CMS Choir  

Learning Guide 2

Questions

1. I can you name all the Anatomy of your voice?
2. How should/ can you take care of your voice?
3. How do you sit or stand when singing?
4. Why do we warm up? 

 

  • Students will discuss and demonstrate basic music terms 

CMS Choir

Learning Guide 2 

Key Vocabulary 

    • The Larynx
    • Trachea
    • Tongue
    • Hard and Soft Palates
    • Posture
    • Singing Position
    • Nasal Cavity
    • Vocal Fold
    • Lungs
    • Diaphragm

     

 

 

  • Students will demonstrate and understand how the voice works

Theory 

CMS Choir

Learning Guide 2 

Questions

  • What are the parts of the vocal instrument?
  • Why is it important to warm up our voices?
  • How can we take care of our voices?

Learning Targets

  • Students will be able to demonstrate and produce the correct mouth shape srequired to produce proper vowel and consonant sounds
  • Students will be able to understand how to produce a proper tone resulting from proper Vowel shapes
  • Students will understand how to produce a proper tone resulting from correct seating and standing posture.
  • Students will understand how to produce a proper tone resulting from correct breath support.

Vocal 

Breathe Support - in singing, efficient and

appropriate use of the breath stream for phonation

Questions

  • where does music come from?
  • what makes music so interesting to listen to? 

CMS Choir 

Learning Guide 2 

Learning Targets

  • Students will be able to identify parts of music

History