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INTRODUCTION TO THE BASICS OF MUSIC. OBJECTIVE: - For you to develop an understanding of the three basic components (bits) of music. OUTCOMES:. ALL pupils will recognise the difference between pulse, rhythm and pitch

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INTRODUCTION TO THE BASICS OF MUSIC

OBJECTIVE:

- For you to develop an understanding of the three basic components (bits) of music

outcomes
OUTCOMES:
  • ALL pupils will recognise the difference between pulse, rhythm and pitch
  • MOST pupils will give an accurate explanation of the words pulse, rhythm and pitch
  • SOME pupils will give a practical example of each of the words pulse, rhythm and pitch
introduction to the forseth cards
INTRODUCTION TO THE FORSETH CARDS
  • The forseth cards will help you to learn about rhythm
  • Lets have a go today! See if you can remember the movements and sounds for next lesson…..
what have you learnt today
What have you learnt today?
  • What new words have you learnt?
  • Can you define them?
  • Can you give a practical example of each of our key words?
rhythm notation
Rhythm Notation

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Each box is worth 1 beat

= 4 beats

Use the note values to make each line add up to 4

classroom percussion instruments
Classroom Percussion Instruments

Untuned Percussion

Agogo Bell

Cowbell

Tambourine

Djembe

Tom-Tom

Kokiriko

Maracas

Gathering Drum

Tambor

Congas

Bongos

Talking Drum

Castanets

Woodblock

Rain stick

Wooden Guiro

Metallic Guiro

Cabassa

evaluation
Evaluation
  • I think our performance had a good pulse
  • I think our performance had a weak pulse
  • I think I performed my rhythms accurately
  • I think I need to perform my rhythms more accurately
  • We had a good start and a good finish
  • We had a weak start and a weak finish
  • We were well organised
  • We were not well organised
  • What can I do better?
  • Do I need to change my rhythms to make the group
  • performance stronger?
homework
Homework
  • Tell me a little bit about your favourite pop group / solo artist.
  • What do you like about them?
  • What instruments can you hear?
  • Tell me about the speed of the song?
homework 2
Homework 2
  • Evaluation
  • 1. What was good about our group performance?
  • 2. What do we need to do to improve our piece?
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Today we are going to:

  • Learn to recognise the sounds of classroom percussion instruments
  • Create and practise rhythm compositions using the instruments
  • Perform our final compositions to the whole class
classroom instruments quiz

Classroom Instruments Quiz

A) Agogo Bell

Hold up the letter (A, B or C) next to the instrument you hear.

B) Tambourine

C) Castanets

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Classroom Instruments Quiz

Hold up the letter (A, B or C) next to the instrument you hear.

A) Woodblock

B) Maracas

C) Cowbell

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Classroom Instruments Quiz

Hold up the letter (A, B or C) next to the instrument you hear.

A) Djembe

B) Guiro

C) Cabassa

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Classroom Instruments Quiz

Hold up the letter (A, B or C) next to the instrument you hear.

A) Agogo Bell

B) Maracas

C) Kokiriko

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Classroom Instruments Quiz

Hold up the letter (A, B or C) next to the instrument you hear.

A) Rainstick

B) Guiro

C) Cowbell

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Performance Criteria

  • Steady PULSE
  • Perfect rhythms
  • Clear start and finish
  • Structure
  • Dynamics – mixture of loud and quiet
  • - Confidence