Lesson: Drum Circle (4th Grade Level)
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Students will be able to use full sentences when asking to trade an instrument, using correct Tier III vocabulary.
Information<Give and/or demonstrate necessary information)
Different instruments will be identified and demonstrated for proper playing use.
Verification (Steps to check for student understanding)
Are students following instructions of each activity?
Are students using the instrument on a tactile level or an auditory level?
Are students observant of verbal and non-verbal cues of what to do with the instruments?
(Describe the independent activity to reinforce this lesson)
1)Class will sit in a circle and each student will get a chance to pick a simple instrument (shaker, scratcher, or tapper). The last instrument chosen is the leader instrument is assigned by my following the student who has it . After a short playing session led by myself and - I explain the rules of the game of Yankee Trader. Everyone has 1 chance to trade an instrument, but each instrument can only be traded 3x's before it becomes locked - and that person gets to play it when we start the music.
3)Using Itunes samples, I find requests from various students for their favorite pop songs and we play with our instrument to those samples.
- CC.4.SL.1.b Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions and carry out assigned roles.
- CC.4.L.3.a Choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely.*
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