Individual Choir Learning Target Assessment Sheet
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EnsembleDateSong Performed
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Student's Name
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Evaluator
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Current goal - What are you trying to improve so the group may improve?Unit: Musical Skills - The
performable attributes of music
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Topic
Learning
Target
What does quality look like?
What does quality sound like?
Focus
area
Becoming
Independent
Showing
Leadership
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ToneBody Posture
Tall posture, head up, shoulders back,
feet shoulder width apart
open, free sound that is not
hampered by cramped posture
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Tone Score
/15
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Head & NeckRelaxed jaw and
neck muscles
Relaxed, free sound
unforced & smooth
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Breath Support
Belly breathing
(expands on inhalation)
supported,
clear tone
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Interior of Mouth
Soft palate raised,
tongue out of the way and down
large, echo-y sound,
mature, big, resonant
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Vowel Shapes
North/South mouth shape, teeth apart
Vowel shapes made
correctly with lips
open vowels, every vowel has
same good quality,
no geographic dialect
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IntonationPitch Matching
soloist sings/echoes the given
note accurately
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Intonation Score

/15
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Accurate
Melodic Intervals
soloist sings intervals
accurately as printed
or sung to him/her
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Harmonic
Intervals
Soloist holds own pitch
against another person
without difficulty
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Sings Non-
Melodic Part
Soloist "holds own" against
someone else singing or
playing the melody
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Breath SupportBelly breathing with
engaged body
breath supports pitch w/o
pushing the pitch sharp
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MusicalityPhrasing
breaks in the sound at
predetermined, thoughtful
places that express the text
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Musicality Score

/15
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Dynamics
thoughtfully planned and
executed changes in volume
that express the text
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Articulation
Specific words/notes
sound special as
composer intended
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Tempo
Steady & even, able
to ritard into cadence gracefully
starts at the tempo intended
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Expression
Invested faces and
bodies communicate the lyrics
Music tells a story to the
listener through the body
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TechniquePosture
Tall, head up, shoulders back,
feet spread, abdomen can expand,
neck & jaw relaxed
open, free,
supported tone,
inviting presence
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Technique Score

/9
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Rhythm
Accurate reproduction of printed
score in performance
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Diction
Watches director cues for
initial and final consonants,
Teeth, tongue, and lips
are engaged & moving
- Crisp, clear words, not overdone
- Initial consonants before beat
- Final consonants on beat
- Voiced consonants pitched
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How did student think he/she did?
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Overall Score
/54
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Evaluator Comments:0-17More information needed (IV)
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18-34Developing Musicianship (III)
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35-47Becoming Independent (II)
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Students goals for class and improvement plan for next evaluation, based on data:48-54Showing Musical Leadership (I)
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