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This adjunct faculty position teaches Applied Music- Voice Lessons at RCBC. Adjunct faculty work under the direction of the Department Chairs, Department Program Coordinators, and the administration of the Division of Liberal Arts to facilitate class instruction, evaluate student performance, develop and manage syllabus and course materials, and comply with any Department, Division, or College requirements.
COURSE DESCRIPTION:The Applied Music: Voice courses involve one-hour lessons weekly at 2 credits each course to align with 4-year requirements. An authorized signature is required.
Sing with improved tone quality.
Demonstrate the understanding of the technical fundamentals of singing through performing at an appropriate level.
Demonstrate effective practice techniques.
To study and or perform vocal repertoire appropriate to each student's level of accomplishment.
Listen with improved critical skills.
Develop a student's own expressive potential and ability to communicate through music at an appropriate level.
Display increased confidence in singing and/or performance ability.
Establish basic skills in diction for singers.
Complete Course Outline can be found here: https://rcbc.edu/sites/default/files/Documents/Course-Outlines/MUP/MUP%20135%20Course%20Outline_September%202021.pdf
Adjunct Faculty are instructional personnel whose services are contracted on a semester/term by semester/term basis. The adjunct faculty workload is limited to two course sections per semester/term, unless additional course sections are required to meet the needs of the students and/or College. Adjunct Faculty are paid by the credit hour. Essential responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Develop and Manage syllabus and course materials – selecting and compiling tests, assignments, online discussion exercise that permit measurement of performance relative to standardized learning objectives.
Facilitate class instruction – administer evaluations of student performance based on course deliverables and course rubrics. All course grades will be posted on Blackboard Grade Center. Be prepared for class and meet with students on time and as scheduled or if teaching online to be responsive and