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Unit 1: Self-Directed Music Foundations
Unit 2: Does Practice Make Perfect?
Unit 3: Who’s In the Hall?
Unit 4- Incidental Music
A. Creating and Performing
A1. The Creative Process: apply the stages of the creative process when performing notated and/or improvised music and composing and/or arranging music;
A2. The Elements of Music: apply elements of music when performing notated and improvised music and composing and/or arranging music;
A3. Techniques and Technologies: use a variety of techniques and technological tools when performing music and composing and/or arranging music.
B. Reflecting, Responding, and Analysing
B1. The Critical Analysis Process: use the critical analysis process when responding to, analysing, reflecting on, and interpreting music;
B2. Music and Society: demonstrate an understanding of how traditional, commercial, and art music reflect the society in which they were created and how they have affected communities and cultures;
B3. Skills and Personal Growth: demonstrate an understanding of how performing, creating, and critically analysing music has affected their skills and personal development;
B4. Connections Beyond the Classroom: identify and describe various opportunities for continued engagement in music.
C1. Theory and Terminology: demonstrate an understanding of music theory with respect to concepts of notation and the elements and other components of music, and use appropriate terminology relating to them;
C2. Characteristics and Development of Music: demonstrate an understanding of the history of various musical forms and of characteristics of music from around the world.
C3. Conventions and Responsible Practices: demonstrate an understanding of responsible practices and performance conventions relating to music.