If you ever wonder about your proficiency in choir, please refer to the chart below. You determine your proficiency based on the criteria that is given in each proficiency level. If you can accomplish all criteria in PP, you are considered PP. If you are able to accomplish all criteria in PP and P, you will be considered (P) proficient. If you can show that you know the whole chart, you will be considered advanced. We are looking for your growth as a musician! Remember that this is a rigorous journey and process! You will be successful with effort! If you have a question about where you are, please ask in class or see contact link.
Sight Reading Proficiency Scale
|Students will perform music accurately and expressively at ability level.|
|Topic: Sight Reading|
|The student will sing at level 3.0 while adding the following:
||-Sight reading exercises in two or more parts.
-Sight reading exercises
-Choral warm ups
-Excerpts from concert music
Posture, Solfege, quarter note, quarter rest, half note, half rest, whole note, whole rest, eighth note, eighth rest, scale, bar line measure, rhythm, melody, forte, mezzo forte, mezzo piano, piano, key signature
-Students will use solfege or note names to label sight reading exercises.
-Choral warm ups.
-Solfege for vocal music.
|Score 1.0||With help, partial success at PP content.|
|Score 0.0||Even with help, no success|