• I see every class once every 6 days for 40 minutes. This equates to only 30 music classes throughout the entire school year...and we have SO much to do! 
    Throughout the year we will put on plays, assemblies, and shows for the parents, school and the Plainville community.
     
    Music is a class that deals with musical concept development, music reading, listening, movement and performance skills.  These various skills are taught through many different musical approaches such as singing, playing, dancing, listening, creating and performing.  Each grade level has its own personal challenges and expectations. 
     
     
     
     MUSIC OBJECTIVES AND GOALS
     
    *To building a solid foundation for a lifetime of musical appreciation, participation and the pure enjoyment of all types of music
     
     
    *To be able to create a sense of accomplishment and self confidence in a
    performance and/or classroom setting
     
    *To showcase the many talents of all Jackson School Students  
    to parents as well as the Plainville Community
      
    *To help develop coordination through musical movement activities
     
    *To apply the basic rudiments of music in playing and singing, such as rhythm, tempo,
    and melody
     
    *To experience multiculturalism through song, listening, playing, video and/or dance
     
    *To contribute to the intellectual and academic development of memorization, language skills, concentration and good listening skills
     
    *To contribute to the students well rounded education 
     
    *To encourage communication, individual expression and critical thinking allowing children to experience music as a means of personal enrichment, a gateway for human expression as well as an intellectual discipline of understanding music through singing, moving, listening, playing instruments as well as performing for a live audience

    *To understand the importance and be a respectful audience member for other's performances
     
    *To receive instrumental instruction (recorders) at the 3rd grade level