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The Planets? Suite!

from Cleveland Institute of Music

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This class combines the scientific study of our solar system with the orchestral music of Gustav Holst’s The Planets. Students of all learning styles will be engaged by the variety of activities in this highly interactive videoconference. Included is a set of solar system posters for you to keep for your classroom!

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About This Program

Cost

Point to Point: $180.00
By Request: $180.00



Length

45 minutes


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 5, 6, 7, 8

Minimum participants:

No Minimum

Maximum participants:

30


Primary Disciplines

Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Sciences, Technology/Information Science, Gifted & Talented Lifelong Learning


Program Delivery Mode

Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...)
Videoconference – Webcam/desktop (Zoom, Skype, iChat, Vidyo, Movi/Jabber, Blue Jeans, etc...)



Booking Information

This session is delivered on demand

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For more information contact CILC at (507) 388-3672

Provider's Cancellation Policy

CIM does not allow the video or audio recording of our distance learning presentations.
Registration for distance learning programs must occur at least four weeks prior to the program date.
Upon confirmation of registration, payment of fees will be considered due, and distance learning clients will be invoiced for all applicable fees. Fees paid to CIM for distance learning programs are non-refundable, except in the case of school closings and other emergencies.
Requests for schedule changes made 10 or more days prior to the program date will be considered but not guaranteed.
Requests for schedule changes made less than 10 days prior to the program date will not be considered
Payments are due regardless of any schedule changes or cancellations.
Please note that all times are Eastern Standard Time.

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Cleveland Institute of Music

Cleveland, OH
United States

The Cleveland Institute of Music is a leading international conservatory that is distinguished by an exceptional degree of collaboration between students and teachers. This same stimulating environment extends to the Institute's community education programs, which help people of all ages realize their full musical potential.

CIM offers many exciting distance learning programs for Pre-K through high school. These programs are informative, fun and highly interactive. In addition to a full array of programs and courses in music, CIM offers a series of interdisciplinary programs that address academic content standards in science, math, language arts, and history. These programs are designed to enliven and reinforce the academic core curriculum

Contact:
Contact Alisa Andrews about scheduling.
samm@norsoft.net
2167953150

Program Details

Format

1. Game: The Order of the Planets
2. Discussion: Background on Gustav Holst and his suite
3. Math Activities: Positioning the Planets in the Solar System
4. Performance: Mars Ostinato
5. Listening Activity: Guess the Planet
6. Discussion: Compare and Contrast Venus and Mars; Jupiter
7. Activity: Labeling Form with Jupiter
8. Discussion: Mercury
9. Language Arts Activity: Using Music for Creative Writing
10. Discussion: Neptune, Saturn and Uranus
11. Visual Arts Activity: Drawing Uranus, The Magician

Objectives

Students will review and reinforce what they know about the solar system.
Students will tie their knowledge of science and the solar system to other subjects including music, math, art, and language arts.
Students will utilize the music from Gustav Holst’s The Planets to better understand our solar system.

Standards Alignment

National Standards

Core Arts Standards


Performing
Analyze
Grade 5 MU:Pr4.2.5a Demonstrate understanding of the structure and the elements of music (such as rhythm, pitch, form, and harmony) in music selected for performance.
MU:Pr4.2.5c Explain how context (such as social, cultural, and historical) informs performances.

Grade 6 MU:Pr4.2.6a Explain how understanding the structure and the elements of music are used in music selected for performance.
MU: Pr4.2.6c Identify how cultural and historical context inform performances.

Grade 7 MU:Pr4.2.7a Explain and demonstrate the structure of contrasting pieces of music selected for performance and how elements of music are used.
MU:Pr4.2.7c Identify how cultural and historical context inform performances and result in different music interpretations.

Grade 8 MU:Pr4.2.8a Compare the structure of contrasting pieces of music selected for performance, explaining how the elements of music are used in each.
MU:Pr4.2.8c Identity how cultural and historical context inform performances and result in different musical effects.


Interpret
Grade 5 MU:Pr4.3.5a Demonstrate and explain how intent is conveyed through interpretive decisions and expressive qualities (such as dynamics, tempo, timbre, and articulation/style).

Present
Grade 5 MU:Pr6.1.5b Demonstrate performance decorum and audience etiquette appropriate for the context, venue, genre, and style.

Grade 6 MU:Pr6.1.6b Demonstrate performance decorum (such as stage presence, attire, and behavior) and audience etiquette appropriate for venue and purpose.

Grade 7 MU:Pr6.1.7b Demonstrate performance decorum (such as stage presence, attire, and behavior) and audience etiquette appropriate for venue, purpose, and context.

Grade 8 MU:Pr6.1.8b Demonstrate performance decorum (such as stage presence, attire, and behavior) and audience etiquette appropriate for venue, purpose, context, and style.


Responding
Select
Grade 5 MU:Re7.1.5a Demonstrate and explain, citing evidence, how selected music connects to and is influenced by specific interests, experiences, purposes, or contexts.

Analyze
Grade 5 MU:Re7.2.5a Demonstrate and explain, citing evidence, how responses to music are informed by the structure, the use of the elements of music, and context (such as social, cultural, and historical).

Grade 6 MU:Re7.2.6a Describe how the elements of music and expressive qualities relate to the structure of the pieces.
MU:Re7.2.6b Identify the context of music from a variety of genres, cultures, and historical periods.

Grade 7 MU:Re7.2.7a Classify and explain how the elements of music and expressive qualities relate to the structure of contrasting pieces.
MU:Re7.2.7b Identify and compare the context of music from a variety of genres, cultures, and historical periods.

Grade 8 MU:Re7.2.8a Compare how the elements of music and expressive qualities relate to the structure within programs of music.
MU:Re7.2.8b Identify and compare the context of programs of music from a variety of genres, cultures, and historical periods.


Interpret
Grade 5 MU:Re8.1.5a Demonstrate and explain how the expressive qualities (such as dynamics, tempo, timbre, and articulation) are used in performers’ and personal interpretations to reflect expressive intent.

Grade 6 MU:Re8.1.6a Describe a personal interpretation of how creators’ and performers’ application of the elements of music and expressive qualities, within genres and cultural and historical context, convey expressive intent.

Grade 7 MU:Re8.1.7a Describe a personal interpretation of contrasting works and explain how creators’ and performers’ application of the elements of music and expressive qualities, within genres, cultures, and historical periods, convey expressive intent.


Connecting
Connect #10
Grade 5 MU:Re7.1.5a Demonstrate and explain, citing evidence, how selected music connects to, and is influenced by specific interests, experiences, purposes, or contexts.


Connect #11
Grade 5 MU:Pr4.2.5c Explain how context (such as social, cultural, and historical) informs performances.
MU:Pr6.1.5b Demonstrate performance decorum and audience etiquette appropriate for the context, venue, genre, and style.

MU:Re7.2.5a Demonstrate and explain, citing evidence, how responses to music are informed by the structure, the use of the elements of music, and context (such as social, cultural, and historical).


Grade 6 MU:Pr4.2.6c Identify how cultural and historical context inform the performances.
MU:Pr6.1.6b Demonstrate performance decorum (such as stage presence, attire, and behavior) and audience etiquette appropriate for venue and purpose.

MU:Re7.2.6b Identify the context of music from a variety of genres, cultures, and historical periods.

Grade 7 MU:Pr4.2.7c Identify how cultural and historical context inform performance and results in different music

MU:Pr6.1.7b Demonstrate performance decorum (such as stage presence, attire, and behavior) and audience etiquette appropriate for venue, purpose, and context.
MU:Re7.2.7b Identify and compare the context of music from a variety of genres, cultures, and historical periods.
Grade 8 MU:Pr4.2.8c Identity how cultural and historical context inform performance and results in different musical effects.
MU:Pr6.1.8b Demonstrate performance decorum (such as stage presence, attire, and behavior) and audience etiquette appropriate for venue, purpose, context, and style.

MU:Re7.2.8b Identify and compare the context of programs of music from a variety of genres, cultures, and historical periods.
National Science Education Standards
A. Unifying Concepts and Processes Grades 5-8: • Systems, order and organization • Evidence, models and explanation E. Earth and Space Science: Grades 5-8: • Earth in the solar system F. Science and Technology: Grades 5-8: • Understandings about science and technology H. History and Nature of Science: Grades 5-8: • History of science

State Standards

Ohio Academic Content Standards: Music
Perceiving/Knowing/Creating
Grade 5
2CE Listen to, identify, and respond to music of different composers, historical periods and world cultures.
3CE Identify terms related to form (e.g., DC al Fine; DC dal Segno; DS al Coda; repeat signs, first and second endings).
4CE Recognize and identify longer music forms (e.g., sonata, 12-bar blues, and theme and variations).
5CE Identify elements of music including tonality, dynamics, tempo and meter, using music vocabulary.
Grade 6
1CE Describe distinguishing characteristics of music forms (e.g., verse-refrain, AB, ABA, rondo, canon, theme and variation) from various cultures and historical periods.
2CE Identify instruments used in Western and world music ensembles.
3CE Identify different functions and uses of music in American and other cultures.
5CE Distinguish between and among the use of dynamics, meter, tempo and tonality in various pieces through active listening.
Grade 7
1CE Recognize, identify and demonstrate form in world music (e.g., Western and non-Western) and popular music.
3CE Recognize and identify historical and cultural contexts (e.g., time and place of a music event) that have influenced music.
5CE Describe a varied repertoire of music with appropriate music vocabulary.
6CE Identify various careers for musicians (e.g., in education, entertainment and technical support).
Grade 8
1CE Examine contemporary music styles and describe the distinctive characteristics in a repertoire of exemplary works.
4CE Identify components of larger music works (e.g., symphony, mass, concerto).
5CE Identify and describe non-performing careers in music.
6CE Describe ways that technology and the media arts are used to create perform and listen to music.
Producing/Performing
Grade 5
4PR Use technology and the media arts to create and perform music.
5PR Read, write and perform rhythm patterns (e.g., 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4 meter) using sixteenth through whole notes including dotted half-note and syncopated rhythms.
7PR Demonstrate appropriate audience etiquette at live performances.
Grade 6
4PR Respond appropriately to the cues of a conductor.
5PR Read, write, perform and compose rhythm patterns and simple melodies in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 and 6/8 meter.
6PR Attend live performances and demonstrate appropriate audience etiquette.
Grade 7
4PR Read, write and perform rhythmic (including dotted rhythms) and melodic patterns in a variety of meters.
Grade 8
5PR Read, write and perform rhythmic (including dotted rhythms) and melodic patterns in a variety of meters.
7PR Demonstrate and use technology and media arts to create, perform and research music.
Responding/Reflecting
Grade 5
3RE Describe how the process of learning in music connects to learning in other arts and other subject areas.
4RE Defend interpretations of music via dance, drama and visual art using appropriate vocabulary.
5RE Consider and articulate the influence of technology on music careers.
Grade 6
2RE Reflect on a variety of live or recorded music performances.
4RE Describe ways that music relates to other art forms using appropriate terminology.
5RE Compare and contrast subject matter common to music and other subject areas.
6RE Explain and apply skills developed in music (e.g., critical thinking, collaboration) to other disciplines.
Grade 7
2RE Compare and contrast a variety of live or recorded music performances using appropriate audience etiquette.
Grade 8
2RE Compare and contrast a varied repertoire of music on the basis of how elements of music are used to create meaning and expression.
Ohio Academic Content Standards: Science
Earth and Space Science
Grade 5
2. Explain that Earth is one of several planets to orbit the sun, and that the moon orbits Earth.
Grade 8
1. Describe how objects in the solar system are in regular and predictable motions that explain such phenomena as days, years, seasons, eclipses, tides and moon cycles.
Scientific Inquiry
Grade 5
1. Select and safely use the appropriate tools to collect data when conducting investigations and communicating findings to others (e.g., thermometers, timers, balances, spring scales, magnifiers, microscopes and other appropriate tools).
2. Evaluate observations and measurements made by other people and identify reasons for any discrepancies.
Grade 6
2. Choose the appropriate tools or instruments and use relevant safety procedures to complete scientific investigations.
Grade 7
4. Choose the appropriate tools and instruments and use relevant safety procedures to complete scientific investigations.
7. Use graphs, tables and charts to study physical phenomena and infer mathematical relationships between variables (e.g., speed and density).
Grade 8
1. Choose the appropriate tools or instruments and use relevant safety procedures to complete scientific investigations.
3. Read, construct and interpret data in various forms produced by self and others in both written and oral form (e.g., tables, charts, maps, graphs, diagrams and symbols).
4. Apply appropriate math skills to interpret quantitative data (e.g., mean, median and mode).