|Subject Area||Elementary Music|
|Unit of Instruction||Rhythm, High,Low, Loud Soft Sounds, Movement|
Say and sing rhythmic patterns accurately with a steady beat. (MU.K.C.1.1)
Perform songs, fingerplays, and rhymes to connect with reading, math, or science (MU.K.0.1.1)
Imitate peer or teacher keeping steady beat (MU.K.F.3.1)
Read rhythms from iconic notation (MU.K.F.3.1)
Demonstrate vocal qualities sing, speak, shout, or whisper (MU.K.C.1.3)
Identify various instrumental sounds (MU.K.S.3.3)
Sing echo phrases (MU.K.C.1.4)
Sing melodies on pitch with head voice and appropriate tone quality (MUS.K.C.2.1)
Sing call and response songs (MU.K.S.2.1)
Sing songs with melodic contour (MU.K.S.2.1)
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Student will sing using their singing voices.
Students will match pitch.
Students will be able to tell the difference between high and low sounds.
Students will demonstrate loud and soft sounds.
Students will be able to read musical rhythms (quarter and eighth notes, Ta and Ti Ti)
Students will be able to demonstrate rhythms.
Students will be able to keep a steady beat.
Students will show different tempos with movement.
Students will begin learning their Winter Performance piece.
Vocal Warm-Up : Hello There
Beat Buddies – keeping a steady beat, following the teacher or peer
My Head and My Shoulders – movement warm-up, singing voice
I Bought Me a Cat – singing voice, memorization
John Kanaka – folk dance, movement, singing voice, partner work
Apples and Bananas – Vowels (AEIOU), across curriculum, singing voice
Winter Performance piece – Out in the Cold
– Discuss Penguins (that is the animal they are going to be for the show!)
– Show powerpoint pictures
Rhythm Fish Game
Shortening Bread – Loud and soft sounds, echo singing
Leila – Folk dance, movement, singing voice, partner work
If more time is needed, Doggy Doggy music game