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UAS Grade Level Objectives

UAS
Grade
Levels

KG
TWO

NY Standard 1

NY Standard 2

NY Standard 3

modified June 2015

NY Standard 4

Objectives - Students will


CP.K2.1 explore and make choices
about sound.
CP.K2.2 create sound effects to
complement a story, rhyme, picture
or song.
CP.K2.3 sing in unison simple sings of
an appropriate pitch range from
memory.
CP.K2.4 work as a group following
directions given by hand signals,
signs and/or traditional notation.
CP.K2.5 recognize that sound can be
recorded using notation or signs.
CP.K2.6 develop an ability to maintain
steady beat through non-locomotor
and locomotor activities, using body
sounds and playing instruments.
CP.K2.7 develop an ability to start and
stop together.

KU.K2.1 will begin to associate sounds


of different instruments with specific
moods and feelings.
KU.K2.2 use classroom instruments
with developing control and care.
KU.K2.3 share where they hear music in
the world around them.
KU.K2.4 will be exposed to various
vocations in music, professional and
non-professional.
KU.K2.5 will understand what it means
to be an audience member.

RA.K2.1 indicate with basic vocabulary CD.K2.1 sing songs from a variety of
whether or not they like specific
times and cultures.
listening selections.
CD.K2.2 be exposed to music from a
RA.K2.2 indicate how they feel about
variety of cultures.
their performances.
CD.K2.3 be exposed to music and
RA.K2.3 respond to contrasts in
composers from a variety of historical
musical elements in the music they
periods.
listen to.
RA.K2.4 understand how the voice and
instruments can alter pitch, loudness,
duration, and timbre.
RA.K2.5 have a basic understanding
that different types of music have
different functions.
RA.K2.6 share how they understand
and feel about particular pieces of
music.

UAS Grade Level Objectives

UAS
Grade
Levels

GRADE
ONE

NY Standard 1

NY Standard 2

NY Standard 3

modified June 2015

NY Standard 4

Objectives - Students will


CP.1.1 make choices about sounds and
organise them showing basic indications
of expressions, such as tempo, mood,
dynamics, texture, timbre.
CP.1.2 interpret and use visual symbols to
represent sounds.
CP.1.3 perform rhythmic and melodic
patterns from traditional and nontraditional notation with a steady beat.
CP.1.4 understand the purpose of a
conductor.
CP.1.5 use singing and playing to explore
concepts such as pitch, rhythm, tempo,
duration, timbre and dynamic contrasts.
CP.1.6 display vocal control in singing
through participation in rounds, folk
songs, and pentatonic songs.
CP.1.7 identify and use non-traditional
notation to record sound events.
CP.1.8 begin to recognise that the position
of a note on the staff is related to its
pitch.
CP.1.9 be introduced to the concept of
duration and recognise basic rhythm
values of quarter notes and eighth notes.

KU.1.1 use a variety of instruments with


control and care.
KU.1.2 understand that different
instruments make sounds in
different ways.
KU.1.3 share where they hear music in
the world around them.
KU.1.4 begin to identify various genres
of music, i.e. orchestra, choir, rock
band, folk ensemble etc. .
KU.1.5 will demonstrate good audience
behavior.
KU.1.6 understand that technology can
be used many ways in learning and
experiencing music.

RA.1.1 indicate with specific reasons


whether or not they like specific
listening selections.
RA.1.2 indicate with basic vocabulary
the strengths and weaknesses of
their performances.
RA.1.3 begin to use appropriate
vocabulary to distinguish and
describe musical elements.
RA.1.4 understand how the voice and
instruments can express basic
musical elements.
RA.1.5 distinguish and describe how
musical elements affect the mood
and use of the music.
RA.1.6 share how they understand and
feel about particular pieces of music.

CD.1.1 sing songs from a variety of


times and cultures.
CD.1.2 perform dances from different
cultures.
CD.1.3 be exposed to music from a
variety of cultures.
CD.1.4 be exposed to music and
composers from a variety of historical
periods.

UAS Grade Level Objectives

UAS
Grade
Levels

GRADE
TWO

NY Standard 1

NY Standard 2

NY Standard 3

modified June 2015

NY Standard 4

Objectives - Students will


CP.2.1 explore, create, select, combine, and
organise sounds into simple
compositions using traditional and nontraditional notation.
CP.2.2 will perform their compositions on
classroom instruments and other sound
sources.
CP.2.3 will begin to respond to directions
from a conductor.
CP.2.4 will perform rhythmic and melodic
patterns in meters of 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 on a
variety of instruments.
CP.2.5 play and sing with others and
develop an awareness of ensemble and
audience.
CP.2.6 sing and play with accuracy and
control, focusing on musical elements pitch, rhythm, tempo, dynamics,
duration.
CP.2.7 sing songs with simple harmonies
and partner songs.
CP.2.8 read and notate rhythm values of
quarter and eighth notes and quarter
and eighth note rests.
CP.2.9 recognise and begin to read and
notate whole and half notes and whole
and half rests.

KU.2.1 choose and arrange sounds to


create a specific mood or feeling.
KU.2.2 identify the sounds and names
of an increasing number of
instruments; orchestral and nonorchestral, and traditional and
non-western instruments.
KU.2.3 know how the music they hear
around themselves is produced.
KU.2.4 continue to identify various
genres of music.
KU.2.5 demonstrate good audience
behaviour and attentive listening.
KU.2.6 begin to explore ways
technology is used in music.

RA.2.1 begin to express strengths and


weaknesses of a listening selection
based not only on preference but
also on musical elements.
RA.2.2 begin to identify strengths and
weaknesses of their performances
based on musical elements.
RA.2.3 begin to identify with correct
vocabulary the musical elements
they hear in listening selections.
RA.2.4 understand how the voice and
instruments can alter pitch, loudness,
duration, and timbre.
RA.2.5 begin to identify specific social
and psychological functions of
music.
RA.2.6 begin to describe how music is
related to its surroundings.

CD.2.1 develop an awareness and


appreciation of music from different
sources and cultures and understand
its uses and associations.
CD.2.2 sing songs from a variety of
times and cultures.
CD.2.3 perform dances from different
cultures.
CD.2.4 begin to identify the different
historical periods of Western concert
music.
CD.2.5 study a variety of well-known
composers and their compositions.

UAS Grade Level Objectives

UAS
Grade
Levels

NY Standard 1

CP.3.1 explore and organise sounds into


simple musical forms such as binary
and ternary.
CP.3.2 notate simple compositions
using standard notation.
CP.3.3 sing and play simple melodies
from traditional notation.
CP.3.4 increase their song repertoire and
continue to develop their ability to
GRADE
sing in harmony.
THREE CP.3.5 sing and play with others
developing an increasing sensitivity
to each other and the conductor.
CP.3.6 read and notate using basic
rhythm values of whole, half, quarter,
and eighth notes and rests.
CP.3.7 recognize and begin to read and
notate dotted rhythms in simple
meters

NY Standard 2

NY Standard 3

modified June 2015

NY Standard 4

Objectives - Students will


KU.3.1 choose and arrange with
increasing complexity sounds to
create a specific mood or feeling.
KU.3.2 develop control of sounds on a
wide range of instruments.
KU.3.3 name and identify instrument
families.
KU.3.4 share why different types of
music they hear around them were
used.
KU.3.5 continue to identify various
genres of music.
KU.3.6 display attentive listening and
good audience behavior by sharing
relevant thoughts about the
performance.
KU.3.7 effectively use apps for either
learning or making music

RA.3.1 begin to express strengths and


weaknesses of a listening selection
based solely on musical elements.
RA.3.2 continue to identify strengths
and weaknesses of their
performances based on basic
musical elements.
RA.3.3 identify with increasingly
accurate vocabulary the musical
elements they hear in listening
selections.
RA.3.4 discuss and show how the voice
and instruments can alter pitch,
loudness, duration, and timbre.
RA.3.5 have a basic understanding that
different types of music have
different functions.
RA.3.6 share how they understand and
feel about particular pieces of music.

CD.3.1 develop an awareness and


appreciation of music from different
sources and cultures and understand
its uses and associations
CD.3.2 sing songs from a variety of
times and cultures.
CD.3.3 perform dances from different
cultures.
CD.3.4 continue to identify the different
historical periods of Western concert
music.
CD.3.5 study a variety of well-known
composers and their compositions.

UAS Grade Level Objectives

UAS
Grade
Levels

NY Standard 1

CP.4.1 read simple standard notation in


performance, and follow vocal or
keyboard scores in listening.
CP.4.2 use detailed notation to record
and communicate ideas.
CP.4.3 sing and play expressively to
show tempo, dynamics, texture, style
and articulation.
CP.4.4 follow and respond accurately to
a conductors indications.
CP.4.5 sing and play increasingly
complex melodies in simple and
GRADE
compound meters.
FOUR CP.4.6 sing songs with increasing
control, confidence, and expression.
CP.4.7 sing and play in an ensemble
with increasing awareness of
audience and effect of their
performance.
CP.4.8 begin to read and notate
rhythms values of sixteenth notes
and rests.
CP.4.9 begin to read and notate dotted
rhythms in compound meters.

NY Standard 2

NY Standard 3

modified June 2015

NY Standard 4

Objectives - Students will


KU.4.1 create music in response to a
range of stimuli using traditional and
non-traditional instruments.
KU.4.2 be able to categorize unfamiliar
instruments into families based on
sound production.
KU.4.3 share how music in different
settings adds or detracts from the
experience.
KU.4.4 understand the difference
between vocational and avocational
(professional and non-professional)
performance ensembles.
KU.4.5 continue to demonstrate age
appropriate audience behavior.
KU.4.6 identify various ways technology
can be used in music production and
distribution.

RA.4.1 identify strengths and


weaknesses of specific listening
selections based on their
understanding of musical elements.
RA.4.2 identify strengths and
weaknesses of their performances
based on their understanding of
musical elements.
RA.4.3 recognize and identify musical
elements in listening selections.
RA.4.4 discuss and show how the voice
and instruments can alter pitch,
loudness, duration, and timbre.
RA.4.5 describe how music can affect
the listener.
RA.4.6 describe the effect music has
on a particular setting.

CD.4.1 begin to identify the origin of


music from different sources and
cultures and understand its uses and
associations.
CD.4.2 sing and play songs from a
variety of times and cultures.
CD.4.3 identify the six historical periods
of Western concert music - Medieval,
Renaissance, Baroque, Classical,
Romantic, 20th Century.
CD.4.4 study a variety of well-known
composers and their compositions
and know which period they
composed in.

UAS Grade Level Objectives

UAS
Grade
Levels

NY Standard 1

NY Standard 2

NY Standard 3

modified June 2015

NY Standard 4

Objectives - Students will

CP.5.1 in performing ensembles, read


KU.5.1 use technology to record and
very easy/easy music (New York State
communicate musical ideas.
KU.5.2
accurately identify orchestral
School Music Association level I-II)
and non-orchestral western
and respond appropriately to the
instruments by sight and sound.
gestures of the conductor.
KU.5.3 appropriately and effectively
CP.5.2 identify and use, in individual
choose music to enhance some part
and group experiences, some of the
of their daily life - i.e. school function,
roles, processes, and actions used in
family meal, project etc. .
performing and composing music of
KU.5.4 discuss ways that music is used
their own and others.
by various members of the
CP.5.3 compose increasingly complex
community.
melodies using motives, sequences,
GRADE
KU.5.5 continue to demonstrate age
and a variety of textures.
FIVE
appropriate audience behavior.
CP.5.4 use detailed notation to record
KU.5.6 use current technology to
and communicate ideas.
manipulate sound.
CP.5.5 sing and play complex rhythmic
and melodic patterns in simple and
compound meters.
CP.5.6 sing and play with greater control
of sound production and confidence
in expression.
CP.5.7 read and notate rhythm values of
whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth
notes and rests and their dotted
equivalents.

RA.5.1 identify strengths and


weaknesses of specific listening
selections based on their
understanding of musical elements.
RA.5.2 identify strengths and
weaknesses of their performances
based on their understanding of
musical elements.
RA.5.3 describe the music they listen to
with terms related to the basic
musical elements.
RA.5.4 discuss and show how the voice
and instruments can alter pitch,
loudness, duration, and timbre.
RA.5.5 describe the musics context in
terms related to its social and
psychological functions and settings.
RA.5.6 describe their understanding of
particular pieces of music and how
they relate to their surroundings.

CP.5.1 continue to identify the origin of


music from different sources and
cultures and understand its uses and
associations.
CP.5.2 sing and play songs from a
variety of times and cultures.
CP.5.3 begin to identify the historical
and geographical influences in the six
periods of Western concert music.
CP.5.4 identify major composers and
their compositions from each
historical period.