Rhythm & Tonal Skills, Music Concepts, and Active Participation Chart

Understanding Sequential Relationships Among Music Concepts

The Skills, Concepts, & Activities chart is a picture of the contents and sequential order of Books 2 & 3 of the Knauss Music Curriculum.
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The Skills, Concepts, & Activities chart, from the top down, is in three sections.
The top red section explains the two basic gateway skills to all of music education and music participation. When singing in tune (tonal) and performing a steady beat (rhythm) are learned, spectators-only become life-long participators.
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The middle green-blue-yellow-orange section explains the sequential progression of how music concepts are built one on the other and should be taught and learned in that order.
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The bottom purple section lists the active participation "ing" words from discrimination to inferential learning, through which music is a "doing" art.
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Respectively-colored callouts provide an explanation of each sequential grouping.

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