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September 2017, SAS Music Class Contents

Effective Date: 
Friday, September 8, 2017

During the month of September and first week of October, all SAS classes from Pre-Kinder to 8th grade will spend time preparing the songs for our next Hispanic Heritage School Mass. Vocal and instrumental responses in music class will include singing/playing this celebration's songs. This mass' song lineup includes "Cantándote," "Ofertorio Nicaraguense," "Señor, Tú Eres El Pan," "Ven, Santo Espíritu," and "Mi Dios Está Vivo/Alabaré." medley carismático. All lyrics and some links to media resources of these songs will be posted on this webpage for SAS students and parents review. A testing grade evaluation on this objective will be assessed for every student prior to, or during the first week of October.

As an ongoing activity, students of all grade levels will continue to review the SAS Music Class Discipline Plan and emergency procedures. Questioning, quizzes, group presentations and other screening strategies may apply to evaluate students level of comprehension of the SAS code of conduct.

Grade Level

Class Activities

PK, Kinder, 1st and 2nd Grade

Sing/play Hispanic Heritage Mass songs. Review/reinforce Music Classroom rules.

3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade

Sing/play Hispanic Heritage Mass songs. Review/reinforce Music Classroom Rules. Answer questions, prepare a short presentation by group, and/or complete a quiz on the objective. 4th and 5th grade levels will prepare a one-page written assignment disclosing 5 facts about a significant Latin music artist. Due on first week of October

Middle School

Sing/play Hispanic Heritage Mass songs. Review/reinforce Music Classroom Rules. Answer questions, prepare a short presentation by group, and/or complete a quiz on the objective. MS student will present -in groups or individually- a one-page project with up to five paragraphs about a significant Latin music artist. Due on first week of October

All-Classes from Kinder to 8th Grade

Sing/play October 6 school mass' songs and settings in Spanish, paying attention to usage of Latin hand percussion instruments.

Kinder to Middle School Level Classes

View video clips, answer questions, discuss articles, and complete worksheets about music class objectives this month.