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SC Music Standards
     

The South Carolina standards are viewable by grade level. Click on the appropriate levels to link directly to that section.

Grades 1-2   -   Grades 3-5   -   Grades 6-8

     
   
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- GRADES 1-2 -

VI. Analyzing: Listening to, analyzing, and describing music.

Students will
B. Use personal vocabulary to describe music from diverse cultures.


VII. Evaluating: Evaluating music and music performances.

Students will
A. Identify specific elements of musical works that evoke emotion and response.


VIII. Making Connections: Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Students will
A. Relate uses of music to daily experiences, celebrations, and special events.

B. Integrate music into creative writing, storytelling, poetry, dance, theatre, visual arts, and other disciplines.


IX. Relating to History and Culture: Understanding music in relation to history and culture.

Students will
A. Sing and play simple songs and music games from diverse cultures.

B. Use personal vocabulary to describe voices, instruments, music notation, and varied genres and styles from diverse cultures.

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- GRADES 3-5 -

VI. Analyzing: Listening to, analyzing, and describing music.

Students will
F. Demonstrate movement and emotional response to prominent music characteristics while listening.


VIII. Making Connections: Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Students will
A. Explain the role of music in life experiences, celebrations, community functions, and special events.

C. Explain how the principles and subject matter of disciplines outside the arts interrelate with those of music.


IX. Relating to History and Culture: Understanding music in relation to history and culture.

Students will
A. Listen to examples of music from various historical periods and world cultures and identify the pieces by genre or style.

B. Describe how elements of music are used in music examples from various cultures of the world.

C. Identify various uses of music in daily experiences and describe the characteristics that make a particular type of music suitable for each use.

D. Identify and describe the roles of musicians in various settings and world cultures.

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- GRADES 6-8 -

VI. Analyzing: Listening to, analyzing, and describing music.


Students will
E. Explain emotional responses to various musical effects.


VIII. Making Connections: Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Students will
B. Explain how the principles and subject matter of other arts disciplines interrelate with those of music.

C. Explain how the principles and subject matter of disciplines outside the arts interrelate with those of music.


IX. Relating to History and Culture: Understanding music in relation to history and culture.


Students will
A. Describe distinguishing characteristics of representative music genres and styles from a variety of cultures.

B. Classify and define by genre and style exemplary characteristics of musical works from diverse cultures, naming the title, composer, and historical period.

C. Compare and contrast the functions of music and musical settings in various cultures of the world.

D. Compare and contrast the roles of musicians in various cultures of the world.

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