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<ul><li><p>Beginner Music TheorySubject: Music TheoryGrade Level: 2 - 3Instructions: Teacher | Student</p></li><li><p>TeachersThe following lesson is over note values.All Examples will be in 4/4 time.To Move onto the next example Click on the icon labeled Next Type of Note.Students will take a 3 question quiz at the end. The answers are: 1B2C3AReturnTo LessonStandards</p></li><li><p>StudentsThe following lesson is over note values.All Examples will be in 4/4 time.To Move onto the next example Click on the icon labeled Next Type of Note.There Will be a short quiz at the end.Good luck!</p><p>ReturnTo Lesson</p></li><li><p>Whole NoteThe Whole Note is the most basic type of note. It has four beats no matter what time signature it is in. In 4/4 time it takes up the whole measure.ReturnNext Type of Note</p></li><li><p>Half NoteThe Half note is the next size directly smaller then the whole note.It is half of the size of the whole note.The half note takes up 2 beats 4/4 time.The largest note value with a stem.</p><p>ReturnNext Type of Note</p></li><li><p>Quarter NoteThe quarter note is the next size directly smaller then the half note.It is a quarter of the size of the whole note.The Quarter note takes up 1 beats 4/4 time.There can be four quarter notes in 4/4 time.ReturnNext Type of Note</p></li><li><p>Eight NoteThe eighth note is the next size directly smaller then the half note.It is a eighth of the size of the quarter note.The Eight note takes up a of a beat in 4/4 time.There can be Eight Eighth notes in 4/4 time.ReturnNext Type of Note</p></li><li><p>Sixteenth noteThe Sixteenth note is the next size directly smaller then the Eighth note.It is a 1/4 of the size of the Eighth note.The half note takes up 1/8 of a beat in 4/4 time.There can be sixteen sixteenth notes in 4/4 time.ReturnBeat Chart</p></li><li><p>The Beat TableQuizReturn</p></li><li><p>Quiz InstructionsAt this time if you feel you are ready to take the quiz, read the following instructions. If you feel you need to review, please click on the review button.Read each of the questions carefully. To select an answer, click on the answer you feel is appropriate.You will not be able to proceed until you have answered the question correctly.Start QuizReview</p></li><li><p>Question 1Which of the Following is a Quarter note?ABCD</p></li><li><p>Question 2Which note value takes up a of a beat in 4/4 time?</p><p>ABCD</p></li><li><p>Question 3Which note value takes up the entire measure in 4/4 time?ABCD</p></li><li><p>Correct Answer!You answered Correctly. The Quarter noted looks like this:Next QuestionThe quarter note is the next size directly smaller then the half note. It is a quarter of the size of the whole note.</p></li><li><p>Incorrect AnswerRemember, the quarter note gets its name because there can be four of them in one measure!The quarter note is the next size directly smaller then the half note. It is a quarter of the size of the whole note.</p><p>Try Again</p></li><li><p>Correct Answer!You answered Correctly. Remember, The quarter note is the next size directly smaller then the half note. It is a eighth of the size of the quarter note. The Eight note takes up a of a beat in 4/4 time. There can be Eight Eighth notes in 4/4 time.</p><p>Next Question</p></li><li><p>Incorrect AnswerRemember, how many quarters are in 4 beats.</p><p>Try Again</p></li><li><p>Correct Answer!You answered Correctly. You Remember it takes more then one of every other note to fill a measure. The whole note gets its name because it fills the whole measure.Finish</p></li><li><p>Incorrect AnswerRemember, that there is only one type of note that can fill the entire meausre.</p><p>Try Again</p></li><li><p>Congratulations!You have successfully completed this lesson. We hope you have learned note values and you will remember for time to come!Exit</p></li><li><p>StandardsGrade 2: 5. Read, write and perform using eighth notes, quarter notes, half notes and quarter rests in 2/4 and 4/4 meter.</p><p>Grade 3: 5. Read, write and perform using sixteenth notes, eighth notes, quarter notes, half notes and quarter rests in 2/4 and 4/4 meter.</p><p>ReturnTo Lesson</p></li></ul>

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