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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Fiona MacGyver on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MUSI 3050 at University of Georgia taught by Legette in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 63 views. For similar materials see /class/201991/musi-3050-university-of-georgia in Music at University of Georgia.


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Date Created: 09/12/15
Alexa Felice s Lesson Plan for MUSIC 3050 Conceptual Objective Music may get gradually louder or softer as well as suddenly louder or softer Behavioral Objectives 1 After playing a Hunt the Object game all students will demonstrate and understanding of how music can get gradually louder or softer by using their voices to help a classmate nd a small hidden object in the classroom When the child gets closer to the object the rest of the students voices get louder and if the child moves farther away the rest of the students voices get softer Following explanation and modeling by the teacher all students will demonstrate an understanding of musical dynamics by changing their voices to sound louder or softer gradually or quickly during a song Proceedures 509089 Teacher shows students a small object that is going to be hidden somewhere in the classroom Teacher selects one student to go out of the classroom for a few minutes While child is outside the teacher hides the object somewhere in the room making sure that the student outside the classroom cannot see where it is hidden and that all students in the classroom know where it is Teacher invites child back into the classroom The rest of the class makes a Laa sound while the child is hunting for the hidden object If the child is near the object the rest of the class sings Laa louder and if the child is far from the object then the class sings Laa softer Based on the different sounds made by the class the student should be able to find the object As the child gets closer the noise will gradually get louder but if the child takes one step in the wrong direction the noise will suddenly get softer Activity can be repeated if time allows Teacher teaches Are You Sleeping Brother John Students echosing each phrase of the song with the teacher Students sing the whole song without the teacher Teacher introduces cue signals to students which will signal for them to sing louder or softer if the teacher moves her hand down then the students will sing softer and if the teacher moves her hand up then the students will sing louder teacher can move hand quickly suddenly or gradually to show the different ways that music can change Students sing song while watching teacher give hand signals and are able to accurately take direction Teacher asks students how they know how and when to change their voices to sing loudly or softly and if they noticed any patterns in the way that the teacher asked them to sing the song DID WE SING THE SONGAT THE SAMENOISE LEVEL FOR THE


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