Grade 2

Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students, and enthusiastic parents with high expectations.

-Bob Beauprez

Welcome~ Grade 2! Did you know? Music Google Classroom is being updated every time we have a lesson!

In Music Google Classroom, you will be able to find:

  1. ALL music lessons.

  2. Homework/Assignment postings.

  3. Any important announcements.

  4. Link to Google Meet. (for the online class)



Welcome Grade 2

Welcome to the 2021-22 School Year! My name is Sunny Chung and I am the Music Teacher at BIS. I am excited to continue to get to know your children and to help them grow musically again this year.


In music class, students are expected to Be Respectful, Responsible, and Safe at all times. Please review the Music Classroom Expectation and Consequences with your child. Together, we can help your child have a wonderful musical experience this year!


The lessons are posted in Google Classroom each day the students have music. If you go to Google Classroom, you will have a good idea of what we are doing in music class.


We are going to have many performance opportunities as we are going to have the Christmas Concert, Gospel Night, and Spring Concert.


This is the outline of the Units. This year, our units are divided by theme.

Unit OutLine

Grade2

Class Expectations, Rewards, Consequences

MUSIC CLASS EXPECTATIONS

Be Respectful

Raise your hand and wait to be called on

Wait your turn (remote learners stay muted until asked by the teacher to unmute)

Treat others with kindness


Be Responsible

Complete your own work/turn in assignments in class. Use your time wisely in class!

Take care of class materials

Be Safe

Keep your mask on (over nose and mouth)

Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself

MUSIC CLASS REWARDS

Class choice/free day


MUSIC CLASS CONSEQUENCES

1st – Warning

2nd – Warning

3rd – Think Sheet

4th – Get the Think Sheet signed by your teacher

5th – Get the Think Sheet signed by the principal

6th – Get the Think Sheet signed by your parents.

Consequences | The Think Sheet