major in guitar Plotting of fingers to perform the scale on the guitar Performance of the scale using a guitar Theory Give an example of a major key signature (C major) Indicate the interval relationship of the scale Present a new key signature (G major and F major) Compare the relationship of the C major scale with G major and F major Present the different sharp and flat key signature families with the corresponding acronyms and number of sharps or flats (table) Skill Present a new key signature scale (G major) Plotting of fingers to perform the scale on the guitar Performance of the scale using a guitar Theory Sing a round song followed by singing of the sustained notes. Present a staff with the triads Present a chart or table indicating the names of the Chords or Triads Focus on the Root, Subdominant and Dominant chords (major chords) Examine interval relationship (by semitones) Present examples of major chords in different key signatures Skill Present charts of major key signatures for guitar Placing fingers in correct positions for specific basic major chords Practical strumming of the chords Theory Present a staff with the triads Present a chart or table indicating the names of the Chords or Triads Focus on the Supertonic, Mediant and Submediant chords (minor chords) Examine interval relationship (by semitones) Present examples of minor chords in different key

Key Signature

2 hours (Theory 1 hour (Skill)

Guitar Key Signatures (Playing the G major Scale)

2nd Grading Chords and Triads

1 hour (Theory) 1 hour (Skill)

Guitar Chords (Major Chords)

Chords and Triads

1 hour (Theory) 1 hour (Skill)

Guitar Chords (Minor Chords)

Chords and Triads

2 hours (Skill)

Guitar Chords (Major and Minor Chords) Guitar strumming (rhythmic with the use of notes)

Chords and Triads 3rd Grading Chords and Triads

2 hour (Skill) 2 hours (Skill)

Guitar Accompaniment Guitar Chords (Major and Minor Chords with Major 7th and 7th Chords) Guitar strumming (rhythmic with use of rhythmic exercises in the book of Mahinay) Dynamics, Phrasing, and Rhythm Preparatory Note Reading for Plucking Exercises Performance Composition with the use of Chords Drill practice in composition using chords (Basic chords to Advanced chords) Performance

signatures Skill Present charts of minor key signatures for guitar Placing fingers in correct positions for specific basic minor chords Practical strumming of the chords Skill Present the major and minor chords to be used in a chart Placement of fingers in correct positions Presentation of a rhythmic pattern (use Kodaly rhythmic chant) Application of the rhythmic activity by rhythmic strumming Incorporation of chords with strumming patterns Accompany two songs (one folk song and one pop song of choice) Group Performance will serve as the project. Skill Present additional major and minor chords to be used in a chart Present major 7th and 7th chords Placement of fingers in correct positions Presentation of a rhythmic pattern (use Kodaly rhythmic chant) Application of the rhythmic activity by rhythmic strumming Incorporation of chords with strumming patterns Discussion on Dynamics and Phrasing Discussion on Different Rhythmic Patterns (Pop Rock, Waltz, Bossa Nova) Guitar Solfeggio: Review Presentation of Plucking as a Method in Playing Guitar Instruction about Plucking Plucking Exercises Performance on Plucking Exercises This will serve as project Discussion of Basic Theory in Composition Lecture on Musical Forms (AA-strophic, AB-binary, ABA-ternary and ABACA-rondo structure) Guidance in composing simple songs. Activities in strumming and plucking exercises used in composition Performance of Composed song with Guitar Accompaniment This will serve as project Noted by: ________________________ PROF. ROSSINI MONSALUD Cooperating Teacher

Elements of Music (Advanced Lecture) Solfeggio

1 hour (Theory) 4 hours (Skill)

Performance 4th Grading Composition Composition

1 hour (Skill) 2 hour (Theory) 4 hours (Skill)

Composition

2 hour

Prepared by: _______________________ JOSE R. TATON JR. Student Intern, WVSU-ILS