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Second 10/10-14

Objective (I Can)

Bloom’s Level/Rigor

-read 4-beat rhythm
-sing with good technique
-sing and read Sol and Mi and La
-move in AB form
-create and perform an ostinato
-identify single eighth notes

-Remember
-Understand
-Apply
-Analyze

Key Questions

Assessment of Learning

-How can our bodies make music?
-Isn’t stomping just noise? How do we make it music?
-What does a good singing tone sound like?
-How do we use solfege to read music?

-identify solfege on staff
-identify single eighth notes
-read rhythm patterns

Activities
Hook/Building Background
-Follow Me
-Good News (Sung)

Direct Instruction (I DO)
2.Christopher Columbus

Sing thru solfege

Add rhythm to solfege

Add text

5. Writing beamed and flagged eighth notes

Write on board

Explain how similar

Guided Practice (We DO)
1. Solfege Reading

Sol/Mi/La

Add rhythmic
2. Harvest Song

Sing thru together

Pulse half note
3.Move to Half note

Movement-mirror
4. Rhythm Cards

Read through patterns

Create an ostinato

Divide the class to perform the ostinato
5. Writing beamed and flagged eighth notes

Write boards-students write
6. Jockey-review

Lesson Closure
Hey Goodbye Song
-line-up procedure (practice as needed)

Key Vocabulary
Pulse
Solo
Melody
Rhythm
Quarter Note
Quarter Rest
Eighth Notes
Sol
Mi
La
Half Notes
Ostinato

Gallop around room
2nd verse partner bleking step

Independent Practice (You DO)
5. Poor Little Kitty-if time

Game

Solo Sing S/M pattern

4. Charlie Over the Ocean- if time

Students sing Solo

Game
8. Ha Ha This Way-if time

Solo students lead the class
with their solo and movement-Assess on
Friday Station

Unpitched Percussion

AB form
Flagged eighth notes

Extra Music Class Friday
-Station Expectations
-Practice rotations
-How to watch video
-Stations
● Lego rhythm
● Rhythm Cards-beamed/flagged eighth notes
● Worksheet-label Sol/Mi/La
● Mrs. Harkema-Rhythm pattern reading