Appropriate for middle school or beginning high school choir.
Great for a chorus substitute teacher.
♫ This worksheet is great to leave for a substitute during the first month or so during the school year. You or your sub may also use this as a tool to generate questions or discussions.
♫ Often, students do not realize that they will be required to sing every single day when they come to chorus class.
♫ Many students new to chorus do not realize they will be required to learn and be held accountable for the sight singing component of being in chorus.
♫ I inform my students from the get go, that there will be singing and sight singing tests.
♫ Chorus members need to be told that they will be held accountable for all aspects of what being a choir member entails: singing on pitch, behaving properly, cooperating with the teacher, and taking singing or rhythm tests. Having clear-cut grading criteria removes all doubt.
♫ There is no better way to whip a choir into shape than giving them music or singing tests. When testing, I would generally test by a section in the beginning, to warm them up to the idea, then by threes, then by twos. And, I would make them stand and face the class when singing by twos or threes.
♫ I hope this worksheet will be helpful in your classroom
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