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2.0 Responding 4.0 Analysis 4.0 Articulation 4.0 Organization 5.0 Complex Overt 5.0 Synthesis 6.0 Evaluation able to demonstrate able to describe able to identify able to indicate able to name able to recognize able to sing Affective Domain Analysis The learner Articulation The learner aural presentation autoharp California CASCD changes in dynamics CHILDHOOD The learner chromatic scale Complex Overt Response compositions Comprehension The learner correctly demonstrate awareness demonstrate his enjoyment Domain and Verb EARLY CHILDHOOD Given Educational Objectives examples of music Examples of Verb goals and objectives identify verbally Inglewood Knowledge The learner l.0 Knowledge PRIMARY l.0 Perception learner will demonstrate learner will show melody MIDDLE AND UPPER Music Committee music educators music presented aurally orchestral instruments pentatonic pizzicato Planning Programming Budgeting PRIMARY The learner Programming Budgeting System Psychomotor Domain raising his hand SAMPLE ITEM School District selected syncopation Taxonomy of Educational tempo third grade tone colors UPPER SECONDARY Given