Você está na página 1de 2

PSME Book Project Content Standards and Scope and Sequence (Prepared by Borromeo, Del

Valle, Guadalupe)

General Program Standards: (Please Check LDV)

At the end of the program, the students understand that a child whose musicality is developed
1. Is aurally and visually responsive to the building blocks of music and how these are put
together;
2. Has developed functional musical skills (reading, improvising, creating) and play instruments
as applied to given particular situations;
3. Can sing different kinds of songs and play instruments musically alone and with others; and,
4. Has developed positive attitudes, discipline essential to musical making and openness to a
variety of genres and musical cultures.
Gr.
1

Content and Performance Standards


Moving: Students respond to music using goal-directed movement and creative movement to
prominent musical elements and musical changes in dynamics, expression, pulse/beat
Singing: Students sing alone or with others in accurate pitch/melody and rhythm given play chants,
action songs, additive songs, singing games and nonsense rhymes
Playing: Perform beat/pulse on idiophones (maracas, jingles, shakers, patteteg, kalutang) with
appropriate dynamics
Listening / describing: Students describe prominent musical elements using age-appropriate
vocabulary and graphic notation (horizontal lines for rhythm) and cipher notation (numbers for
pitch/melody)
Improvising / Composing: Students create short simple sound pieces using the voice and sound
sources from the environment to accompany storytelling and songs learned
Moving: Students respond to music using goal-directed movement and creative movement to
prominent musical elements and musical changes in dynamics, expression, pulse/beat and tempo
Singing: Students sing alone or with others in accurate pitch/melody, rhythm and steady tempo
given play chants, action songs, additive songs, singing games and songs with ostinato
Playing: Perform bourdon on idiophones and bar (xylophone, gabbang, gongs) with appropriate
dynamics and steady tempo
Listening / describing: Students describe prominent musical elements using graphic (stick for
rhythm) and cipher notation (numbers for pitch/melody)
Improvising / Composing: Students create short sound pieces using the voice or sound sources to
accompany storytelling and to improvise ostinati using mallet instruments (xylophone, gabbang,
gongs) to accompany songs learned
Moving: Students respond to music using goal-directed movement and creative movement to
prominent musical elements and musical changes in dynamics, expression, tempo and phrases
Singing: Students sing alone or with others in accurate pitch/melody, rhythm, steady tempo and
breath control given play chants, action songs, additive songs, singing games and songs with
ostinato and rounds
Playing: Perform aerophones (recorder or bamboo flute) with appropriate intonation, dynamics, and
steady tempo
Listening / describing: Students describe prominent musical elements using standard notation
(rhythm) and cipher notation (three line staff and letters for pitch/melody)
Improvising / Composing: Students create short simple sound pieces using the voice, sound sources
and instruments to accompany songs and storytelling
Moving: Students respond to music using goal-directed movement and creative movement to
prominent musical elements and musical changes in dynamics, expression, tempo, phrases and
melody
Singing: Students sing alone or with others with accurate pitch/melody, rhythm, steady tempo, breath
control and phrasing given play chants, action songs, singing games and songs with ostinato,

PSME Book Project Content Standards and Scope and Sequence (Prepared by Borromeo, Del
Valle, Guadalupe)

rounds and partner songs


Playing: Perform aerophones (recorder or bamboo flute) with appropriate intonation, dynamics, and
steady tempo
Listening / describing: Students describe prominent musical elements using musical terms /
vocabulary.
Reading: Students read simple standard Western staff notation (movable do for singing and fixed do
for playing C instruments such as recorder, flute) in treble clef of familiar folk songs
Improvising / Composing: Students create short simple sound pieces using the voice, sound sources
and instruments.
Moving: Students respond to music using goal-directed movement and creative movement to
prominent musical elements and musical changes in dynamics, expression, tempo, simple forms
and melody
Singing: Students sing alone or with others with accurate pitch/melody, rhythm, steady tempo, breath
control, phrasing and dynamics given play chants, action songs, singing games and songs with
ostinato, rounds, partner songs and leader-chorus
Playing: Perform chordophones (rondalla) with appropriate intonation, steady tempo and dynamics
Listening / describing: Students describe prominent musical elements using musical terms /
vocabulary.
Reading: Students read simple standard Western staff notation (movable do for singing and fixed do
for playing C instruments such as rondalla) in treble clef of familiar folk songs
Improvising / Composing: Students create short simple sound pieces using the voice, sound sources
and instruments.
Moving: Students respond to music using goal-directed movement and creative movement to
prominent musical elements and musical changes in dynamics, expression, tempo, simple forms,
melody and texture / harmony
Singing: Students sing alone or with others with accurate pitch/melody, rhythm, steady tempo, breath
control, phrasing, dynamics and expression given play chants, action songs, singing games and
songs with ostinato, rounds, partner songs, leader-chorus and call and response
Playing: Perform chordophones (rondalla) with appropriate intonation and blending, steady tempo,
and dynamics
Listening / evaluating: Students evaluate music in the context of culture and history.
Reading: Students read simple standard Western staff notation (movable do for singing and fixed do
for playing C instruments such as rondalla) in treble clef of familiar folk songs
Improvising / Composing: Students create short simple sound pieces using the voice, sound sources
and instruments.