Unit: Mid-Winter Unit

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Lesson 4-1 Kindergarten

SWBAT experience on an aural and tactile level the difference between beat and rhythm and start to read,count, and play 4 beat rhythms using quarter notes LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE - SWBAT explain in full sentences in English the difference between beat and rhythm understanding that beat is something felt and rhythm is something heard.

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Lesson 4-1 1st Grade

SWBAT how to play Chopsticks on glockenspiels by reading notes on the treble staff and playing with 1 mallet in each hand. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE-SWBAT will be able to define Tier 3 words involved in the lesson (interval, mallet, melodic, and harmonic)

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Lesson 4-1 2nd Grade

SWBAT to learn the meaning of the word Ostinato and be able to play sevaral ostinatos at the same time in groups of 2 while hearing the song "Music Music"

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Lesson 4-1 3rd Grade

Students will learn how to play the first phrase of A Little Jig on recorder with attention to pitch letters and fingering LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE SWBAT increase their expressive language skills when describing their experience in music class by using Tier 3 vocabulary words associated with the lesson.

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Lesson 4-1 4th Grade

SWBAT review the facts that they need to memorize to play the recorder well.

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Lesson 4-1 5th Grade

Students will be able to demonstrate strumming patterns on the guitar while keeping a beat to different rhythms. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE-Students will be able to explain in full sentences what they learned about strumming from watching the guitar video about strumming without mimicking the answer of another classmate.

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Lesson 4-2 Kindergarten

Objective: SWBAT experience on an aural and tactile level the difference between beat and rhythm and start to read,count, and play 4 beat rhythms using quarter notes and half notes LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE - SWBAT explain in full sentences in English the difference between quarter notes, quarter rests, half notes, and half rests.

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Lesson 4-2 1st Grade

SWBAT learn what melodic contour is and be able to follow melodic contour directions on the Glockenspiel SWBAT learn methods for decoding the names of the lines and spaces on the treble space. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE-SWBAT increase their expressive language skills when describing the melody they wrote using Tier 3 vocabulary words associated with the lesson.

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Lesson 4-2 2nd Grade

SWBAT play different parts of the arrangement MUSIC MUSIC which includes playing a round, and 4 ostinato parts to gain a greater understanding how simple parts can come together to make a beatifully complex sound. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE SWBAT explain in complete sentences what an ostinato and the different ways to make an ostinato

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Lesson 4-2 3rd Grade

Students will study and play the next phrase of A Little Jig by analyzing the 3rd phrase of music and understand the difference in eighth notes between a dotted quarter note and a quarter note

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Lesson 4-2 4th Grade

SWBAT revisit the song Big Round Bag by analyzing the first 13 measures of music -notating the beat matrix, pitch name, and fingering, then finding the parts of the song that are similar and notating the rhythm, pitch name, and fingering.

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Lesson 4-2 5th Grade

Students will play in chords or in root notes the Blues Progression with correct rhythm. Language Objective- Students will increase their reading fluency as evidenced by making the correct changes on the correct beat.

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Lesson 4-3 Kindergarten

SWBAT recite the definition, recognize rhythms that use quarter notes and half notes, and play those rhythms correctly while counting the beat out loud. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE-SWBAT increase their expressive language skills by using details when describing their music experiences in the classroom by using Tier 3 vocabulary that is used in the class evidenced by reciting the definition of rhythm correctly, and using correct music terminology to distinguish between two different types of notes.

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Lesson 4-3 1st Grade

SWBAT achieve better understand of the mechanics of reading the notes on the treble staff by writing and playing their own melodic contours using 4 pitches which can easily be read and played by their partner on the Glockenspiel. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE - SWBAT increase their language skill by using CONCISE verbal directions to help their partner play the melody they wrote.

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Lesson 4-3 2nd Grade

SWBAT will be introduced to "All through the Night", identify the notes of the first phrase and play the notes on the glockenspiel. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE-SWBAT increase their expressive language skills by using previous music vocabulary acquisition to describe more complex concepts and put new vocabulary words on the word wall.

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Lesson 4-3 3rd Grade

Students will be introduced to Part B of Big Round Bag anddefine label in the song where the Treble Clef,Time Signature, and Key Signature is located

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Lesson 4-3 5th Grade

Students will be able to play a mystery melody on the 6th string of the guitar.

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Lesson 4-4 Kindergarten

SWBAT recite the definition of rhythm, recognize rhythms that use quarter notes half notes, and whole notes and play those rhythms correctly while counting the beat out loud. Language Objective- SWBAT increase their expressive language skills by using details when describing the difference between different types of notes in the classroom using Tier 3 vocabulary that is used in the class.

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Lesson 4-4 1st Grade

SWBAT understand the basic principle of reading the treble staff and start to learn strategies for remembering the names of the lines and the spaces.

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Lesson 4-4 2nd Grade

SWBAT the first phrase of "All through the Night", identify the other 3 phrases and compare and contrast each phrase by pitch and rhythm, and label the pitches and rhythms of the one phrase that is different by using mnemonic devices to remember pitch names and circling beats to remember which beats to make a sound on.

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Lesson 4-4 5th Grade

SWBAT review the Samba rhythm and work in small groups to create a written arrangement of the Samba using 4 instruments of their choosing.

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Assembly Preparation Lesson

SWBAT use the music period to practice and enhance the skills that need improvement for their upcoming Cultural Assembly Performance.

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Lesson 4-5 Kindergarten

SWBAT recite the definition of rhythm, recognize rhythms that use quarter notes half notes, whole notes and DOTTED HALF NOTES and play those rhythms correctly while counting the beat out loud. Language Objective- SWBAT increase their expressive language skills by using details when describing the difference between different types of notes in the classroom using Tier 3 vocabulary that is used in the class.

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Leap Year Lesson

SWBAT listen, discuss the text Leap Year, and sing or play the 4 ostinatos within the song at the same time as a class. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE-Students will be able to verbalize using full sentences, what they have learned about the Leap Year from the text of the song.

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3rd Grade Unit 4 Lesson 4

Students will review vocabulary from last lesson, analyze 2nd part B in "A Little Jig" and practice in groups (either Part A or Part B)

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