With your score of "All Creatures of Our God and King," please listen to the demo recording at least 4 times while following the music and either ringing "air bells" or conducting, then complete and submit the form below.
Please visit the uniform ordering page, read through the uniform requirements and description, and submit your order through that page. You must do this, even if you don't need to order anything...and please involve your mom in the situation.
Please submit your uniform order by this date. Find instructions here. You must submit the form, even if you need nothing--we just need to make sure you still have all the pieces and that everything still fits!
Click here to access a link to a Symbaloo page that has links to several recordings of music we are currently playing. On Monday, we will have a playing test over "Valse," so you might want to "rehearse" your part with air bells, your music, and the recording?
There are a couple steps to this assignment:
If none of these times work for you, please contact Miss Tipton as soon as possible to make other arrangements. Please don't wait until Thursday afternoon to do this!
One more caveat--Other students cannot be in Miss Tipton's office while one student is taking a test. The purpose of this policy is primarily to eliminate distractions and also to avoid giving other students an unfair advantage by hearing the test many times before they actually take it.
Try on your complete outfit and ask your mom to look at you in it. If it still fits, then simply complete the Google form, and you're done. If it doesn't fit, or if you're missing pieces of it, submit the Google form, supplying the necessary information to order what you need.
Explore the options presented on the Uniform Ordering page, and then ask your mom to help you order the right size as you complete the Google form.
Also, don't forget that your self-evaluation form is due on Friday by midnight!
Following the instructions given for the October 15 assignment below, watch at least one of these rehearsal videos of "Ding, Dong! Merrily on High."
Posted here are four videos of "The First Noel." Each video focuses on a different section of the handbell choir--treble, battery, high bass, and low bass. Watch at least the video of your section for this piece, then on the HS Assignment Submission page, submit your answers to the following questions:
1. What looks good about you?
2. What doesn't look good about you?
3. What looks good about someone else?
4. What doesn't look good about someone else?
5. Which video(s) did you watch?
Optional: Do you have any suggestions for individual ringers or for the group as a whole to improve the visual aspect of your performance?
Please express your ideas in complete sentences; one sentence is sufficient for each answer, unless you wish to say more. These are not public comments; Miss Tipton will be the only one to view them. Your comments should demonstrate careful thought and consideration, and your spelling and punctuation should demonstrate a high school level mastery of the English language. If there is not enough room your answers, then you may type them in a Word document and use the Assignment Submission form at the bottom of the HS Assignment page, which will allow you to attach a document and email it to me.
Take this Quia quiz. You will need to turn the sound on on your computer, because this is a listening quiz! You must score at least a 90% on the quiz to finish this assignment. You can keep taking it as many times as necessary to improve your score; it will be randomized every time you open it. I will take your highest score, so keep trying!
There are two steps to this assignment:
1. Watch the Scale Patterns Lesson 2 video online (5:45).2. Complete the major scale practice sheet #1.
Paper copies are available in the classroom, or you can download it from here.