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River City Scholars Charter Academy

Common Lesson Plan Template, aligned with NHA Classroom Framework

Teacher: Harkema

Grade: 7/8th

Week of: 1/30-2/3

Content: Music Appreciation

Monday

Tuesday

-understand procedures and


expectations in music

-understand procedures and


expectations in music

I can statements communicate daily


learning to students, in student friendly
language, and (1) have a cognitive verb
(must be overt), (2) measurable, (3) tells
what a student should know or be able
to do (not the teacher).

-get to know others in my


class

-get to know others in my


class

Blooms Level/Rigor

Remember

Remember

Objective

Indicate the level of rigor of the


objective using (new) Bloom Taxonomy.

Key Questions
What explicit questions do you want to
ask to prompt the students to engage
cognitively and use higher order
thinking? NOTE: Planning for questions is
an effective and intentional to engage students
rather than coming up with random questions
on the spot.

Assessment of Learning
How will you check for understanding?
Formative assessments can be used
effectively throughout the lesson, at the
beginning or end of a lesson to provide
guidance for instructional planning.

Evaluate

Evaluate

Wednesday
-critique music
-create a rubric for
critiquing music

Remember

Evaluate

Thursday

Friday

-identify different elements


in music

-identify different elements


in music

-critique/analyze music

-critique/analyze music

Remember

Remember

Evaluate

Evaluate

Understand Analyze

Understand Analyze

Understand Analyze

Understand Analyze

Understand Analyze

Apply

Apply

Apply

Apply

Apply

Create

Create

-How do you contribute to

-How do you contribute to

the classroom?

the classroom?

-Who else is in this class


with me?

-Who else is in this class


with me?

-demonstrate procedures

-demonstrate procedures

-Work together with


others

-Work together with


others

Create

Create

Create

-How do we critique music


without letting our own
opinion stop us from
hearing the music?

-How do we critique music


without letting our own
opinion stop us from
hearing the music?

-How do we critique music


without letting our own
opinion stop us from
hearing the music?

-What makes good music?

-What makes good music?

-What makes good music?

-How does understanding


the elements of music make
us better listeners?

-How does understanding


the elements of music make
us better listeners?

-Rubric/Items to critique
in music

-Rubric/Items to critique
in music

-Rubric/Items to critique
in music

Learning Plan/Activities
You may want to indicate a time frame for each lesson component to support urgency for learning, and pacing of lesson delivery and activities in a way that maximizes learning.
Learning Agenda Components
All components may not happen every day but provide as
a guide for effective instruction.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

River City Scholars Charter Academy

Common Lesson Plan Template, aligned with NHA Classroom Framework


Hook/Building Background How
will you hook your students and get
their attention!

Direct Instruction (I DO):

Planner: I Can

Planner: I Can

Planner: I Cans

Planner: 1 Cans

Planner: 1 Cans

Do Now: Name on folder

Do Now: Worksheet

Do Now: Worksheet

Do Now: On Website

Do Now: On Website

Intro to Music Class

Intro to Music Class

Review Expectations

Review Expectations

Expectations

Expectations

Coming In
Leaving
Jobs
Seats

In/Cubies

Coming
Leaving
Jobs
Seats

In/Cubies

Coming
Leaving
Jobs
Seats

1. How to critique music?

determine
standards for how to
access music shared in
class.

What do we
look for?

What
different elements
should you listen for?

In/Cubies

1.
music

a.
M

Coming
Leaving
Jobs
Seats

ove to the
form

movement
lummi sticks

ritique
(multiple
examples of
how to
analyze the
music)

1.Structure of music

Examples of

b.
C

c.
I

2. Instrumentation

terminology

new
technology

nstrumentati
on
d.
M
ixing

3. Mixing and Beats

describe

Guided Practice (We DO)

1.
Never Have
I Ever Game
2.
Dance
Freeze Game

3.
Never Have
I Ever Game
4.
Dance
Freeze Game
5.
Either/Or
Game
6.
BingoMusic

Practice Accessing Website

1.Structure of music

Making a Copy of Do Now

How to

2.
Examples of
music-small groups
a.
M

movement
lummi sticks
ove to the
form

b.
C
Sharing Do Now/Assignments

ritique
(multiple
examples of

River City Scholars Charter Academy

Common Lesson Plan Template, aligned with NHA Classroom Framework


how to
analyze the
music)
c.
I
nstrumentati
on
d.
M
ixing

Independent Practice (You DO)

Lesson Closure:

Exit Ticket-What to listen for when


critiquing music?

Video: Joyful Noise Choir

Remind Expectations of Leaving

Clean-up/Review Expectations

Clean Up

Clean-up

Clean-up

Clean-up

Review I Cans

Review I Cans

Differentiation
Indicate interventions/extensions within the
lesson. Consider possible misconceptions or
inaccurate information students might have?

Key Vocabulary

Beat

Beat

Beat

What practice opportunities will you provide to


students to support language acquisition and
college readiness?

Form

Form

Form

Counts

Counts

Counts

none

none

none

Homework

none

none

What practice opportunities will you provide to


students to support proficiency and mastery?

NOTE: This lesson plan should be printed and explicitly taught from to provide coherence, intentionality, and effective instruction. Lesson plans are due by 8:00a.m on Monday morning and should be posted in the Universal drive or online (middle school only).