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Relative Advantage Chart for 10th Grade Music Theory Students

with Integrated Technology Applications.


Music Theory
Problem

Technology

Relative Advantage

Expected Outcomes

Define the meaning


of music theory.

Music sites:
Music Theory,
Teoria, and
8notes,
SmartMusic.

Students are able to


explore examples and
lessons using their mobile
device.

In addition to performing,
students will be expected to
understand and define music
theory as it applies to their
specific area.

Understand how to
compose music.

Music sites:
Classics for kids,
Ars-Nova. Online
tools: Google
Docs.

Students are able to use


the interactive tools to drag
and drop notes and then
immediately play an
example of what they have
composed. Students can
track composition in
Google Docs for easy
sharing.

Students will be able to


compose music and share it
with peers which improves
the ability to expand their
knowledge and receive
feedback.

Understand how to
arrange music.

Music sites:
Classics for kids.
Online tools:
Google Docs.

Students are able to use


the interactive tools to drag
and drop notes and then
immediately play an
example of what they have
composed. Students can
track arrangements in
Google Docs for easy
sharing.

Students will be able to


arrange music and share it
with peers which improves
the ability to expand their
knowledge and receive
feedback. Also provides
opportunity to collaborate
with peers and work as a
team using Google Docs.

Understand how to
read music

Music sites:
Music Theory,
Music Cards,
Sight Reading.

Students are able to


complete exercises online
for sight reading and
educators are able to
include assessment
exercises.

Students can complete


exercises that are
progressively more difficult
based on their current
knowledge which allows
students to progress at their
own pace.

Understand how to
notate music

Music tools: Note


Flight, Score
Cloud. Online
tools: Google
Docs.

Interfaces allow students to


interact with notation and
music ideas from any
computer. Students can
track notations in Google
Docs for easy sharing.

Students can make online


notations which will allow
collaboration with peers and
immediate feedback.

Understand how to
effectively listen to
and analyze music.

Music tools:
Music Micro
Analysis tool,
SmartMusic.

Tools allow students to


analyze sound files and
make notations.

Students will be able to hear


examples and start/stop
music files as they need from
any computer to allow them
to move at their own pace
and practice as needed.

Relative Advantage Chart for 10th Grade Music Theory Students


with Integrated Technology Applications.
Music Theory
Problem

Technology

Relative Advantage

Expected Outcomes

Understand how to
effectively describe
music.

Music tools:
Music First,
Adventus, ArsNova.

Tools allow students to


explore different music
styles and make specific
comparisons based on
sound files or other
documents

Students will be able to


review various comparisons
giving them a deeper
understanding of the various
styles.

Understand how to
effectively evaluate
music and music
performance.

Music tools:
Music First,
Adventus, ArsNova. Online
tools: Google
Docs, Evernote.

Tools allow students to


listen to different music
styles and make specific
comparisons based on
sound files or other
documents

Students will be able to


review various comparisons
giving them a deeper
understanding of the various
styles that they can use in
their own performances. .

Understanding
relationships
between music, the
other arts, and
disciplines outside
the arts.

Music tools: Art


Site, Music First,
Adventus, ArsNova. Online
tools: Google
Docs, Evernote.

Tools allow students to


listen to different music
styles and make specific
comparisons to other art
disciplines based on sound
files or other documents

Students will be able to


review various comparisons
giving them a deeper
understanding of the various
styles of both music and
those arts that expand
outside the art context.

Understanding
music in relation to
history and culture.

Music tools:
Music First,
Adventus, ArsNova.Online
tools: Google
Docs, Evernote.

Tools allow students to


listen to different music
styles and make specific
comparisons based on
sound files or other
documents

Students will be able to


review various comparisons
giving them a deeper
understanding of the various
styles and how they relate to
history and culture.