About

In all of our music classes, we support NH State music curriculum learning standards.  In brief, they are:

  • Curriculum Standard 1: Sing alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music
  • Curriculum Standard 2: Perform on instruments, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music
  • Curriculum Standard 3: Improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments
  • Curriculum Standard 4: Compose and arrange music within specified guidelines
  • Curriculum Standard 5: Read and notate music
  • Curriculum Standard 6: Listen to, analyze, and describe music
  • Curriculum Standard 7: Evaluate music and music performances
  • Curriculum Standard 8: Understand relationships among music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts
  • Curriculum Standard 9: Understand music in relation to history and culture
  • Curriculum Standard 10: Identify the range of careers in the field of music

Meet Mrs. Wooten:

Kathleen Wooten has been teaching music in the public schools in general music classrooms, conducting band and chorus, and teaching instrumental lessons since 1993.  She is currently the music specialist at Barnard School, where she enjoys the sense of community and teaching in a school where she really gets to know all the students.  You may contact her at kwooten@sau21.orgwootenpicture

One response

  1. A great job building this blog! Keep up the great work.
    Steve

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