Elementary Choir

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Number of Semesters

1 Semester

Maximum Students



Tricia Kelly


Students are not required to know how to read sheet music, however; it is encouraged that they be proficient readers. Passionate singers are always preferred over good readers, and many singers will learn the songs entirely through repetition especially if parents can help students who are not great readers.

Required Materials

Black, two-pocket, 3 ring folder or black 0.5-1 in. 3 ring binder
Pencil with eraser
2 different colored highlighters
CD player, computer, or cell phone to listen to practice music at home

Homework Required - 45-60 minutes per week

Public Speaking/Performance; Technology/Equipment Needed at Home; Will Require Meetings Outside of Regular Co-op Schedule

Homework Required - 45-60 minutes per week

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About the course

Elementary Choir will focus on developing your singing voice, singing as an ensemble, and building music literacy and solfege skills. We will use singing games, unison and partner songs, and rounds to build our repertoire and develop our musical ears for singing in harmony. Students are expected to listen and sing along with their practice CD and music folder at least 10-15 minutes every other day. We will give a joint concert with the Generation Gap Concert Band at the end of the semester, which means we will have one dress rehearsal and one performance outside of class.