Seward County Community College/Area Technical School
- TITLE OF COURSE: MUG1612 Applied Music I/Guitar, MUG1622 Applied Music II/Guitar, MUG1632 Applied Music III/Guitar, MUG1642 Applied Music IV/Guitar
- COURSE DESCRIPTION: One-two credit hours. (One-two hours lab) Private instruction in the area of guitar. Student recital performance is required. An additional fee is required for this course. Two hours credit for music majors only by permission of instructor. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours
for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected. Pre-requisite: none
- DIVISION/DEPT/PROGRAM MISSION STATEMENT:
- Division Statement: The mission of the Humanities and Social Sciences is to foster an appreciation of the role that the humanities and social sciences has played in the evolution of civilized society and to explore the ways that an understanding of theory and practice in philosophy, the social and behavioral sciences, the fine arts, and written and oral expression will enable students to participate thoughtfully in a global society.
- Fine Arts Program Mission Statement: The SCCC/ATS Fine Arts Program provides
arts courses and community events that incorporate the areas of aesthetics,
critical reflection, a historical and global overview of the arts, and
opportunities for creative expression through the arts.
- TEXTBOOK AND MATERIALS:
- Applied Music I: Schmid, Will and Greg Koch. Hall Leonard Guitar Method Complete Edition. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard., 2002.
- Applied Music II: No textbook
- Applied Music III: No textbook
- Applied Music IV: No textbook
- SCCC/ATS OUTCOMES AND COMPETENCIES:
- Graduates of SCCC/ATS should demonstrate the ability to:
- Outcome 5: Demonstrate the ability to think critically by gathering facts, generating insights, analyzing data, and evaluating information.
- Outcome 7: Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of the diverse cultures, creeds, and lifestyles of America and the world community.
- Mastery of these outcomes will be demonstrated by the following competencies:
- The critical thought outcome will be measured by classroom discussion and actual playing of the music that is designed to encourage students to engage in factual, insightful, rational, and evaluative analysis.
- Mastery of these instructional outcomes will be substantiated by successful completion of the course with a grade of C (70%) or better.
- FINE ARTS PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES:
- The student will define and apply discipline specific vocabulary in course
- The student will identify basic historical/cultural characteristics of a
work and be able to compare and contrast diverse artistic endeavors.
- The student will apply critical thinking in the formulation of an aesthetic
response to a work of art.
- The student will demonstrate appropriate studio/performance skills in the
making or performance of a work of art and thoughtfully reflect on their own
artistic development in written or oral critique.
- The student will recognize and use safe practices where applicable.
- GENERAL COURSE OUTCOMES: To provide a musical performance class for students to develop their
instrumental skills to the highest degree of their ability and for the enjoyment
of performing instrumentally.
- COURSE COMPETENCIES:
- The student will develop tone production through exercises for the development of proper technique.
- The student will develop their technical skills with technical exercises.
- The student will develop their overall facility of performance by performing the best of solo literature.
- TOPICAL COURSE OUTLINE:
- Tone Production
- By working on scales and long tone exercises, the students will improve their tone production.
- By working on etudes, the students will improve their technique.
- Finger Patterns
- By working on etudes and scales, the students will improve their fingering patterns.
- Music literature for instrument
- By working on various solos from different music periods, the students will gain knowledge and appreciation of different styles of music.
- INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS:
- Private instruction on instrument
- Solo work in juries
- INSTRUCTIONAL AND RESOURCE MATERIALS:
- Exercise books
- Solo literature
- METHODS OF ASSESSMENT:
- Music juries of performance
- Perform assignments at each weekly lesson
- Performance on Studio Recital
- ADA STATEMENT:
- If you believe that you are entitled to special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact the Dean of Student Services at 620-417-1016 or visit the office located in the Hobble Academic Building.