Music Exploratory. Come in Quietly Get a chair Copy your homework into your agenda Homework – Make four flashcards for the notes we learned in class today Complete your Do Now Prepare for your expectations presentation.
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DO NOW: Using Meaningful Dialogue discuss and respond to the following questions with a partner.
What do you know about reading music?
Do you have to read music to play an instrument? What about to sing?
What would you like to know about reading music?
All worksheets today will need to be put into your pronged folder.
Using the following information fill in the blanks for your notes
These fill in the blank music notes will serve as your study guide for your test on Thurs. Feb. 14th
There are _____ parts to reading _______ music.
One part is _______.
Another part is _____.
Rhythm is ___ ____ the sound will last.
Pitch is how ____or ____ the voice or instrument will sound.
This unit is strictly on ________.
Rhythm – How _____ or _____ the sound.
Rhythm is shown by the ______ of the _____.
Rhythm can be _____ or _______.
______ rhythms are called _____ .
______ rhythms are called _____.
Using the notes, complete the reading music rhythms worksheet
This assignment is due at the end of class.
Don’t forget to complete your homework which is due on Wednesday
Flash Cards can be plain paper cut into little squares