At uTheory, we’re sometimes asked about which lessons to teach and when, or how much uTheory content to cover with a given grade level. And our response is, “that depends.” The answer will vary by district, school, and even by teacher, so we’ve put together a few models to help guide you in including uTheory in your curriculum.
Ensemble Pacing Guides
If you’re using uTheory with an ensemble, take a look at these pacing guides based on student experience:
Theory Class Pacing Guides
If you’re using uTheory with music theory classes or music classes that include theory instruction, check out these pacing guides based on class type:
Lesson Table of Contents
If you're planning out the year (or let's be honest, planning tomorrow's classes), take a glance at the table of contents to see what's covered in each lesson.
Here’s a reference guide that lists which skills and sub-skills align with each lesson. (Note – you can also select to “Synchronize skill requirements with lesson requirements” in the class settings, which will assign only the corresponding skills based on which lessons you’ve assigned. To find this, go to Teach – Classes – Settings (…) – Choose skills and check the box next to synchronize.)