Whoops! Something went wrong.

Click here to refresh the page

Lesson 9 Level 2 S-Cubed Middle School Sight Singing Program for Beginners

Grade Levels
Product Rating
File Type

Presentation (Powerpoint) File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

3 MB|27 pages
Product Description
S-Cubed Lesson 9 Level 2 Product Description

This is Lesson 9 in the S-Cubed Level 2 Series.

This product is only intended for teachers and students who have completed the Original S-Cubed Series for Beginners, and who have also completed Lessons 1-8 in Level 2.
Lesson 1 in the series.

Link to Lesson 1 of Level 2.
Lesson 1 of Level 2

This method is intended only for SAB or Three-part choirs that include the boy's changing or changed voice all of whom have completed S-Cubed Original Series before their voices changed.   It is not intended for people who have completed other sight singing programs and who believe they are ready for S-Cubed Level 2.  Do not buy this lesson in that situation. It will be a waste of your money.

 Here is the link to the original series.  Please start there before buying this product. 

Click to go to the Original S-Cubed Middle School Sight Singing Series for Beginners

In Lesson 9, we focus on helping the students learn to successfully build a major scale on any key and naming the notes. I offer techniques to help them begin to ask the important questions as they relate to the key signature. It is always at about this time that my beginners start to notice things in their repertoire and ask questions about sharp symbols or flat symbols that are located directly in front of pitches. This is exactly what we want. Because we have successfully instilled techniques and we’ve filled their toolboxes with so many awesome tools, their curiosity kicks in and their hunger to learn what is next increases.

There are four days of lessons in this program, three sight singing examples, and an assessment is included in day 4.

In addition to the work with building the scales, we are also continuing to build their 3-part confidence through the three rhythm exercises with increasing difficulty in this lesson. We also bring back the game (Forbidden Pattern) using Chromatics with a focus on the octave tuning that is so critical for a successful young mixed choir.

Click here to see what is covered in Lesson 10 of Level 2

One successful step at a time…the S-Cubed way…as we work to help our beginners become highly competent, curious literate musicians.

Level 2 requires very advanced thinking and reasoning skills, and it is best used with 8th grade and higher.

All links to the video teaching tips and video teaching examples are included. You get to see how Mr. D has takes his own true, public school beginners into the early stages of theoretical understanding.

Stay connected with Mr D:

Like me on Facebook for Flash Freebies and Special Deals!

Click here to follow my blog!

Follow me on Twitter!

Follow me on TPT!

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel to see the latest teaching tips!

Follow me on Pinterest!

Please +1 all of my products on Google Plus!
Please rate my program and send feedback on my program on the TPT website! Contact me at dduncan158@gmail.com if you have any questions, concerns or need guidance in any way!

Please Google +1 all of my products! Thank you!
Follow my blog: http://inthemiddlewithmrd1.blogspot.com/
Follow me on Twitter:
Like me on Facebook:
Follow me on Teacher Pay Teachers:
Subscribe to my YouTube Channel:

Please rate my program and send feedback on my program on the TPT website!

Contact me at inthemiddlewithmrd@gmail.com if you have any questions, concerns or need guidance in any way!

Total Pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
3 days
Report Copyright Infringement
  • Comments & Ratings
  • Product Q & A
Digital Download
List Price:
You Save:
Add one to cart



Digital Download
List Price:
You Save:
Add one to cart
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up