Page 4 1A and 1B. Never really messed with C and D
Page 6 - WW option 1, 2, 3, 4 - Brass 1 buzz while WW play, 2 (play), 4, 5
Page 8 to get the brass doing 16th notes varsity at the beginning of the year, younger bands would get there by Christmas
This would be phased in with the younger bands but the varsity played starting the year at about 120 and getting to 180 by 2nd semester to really get those WW fingers moving
Scale pages - Used to reinforce the music being played but did everything on them at some point tied to music. The basic SR keys would start 1 key per week working through everything for about 6 weeks. Then would continue to work through the middle grouping of 5/6/7 sharps flats as the year progressed.
Chorales - Had a different chorale that we played daily but I would use these as sight-reading or to reinforce keys and tuning tendencies especially in chord building. Younger bands usually used the Eb or Ab chorale as their daily tuning exercise.
As they were lining new parts it was both the warm up block and into the technique block of the rehearsal. For the most part, 15 minutes was the chunk I wanted, especially if we were doing page 4, page 6, page 8, a few scales, (or just running all of the scales to a met) and ended with a chorale. Great way to reinforce, warm up, and still have lots of rehearsal time to dig into music or technique. I would sometimes change the order as well just to make the kids think.