Intervals by Ear

Go to Teoria Interval Ear Trainer.
Under Intervals, make sure these intervals are checkmarked: Major 2, 3, 6, 7;  Perfect 4, 5, 8
Type: Both
Direction: Ascending
Answer using; Interval name
If my answer is wrong, I want to: retry
Stop exercise after 5 minutes.  (Make sure you check this box)
Maximum time to answer: (Do not check this box)
Clef: Bass
OK
Play this for 5 minutes. You may repeat each interval 3 times (please do this to get the best score possible).
Record your score.

OR

Go to Interval Ear Trainer.
Click on the correct answer of the interval that you hear. You may play the same interval up to 3 times.
Record your score.

Interval Identification

Go to Interval Identification.
Play this for 5 minutes and write down your percentage.

OR

Go to Teoria Interval Identification.
Checkmark Major 2, Major 3, Perfect 4, Perfect 5, Major 6, Major 7, and Perfect 8.
Accidentals: No Accidentals
Direction: Ascending
Stop exercise after: 5 minutes
Clef: Bass
Click OK.  Record your score (percentage) on your Web Rewards page.

Major and Minor Chord Identification

Download and print this Major Minor Chords Level 5 Worksheet.  Complete the worksheet and bring it to your next lesson.

Building Major and Minor Chords on Staff

Download and print the Major and Minor Triads on Staff.  Complete the worksheet and bring it to your next lesson.

Major Key Signatures

Play Key Trainer-Easy for 5 minutes
Record your score.

Play Key Trainer for 5 minutes.
Record your score.

Remember:
To identify a Sharp key, take the last sharp and go up 1/2 step.
To identify a Flat key, take the 2nd to the last flat and name it.
Record your score on Web Rewards page.  If you did not score 90% or above (or you wish to have more practice), play this again, or proceed to the other exercises.

OR

Go to Major Key Signatures.
Keys: Major  (If this is your first time to do this activity, then check the “limit to 4 accidentals” box.  If it is not the 1st time, then do not check that box.  You may also limit it to drilling just sharps or flats.)
Accidentals: Sharps and Flats
Stop exercise after: 5 minutes
Clef: Treble or Bass (please alternate every time you do this)

Remember:
To identify a Sharp key, take the last sharp and go up 1/2 step.
To identify a Flat key, take the 2nd to the last flat and name it.
Do this activity for 5 minutes, then record your score (percentage) on the Web Rewards page.

Order of Sharps and Flats

On a piece of paper, write:
1.  The order of Sharps.  If you don’t know, visit this link.  Remember Fat Cats Go Down Alleys Eating Bread.  Be ready to say this at your lesson!
2.  The order of Flats. If you don’t know, visit this link.  Remember its the order of sharps backward!

Melodic Dictation

Download and print this Melodic Dictation Level 5.
Listen to each of this musical examples.  Circle the correct melody on your worksheet.
Write down Melodic Dictation Worksheet 1 on your Web Rewards sheet and bring your worksheet to lessons.
Example 1 Melodic Level 5
Example 2 Melodic Level 5
Example 3 Melodic Level 5
Example 4 Melodic Level 5

Rhythmic Dictation

Download and print Rhythmic Dictation Level 5.
Listen to the examples below and notate them on your worksheet.
Bring to your next lesson.
Example 1 Rhythm Level 5
Example 2 Rhythm Level 5
Example 3 Rhythm Level 5
Example 4 Rhythm Level 5

AND

Download and print Rhythmic Dictation Level 5 No 2.
Listen to the examples below and notate them on your worksheet.
Bring to your next lesson.
Example 1 Rhythm Level 5 No2
Example 2 Rhythm Level 5 No2
Example 3 Rhythm Level 5 No2
Example 4 Rhythm Level 5 No2

Building Major Scales

Download and print this Building Scales Level 5 Worksheet.
Complete and bring to your next lesson.