Difference between beat and no beat
OBJECTIVES-• Improvise simple vocal chants, using question and answer phrases.
OBJECTIVES-Sing simple songs, chants and rhymes from memory, singing collectively and at the same pitch, responding to simple visual directions and counting in.
objectives include:-Walk, move, or clap a steady beat with others, changing the speed of the beat as the tempo of the music changes and recognise steady beat through listening.
Using Carnival of the Animals be Saint Saens teach about the orchestra, musical instruments and their families
Learn about the orchestra instrument families and instruments thru “Carnival of the Animals” by Saint Saens
description of treble clef
Students will be able to demonstrate their singing voice
REVIEW DE C SCALE IN THE FLUTE
Explore music related to seasonal or cultural celebrations, such as songs for holidays or traditional folk songs.
Introduce students to different musical traditions and cultures from around the world.
Encourage hands-on exploration of classroom percussion instruments to develop basic rhythmic and coordination skills.
Explore basic instrument families, such as strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, and keyboards, and discuss their unique characteristics.
Introduce students to a variety of musical instruments, both through visuals and live demonstrations if possible.
Provide opportunities for creative expression through simple improvisation using voice, body percussion, or classroom instruments.
Encourage students to express themselves through music by clapping, dancing, or moving to the beat.
Use movement activities or visual cues to demonstrate changes in dynamics, tempo, and other musical elements.
Introduce basic musical terms, such as high/low, fast/slow, and loud/soft.
Explore dynamics (loud and soft) by using body movements, visuals, or instruments to represent contrasting levels of volume.
Identify and describe the mood or emotions evoked by different types of music.
Develop active listening skills by identifying and responding to different musical elements (e.g., dynamics, tempo, timbre).
Explore different vocal ranges and experiment with singing in different voices (high, low, soft, loud).
Sing simple songs and nursery rhymes, paying attention to pitch and melody.
Recognize and differentiate between high and low sounds.
Explore the concepts of fast and slow rhythms through movement activities.
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