Assessment Strategies FOR MUSIC

Oral Proficiency and written communication

Choral Reading

- Continuously ask questions of basic terminology in the score

- Score markings

Interpretive skills In reading and listening

Hand Signals

- Sight Singing

Quickly assessing student performance

Aural Profficiency

- Sectionals and Quartet checks

Affective end of term assessment

- Dress Rehearsal - Choir Concert

How music is authentic to outside the classroom

Make It Useful

- Collaboration - Teamwork - Poems of tragedies that have happened in history

My assumumptions on these assessment strategies

- Assuming that these assessments will be successful

- Students will be confident in what they learn

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