SoundTree High School Keyboard Lab Curriculum - Student Book
SoundTree High School Keyboard Lab Curriculum

SoundTree High School Keyboard Lab Curriculum - Student Book

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Welcome to the Alfreds SoundTree Keyboard Lab Curriculum High School Level. This exclusive, in-depth, keyboard-based curriculum includes powerful resources for teaching in the group piano instructional environment. It includes a variety of materials that make it easy to incorporate technology in the music classroom. This curriculum will serve as an integral resource for any music educator who teaches music with pianos or keyboards.

Keyboard Component: The core keyboard component of the curriculum is Piano 101. The sequential materials from this course included in the SoundTree Keyboard Lab Curriculum include:
  • Piano 101, Books 1 & 2
  • Piano 101 Pop, Book 1 & 2
  • Piano 101 Level 1 & 2 6-CD Set
  • Piano 101 Level 1 & 2 6-GM Set
  • Teachers Handbook for Piano 101 Books 1 & 2
  • Alfreds Essentials of Music Theory Complete
  • Alfreds Music Tech Series Books 1-3
  • Alfreds Music Tech Series Teachers Guide
  • Reproducible Worksheet Book
The Reproducible Worksheet Book contains Theory and Ear Training worksheets to correlate with each unit of Alfreds Basic Piano Library Group Piano Course, Books 1-4

General Music Component: In addition to the keyboard materials listed above, The High School Curriculum Book includes 45 lesson plans written specifically for the Korg Group Education Controller (GEC) from SoundTree. These lesson plans serve as a guide for incorporating a GEC keyboard lab into the general music classroom setting. Written by experienced teachers who teach in a keyboard lab environment, these classroom-tested lessons include lessons in the following areas:
  • Music Fundamentals (Rhythm, Notation, Music Reading)
  • Composition
  • Ear Training (Melodic and Rhythmic Dictation)
  • Improvisation
  • Listening
  • Skills
  • Notation
  • Performance
The lessons are not presented in a specific order, but are intended to give the teacher maximum flexibility to include them in the curriculum based on the needs of students in the individual classes. The musical experiences in each lesson address the National Standards for Music Education. Each individual lesson is organized in the following manner:
  • Keyboard Skills Required
  • MENC National Standards
  • Objectives
  • Materials
  • Procedure (This step-by-step procedure includes specifics on how to use the GEC)
  • Extensions
  • Reproducible student handouts (Included with most lessons)
In addition to the print materials included in this book, there is a companion website that includes the MIDI and audio files mentioned in some of the lesson plans which can be downloaded for use in the lesson. The companion site is located at the following URL:

Learning musical skills through technology generates tremendous enthusiasm among students. The technology allows students the opportunity to perform, improvise and create music according to their individual tastes. They now move from the realm of music lover to music maker, opening a new world of imagination to students who might never have been involved in the creation of music. The sincere intent of the developers of this curriculum is to make the music learning experience interactive and rewarding for both the students and the instructor. Enjoy!

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