This is an EXPLORE activity about SOLFEGE and Early Music Notation developed by Guido d'Arezzo. This is worth two (2) explore activity points. 1. 2. Listen to all the audio on pages 1 and 2 by clicking the speaker icon 🔊 3. On Page 3 tell me what you learned by listening to and looking at the information in this activity. You can use the tool to type your answer or the tool to record yourself telling me what you learned. 4. Be sure to click or tap the to submit this Explore activity.
1/5/2021 Modified activity for Explore activity, by getting more info about Guido d'Arezzo and took out all the singing parts. ⁉️Good to take place of some other RS activities during Virtual Instruction Updated 9-9-2020 I embedded videos on pages for practicing and recording, pp. 6-7. I took out the Screencastify submit option. I changed the page 8 feedback page to the updated version with the video question. This was created 4th quarter 2020. Since we weren't meeting face to face, I gave a quick overview of why we use solfeggio, then had them practice singing one octave solfeggio Middle C (c4-c5) then Twinkle Twinkle Little Star in solfeggio and then record using either the mic/record in Seesaw or using Screencastify Submit. There is a link to the YouTube practice video and to a video explaining how to use Screencastify Submit in the instructions.