We will be using Google Classroom for all classes, assignments, and instruction. All codes for
each class will be listed under the class name below. All assignments unless otherwise stated
will be due every Friday by 3:15 pm. If you forgot your login or need help logging in, please
email Mrs. Schuh ( kristina.schuh@k12.nd.us ) or Mr. Shipman ( wayne.shipman@k12.nd.us ).

Your login should be first.last@carrington.k12.nd.us or first.m.last@carrington.k12.nd.us .
Materials to bring home will be listed under each class name below along with the classroom
code for Google Classroom. Complete and submit all assignments in Google Classroom.

Link to Complete PDF of information below


Week of May 4 – 8 — Click Here for Lesson Plans


Week of April 27 – May 1 — Click Here for Lesson Plans


 

Senior High Band

Google Classroom Code: 7k5rcmf

Materials to bring home:
● Your instrument (even if it is a school instrument) and all equipment for it.
● Your spring band music

1. Hung Aloft the Night
2. Under an Irish Sky

Lesson plan 3/23-3/27:

Click on the links below to listen to both spring concert pieces: Hung Aloft the
Night and Under and Irish Sky. As you listen to both, think of the following
questions:

1. What seems like the most challenging part of this song to you?
2. Does the tempo stay consistent or does it speed up and slow down during the piece.
3. Is there a wide range of dynamics within each piece?

Write a paragraph response for each song (two paragraphs total) answering the
above questions. This will be due Friday, March 27 by 3:15PM.

Links to the songs:

Hung Aloft the Night: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShaouS41O-w

Under an Irish Sky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIi_VcViSrk

 


 

Senior High Choir

Google Classroom Code: muiyxmo

Materials to bring home:

● Your spring concert music

1. Lean on Me
2. Road Home
3. If Music Be the Food of Love

Lesson plan 3/23-3/27:

Click on the links below to listen to both spring concert pieces: The Road Home
and If Music Be the Food of Love. As you listen to both, think of the following
questions:

1. What seems like the most challenging part of this song to you?
2. What do you notice about the vowel shapes in this song? Are they tall or are they spread? Does it sound like everyone is singing with the same vowel shape?
3. Can you hear beginning and ending consonants? Are ending consonants cut off together?

Write a paragraph response for each song (two paragraphs total) answering the
above questions. This will be due Friday, March 27 by 3:15 PM.

Links to the songs:

The Road Home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsE-ZYL_Q1M

If Music Be the Food: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lFu5VH8dc8

 


 

Musicology

Google Classroom Code: qbu3tyz

Materials to bring home:

● Musicology textbook

Lesson plan 3/23-3/27:

Click on the links below to watch two videos reviewing time signatures and how
to count different rhythms. As you watch each video, think of the following questions:

1. What does the top number in a time signature represent?
2. What does the bottom number in a time signature represent?
3. How do you count quarter notes, eight notes, and sixteenth notes in the standard system?
4. How many sixteenth notes can fit into an eight note?
5. What are the four different ways (syllables) you can use to count
triplets?

Answer these questions in the Google Form listed on Google Classroom. This will be due by Friday, March 27 at 3:15 PM.

Links to the videos:

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK7Wg4PYZdk

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrtzFkbF8cM


 

Junior High Band

Google Classroom Code: udtnnkz

Materials to bring home:

● Your instrument (even if it is a school instrument) and all equipment for it.
● Your spring band music

1. Heartland Overturn
2. Fiero

Lesson plan 3/23-3/27:

Click on the links below to listen to both spring concert pieces: Fiero and Heartland Overture. As you listen to both, think of the following questions:

1. What seems like the most challenging part of this song to you?
2. Does the tempo stay consistent or does it speed up and slow down during the piece.
3. Is there a wide range of dynamics within each piece?

Write a paragraph response for each song (two paragraphs total) answering the above questions. This will be due Friday, March 27 by 3:15 PM.

Links to the songs:

Fiero: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRRhqY0r8CE

Heartland Overture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ5W9aOyCdU


 

 

Junior High Choir:

Google classroom code: yrq4rw6

Materials to bring home:

● All materials will be posted to Google Classroom.

Lesson plan 3/23-3/27:

Click the link below to watch a video on the basics of how to read music. As you are watching, think of the following questions:

1. What is pitch?
2. What is beat?
3. What is rhythm?

Complete the Google Form listed on Google Classroom below by Friday, March 27 at 3:15 PM.

Link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZN41d7Txcq0