MUSI 2181 Class Piano III Syllabus F2020

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SYLLABUSMUSI 2181 PIANO CLASS IIIFALL 2020Instructor: Dr. Hye-Gyung JiE-Mail: hji01@southplainscollege.eduPhone: (806) 716-2263Flex Course Class Location: FA Rm. 119 Piano Lab / Online ClassOffice Hours: Posted on the office door (FA Rm. 116), Blackboard, or By appointmentSome face-to-face instruction can be supplemented with online instruction.This course may be moved online at a future date, in response to COVID-19 safety requirements.MUSI 1181 and MUSI 1182 Piano Class courses are prerequisite for this course.REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS AND EQUIPMENT Alfred’s Group Piano for Adults Book 2 (2nd Ed.) by Lancaster and Renfrow (Alfred)The First Book of Scales, Chords, Arpeggios & Cadences (Alfred)A piano or digital keyboard for online classesGENERAL COURSE OUTLINEClass Piano Intermediate reinforces what students have learned in Class Piano Begin course suchas reading, theory, technique, and general musicianship through more advanced repertoires. Thiscourse will help the students improve performance capacity & musicality and also preparevarious requirements for the Piano Proficiency Exam. For effective technique learning,asynchronous instructional videos will be provided. The course meets two 50-min classes eachweek.COURSE OBJECTIVES1. Reinforcement on reading music on the intermediate level of repertoires2. Continue to learn scales, arpeggios, and chord progressions in minor keys.3. Continue improvisation and harmonization of melodies using varied accompanimenttechniques. Introduce select chord progressions and concepts of voice leading.4. Achieve both in-class and virtual performances with musicality, confident selfcontrol, and memorization.EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMESUpon completion of this course, students should be able to:1. Sight-read intermediate level repertoires by understanding more complicatedrhythmic/melodic patterns and articulations.2. Continue to play major technique routines and learn minor technique routines in variouskeys and comfortably apply them with comfortable physical motions.3. Create various accompaniment styles and have deeper knowledge of music1

theory to harmonize melodies and transpose them.4. Simple improvisation with well-known melodies and/or use the notes of blues scalesto improvise a 12-bar melody that will correspond with the harmonic progression in onekey.5. Perform advanced intermediate level piano repertoires in various styles with confidencein a live performance setting.METHODES FOR ASSESSING EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMESThe expected learning outcomes will be assessed through:In-class/virtual performances, class preparation, quizzes, various musical activities, exams, andvirtual recital.GRADES CALCULATED1. Class Preparation (30%): Due to the uncertain circumstances of COVID-19 and flexcourse option, students are expected to diligently practice and accomplish theirassignment duties for each class.2. Midterm (20%): Students should prepare and present their learning progress for minorkey technique routines and one repertoire.3. Piano Proficiency Exam (25%): Students will learn new minor key technique routinesfrom Group I and II and continue reinforcing strategies for theharmonization/transposition and improvisation.MUSI 2181(25%)Group I and Group II minor Keys – 1 key out of each group Scales: hands together, 2-octave parallel motion Cadences: Hands togetherÞ all cadences including inversionsÞ 1 key must be played with root notes in the LH Arpeggios: hands together, 2-octave parallel motionHarmonization/Transposition Harmonization: Student can choose either Major or minor key Transposition: 1 prepared key by student, 1 chosen key by facultyImprovisation: play 12-bar Blues or choose simple melodies with basic harmony4. Final Virtual Recital Performance (25%): Students will perform one repertoire bymemory and submit a recording.5. Class Attendance (extra points): Students are expected to attend every class either inperson or online on Blackboard. All lectures will be livestreamed and recorded. For thosewho missed classes at real times, they are responsible for watching the lecture recordings onBlackboard.2

COVID-19 RESPONSE INSTRUCTIONS Everyone should be diligent in social distancing, frequent handwashing, and coveringcoughs/sneezes.All students are required to wear a face covering in all SPC buildings. You are NOTALLOWED for face-to-face classes without wearing a mask.All students should monitor their health and notify appropriate personnel and their healthcare provider if they experience any symptoms related to COVID-19. Please reference tothe “Self-Screening Reminder” below.Please DO NOT ATTEND class in person if you feel unwell. Let your professor knowand join online class on Blackboard instead.If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19, please follow the College's guidelinesfor 14 days self-quarantine. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or higher riskmedical conditions that are significantly impacting your coursework, please contact yourprofessor to discuss how you may continue the course.Every classes will be livestreaming and recorded. Class video recordings can be found onBlackboard.All students will be checked their body temperatures every time before entering aclassroom. Please wait at the entrance with 6 ft apart each other.Upon entering and leaving a piano lab, please sanitize your hands and wipe the keyboardincluding a headset and bench.At the end of class, please follow instructions of professor for dismissal.“Return To Campus Plan”: urnToCampusPlans.pdfSELF-SCREENING REMINDER3

CLASSROOM / ONLINE LEARNING DECORUMAll electronic devices must be turned off before starting each class. Students will remove theirhats and caps during classes. Tailor your surroundings for highly effective learning environment.No chewing gum allowed. Do not share your any belongs with others and keep disinfecting allequipment you will use and already used.Unprofessional behavior will not be tolerated and will be documented to be turned over to theFine Arts Department Chair, and Administration. Such behavior will result in a dismissal ofclass for that day with a zero and receive an unexcused absence. If the student is asked to leave,it would be advisable to do so. After two (2) such episodes, the student will be told to drop andwill receive an “F.”OTHER PIANO LAB MAINTENANCEDo not lean on piano rackNo erasing on pianoNo rocking on the benchCareful with headphoneNo downloads on computerHibernate computer and turn off your instrument before leavingSTATEMENT FOR COVID-19It is the policy of South Plains College for the Fall 2020 semester that as a condition of oncampus enrollment, all students are required to engage in safe behaviors to avoid the spread ofCOVID-19 in the SPC community. Such behaviors specifically include the requirement that allstudents properly wear CDC-compliant face coverings while in SPC buildings including inclassrooms, labs, hallways, and restrooms. Failure to comply with this policy may result indismissal from the current class session. If the student refuses to leave the classroom or lab afterbeing dismissed, the student may be referred to the Dean of Students on the Levelland campus orthe Dean/Director of external centers for Student Code of Conduct Violation.DIVERSITY STATEMENTIn this class, the teacher will establish and support an environment that values and nurturesindividual and group differences and encourages engagement and interaction. Understandingand respecting multiple experiences and perspectives will serve to challenge and stimulate all ofus to learn about others, about the larger world and about ourselves. By promoting diversity andintellectual exchange, we will not only mirror society as it is, but also model society as it shouldand can be.NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENTSouth Plains College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex,disability or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to4

handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President for Student Affairs,South Plains College -1401 College Avenue, Box 5, Levelland, TX 79336, 806-894-9611.ADA STATEMNETStudents with disabilities, including but not limited to physical, psychiatric or learningdisabilities, who wish to request accommodations in this class should notify the DisabilityServices Office early in the semester so that the appropriate arrangements may be made. Inaccordance with federal law, a student requesting accommodations must provide acceptabledocumentation of his/her disability to the Disability Services Office. For more information, callor visit the Disability Services Office at Levelland Student Health & Wellness Center 806-7162577, Reese Center (also covers ATC) Building 8: 806-716-4675, Plainview Center Main Office:806-716 4302 or 806-296-9611, or the Health and Wellness main number at 806-716-2529.theStudent Health & Wellness Office, (806) 716-2577.CAMPUS CONCEALED CARRYTexas Senate Bill - 11 (Government Code 411.2031, et al.) authorizes the carrying of aconcealed handgun in South Plains College buildings only by persons who have been issued andare in possession of a Texas License to Carry a Handgun. Qualified law enforcement officers orthose who are otherwise authorized to carry a concealed handgun in the State of Texas are alsopermitted to do so. Pursuant to Penal Code (PC) 46.035 and South Plains College policy, licenseholders may not carry a concealed handgun in restricted locations. For a list of locations, resources/policy procedure/hhc.phpPursuant to PC 46.035, the open carrying of handguns is prohibited on all South Plains Collegecampuses. Report violations to the College Police Department at 806-716-2396 or 9-1-1.SPC POLICE CHIEF DIRECT NUMBER: Nickolis Castillo (806) 523-70395

MUSI 2181.002Dr. Hye-Gyung Jihji01@southplainscollege.eduPIANO CLASS IIIFall, 2020(806) 716-2263Acknowledgement of Syllabus ContentI have received a copy of the syllabus for MSUI 2181.002I have read and I understand the syllabus.I agree to abide by the terms set forth in the syllabus.Signed:Printed Name:Date:Please give me a personal email address:Describe any special circumstances which may affect your attendance:6

MUSI 1181 and MUSI 1182 Piano Class courses are prerequisite for this course. REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS AND EQUIPMENT Alfred’s Group Piano for Adults Book 2 (2nd Ed.) by Lancaster and Renfrow (Alfred) The First Book of Scales, Chords, Arpeggios & Cadences (Alfred) A piano or d

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