Are you looking for rubrics to use in your music classroom? Is your school district requiring you to have more data regarding student growth? For the past seven years, I have presented workshops about assessment in the music classroom, including how to create and use rubrics.
This product includes:
: Identifying meter, Identifying instruments & instrument families, Identifying non-pitched percussion instruments, Identifying rhythm patterns, Identifying melodic patterns, Playing the beat, Playing an ostinato, Playing an instrumental piece, Responding to music, Singing melodic patterns
: 3-beat meter post-test, Instrument and instrument family worksheet, Mystery instrument PDF, Non-pitched percussion worksheet, Pirate Patterns game for ta and ti-ti, Let's go to the movies game for sol, mi, and la (has students identifying melodic patterns by sight and sound), "Pease Porridge Hot" with sample ostinato, 2 SQUILT worksheets, Melodic pattern for singing sol-mi patterns
*How to write a rubric
*Why use rubrics
If you are collaborating with other music teachers, you have permission to copy up to 3 rubrics for your meeting. I do ask that if you do this, you share information about my store so other teachers can browse this product, other products, and freebies. Otherwise, you can purchase additional licenses.
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This set can be used with my Ready-to-Use Rubrics, Set 1,
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Music rubrics, Music rubric, Kodaly, Orff, instrument families