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Music Appreciation MUS 101W:

Music Appreciation MUS 101W Textbook with 5 CDs Read Text and follow along with CDs MyMusicLab.com Access a dditional Course I nformation, Automated Listening Guides, Animated Notation, Videos, Documentaries, etc. Angel Course Management System Directions, Assignments, Tests, Exams You will submit all of your course work through Angel. NEVER submit at the website. Once you’ve completed this power point presentation continue on Angel by printing the Course Schedule and reading the Course Information documents. Learning Modules Course Schedule Course Introduction

Course Introduction Folder on Angel:

Course Introduction F older on Angel Course Information Read documents Read documents Register for textbook website Listen to this 6 th edition MyMusicLab.com Introductory Activities C omplete activities eLearning Student Success Orientation Academic Integrity Computer Back-up Plan Course Contract Introductions Pre-Class Survey Assessment Quizzes

Course Activities:

Course Activities In each module, you will participate in the following learning activities. Each activity is designed with the purpose of meeting the course objectives. Because the course is "on the computer" there is a tendency to think that it is "fast" or "quick". Please be patient. Manage your time wisely, and keep to the due dates on the Course Schedule. E ach week you will have approximately three (3) assignments and one (1) chapter test to complete . You will be asked to: Read from the textbook. The purpose of assigned readings is to provide definition to musically specific terms used to describe classical music. Access material from the textbook website. The purpose of material on website is to provide audio visual aids that support textbook readings. Listen to assigned CD selections. The purpose of the CDs is to provide easy access to listening material. Complete Assignments, Tests. The purpose of assignments and tests are to test your knowledge of the subject matter. Please check assignments for spelling and grammar. Use appropriate references and citations in assignments where required and according to the APA academic style . Carefully read the instructions for each assignment. Your grades depend on meeting the specific requirements detailed for each assignment.

Welcome to MyMusicLab, where you save time and improve results! MyMusicLab is an easy-to-use learning management system that allows instructors to assess student progress. When students complete an online self-assessment, the results of this test generate a customized study plan. MyMusicLab also reports these results to the instructor so the instructor can adapt course material to suit the needs of individual students or the class as a whole. :

Welcome to MyMusicLab , where you save time and improve results! MyMusicLab is an easy-to-use learning management system that allows instructors to assess student progress. When students complete an online self-assessment, the results of this test generate a customized study plan. MyMusicLab also reports these results to the instructor so the instructor can adapt course material to suit the needs of individual students or the class as a whole. Register or Buy Access Register New to My Music Lab Students

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HOME CHAPTERS MULTIMEDIA LIBRARY RESOURCES FOR INSTRUCTORS Navigate Listen Downloads Pearson eText & Chapter Audio Files Automated Listening Guides Downloadable Music Mark Evan Bonds Listen To This, 2/e Practice Watch Flashcards Close Looks

Explore your text! Access a complete eText and chapter-specific audio files from the links below. :

Explore your text! Access a complete eText and chapter-specific audio files from the links below. ePearson Text Chapter Audio Files

Chapters:

Chapters

MULTIMEDIA LIBRARY:

MULTIMEDIA LIBRARY

Module 1 Folders:

Module 1 Folders Listen to This Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra Conductors, Do We Need Them? Genre Test: The Elements of Music Textbook Website Assignment with Assessment Quiz Assignment with Assessment Quiz Test

Module 1 The Elements of Music:

Module 1 The Elements of Music You may want to print these directions. To complete Module 1 activities you'll need to refer to pages 1-15 in your textbook and access the textbook website. This module will take about four hours to complete. Note that the textbook website and the textbook are the same. You have a choice to read the material from the website or the textbook. TEXTBOOK: (One hour to complete) 1. Open your textbook and turn to p.1. Take a look at the page opposite p.1 with the green banner at the top The Elements of Music: A Brief Introduction. Please note the author's first sentence under the green banner "No matter what the period or style, all music grows out of some combination of these basic elements". 2. Read p.1-13 including Melody, PERFORMANCE The Science of Melody, Rhythm, Harmony, HISTORICAL CONTENT Illegal harmony?, Texture, Timbre,  Dynamics, PERFORMANCE The Acoustics of Timbre, Form, Word-Music Relationships, Genre WEBSITE: (One hour to complete) 3. Open the textbook website and access the homepage for MyMusicLab.com for Listen to This,2nd edition by Mark Evans Bond ( Click on the photo of your textbook cover. If you haven't already registered, please do). Look to the top of the page and click on the tab called CHAPTERS. Look to the left and click on the banner called The Elements of Music. 4. View The Elements of Music using Click Here. View the pages that accompany the element. Note that the website has several pages to click through the element's description. Please take your time. Do not rush. This material is very important! (If Click here doesn't appear, please log out of MyMusicLab.com and login again). YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SUBMIT THE ESSAYS QUESTIONS THAT APPEAR ON THE WEBSITE OR ATTACHED TO THE VIEWING. 5. Read and memorize the description of each of the nine (9) elements . Be sure you have a strong understanding of each of the nine elements. You will need an understanding of the elements to be successful in this course. 6 . Go to the textbook website, click on MULTIMEDIA LIBRARY, click on Inside the Orchestra, Explore all of the Inside, The Orchestra's Features, click on the underlined title and all the folders. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COMPLETE OR SUBMIT THE ESSAY QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW EACH OF THE INSTRUMENTS. 7 . Go to the textbook website, click on MULTIMEDIA LIBRARY, click on Videos, click on Part 4 The Classical Era, click on History of Music Performed by String Fever. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SUBMIT THE ESSAYS QUESTIONS THAT APPEAR ON THE WEBSITE OR ATTACHED TO THE VIEWING. 8. Go to the Textbook Website, click on MULTIMEDIA LIBRARY, click on Inside the Orchestra, Inside the Orchestra again, Automated Listening Guide: The Instruments of the Orchestra by Benjamin Britten. ANGEL: (Two Hours to complete) 9. Explore Interactive Activity: Identify Instruments of the Orchestra. 10 . Listen to Conductor's Do We Need Them? at Zencast.com a podcast interview with NACOcast's Chris Millard. 11. Complete the assignments called A Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Conductor's Do We Need Them? and Genre. 12. Be sure to complete the Assessment Quizzes that follows the assignments. 13. Complete Test: The Elements of Music.

Let’s Get Started!:

Let’s Get Started! Hopefully this narrated power point will point you in the right direction. Plan on spending at least seven (7) hours per week on course material. In six (6) weeks you’ve earned the credits that will get you even closer to achieving your goals. Have Fun!

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