Reciting Rhythms and Conducting II MUS 111 ScheduleMUS 111 SyllabusWilliam Wieland
Stand and conduct while counting aloud. Perform slowly and keep a steady tempo. Do not pause, stop, or restart.

Competently means few or no mistakes, e.g. a 4-bar phrase may have one careless mistake.
Item performed competentlyPointsRunning Total
QQuarter Notes and Quarter Rests (only new students) — Help 10 10
BBeats (only new students) — Help 10 20
EEighth Notes (only new students) — 1 and  2 and ... 10 30
 
D (dotted quarters) — Chapter 1 — Select Medium. — with a dotted quarter note 10 40
C (compound meter) — Chapter 4 — with a tie in the 1st full bar — Help 10 50
½ (half note beat) — Chapter 1 — Select half note beat — with a dotted whole note 10 60
8 (8th note beat) — Chapter 1 — Select 8th note beat — with a dotted quarter note 10 70
 
6 (sixteenths) — Chapter 10 — Select Medium. — Help 10 80
Y (syncopation) — Chapter 13 — Select Divided Beat Syncopation. 10 90
 
Changing Time Signatures — Chapter 17
b — Select 8 bars, Changing Meters, Simple & Compound, and Beats of Equal Duration 2 92
2 — Select 8 bars, Double Meter Signatures, and Simple & Compound 2 94
5 — Select 8 bars, Meters of 5, and 8th Note Beat 2 96
7 — Select 8 bars, Meters of 7, and 8th Note Beat 2 98
d — Select 8 bars, Changing Meters, Simple & Compound, and Divisions of Equal Duration  2 100

Why recite rhythms while conducting? To improve sight reading and conducting.