ETIQUETTE ASSESSMENT – Criterion D ‘Responding’
ATL SKILLS: Communication Skills
As musicians it is important for us to review the basics of etiquette with all students in order to get the most out of our weekly classes and rehearsals. Please use the resources below as a guide to give your views on what ‘Etiquette’ means to you and how it is needed for success as a student and musician.
Our music program at YIS has a history of being an exciting, positive experience for everyone, and in order to keep it this way, we expect all of its members to be aware of and follow certain etiquette. These procedures are essential to our success as a group, and to allow the music we make together to be the absolute best it can be.
IN YOUR OWN WORDS! DO NOT PLAGIARIZE!
Your goal is to demonstrate your understanding of what the word ‘Etiquette’ means to you as a student, an audience member, and as a musician as well as your views on how you can improve in all three of the above forms of etiquette.
- FIRST – create a Google.doc and share it with Mr. Johnston
- Create a response of at least 500 words.
- Define the word ‘Etiquette’
- List 5 things related to Student Etiquette (how you act in class) and how you can improve on 3 of them personally. How should we act as students in the classroom?
- List 5 things related to Audience Etiquette (how you act when in the audience of a Classical Music Concert) and how you can improve on 3 of them personally. How should we act when part of an audience?
- List 5 things related to Musician Etiquette (when performing or rehearsing with a group of musicians) and how you can improve on 3 of them personally. How should we act as performing musicians?