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Teresa Fraraccio

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Music Explorer - It's a Small World🌎

Music Explorer … “It’s a Small World”🌎 In this Music Unit, you are invited on the journey of being a Music Explorer discovering the music, songs, dances and chants of different countries and cultures. Music is in EVERY culture and is used in MANY different ways. There are lullabies, children’s songs, festival dances, action songs and spiritual songs and soooo much more! All music has beat and rhythm, high and low sounds. Music can be fast or slow, loud or soft. It can have different kinds of instruments and different kinds of voices. These are like CLUES for the Music Explorer. As you begin your music journey, look for the treasure chest icon to know which activities are super important to complete your journey into World Music. And, remember to always upload your responses into your Music folder ☺ First Step of the Journey ...🥾 Today we are learning about what makes this song different from other songs. You will be successful when you can: * listen carefully for HOW the song is being sung * listen for and find the tempo (speed) and the dynamics (loudness) of a song * listen for and find the repeated rhythm pattern in the song * clap the repeated pattern in the music I hear 1. Listen carefully to the song. ‘Listen carefully’ means to really focus using all your body - ears and eyes and hearts and minds. Listen again. 2. How is the song being sung? Is it loud or soft? Is it fast or slow? Can you hear the repeated rhythm pattern - ti ti ti ti taa Z? 3. Where do you think this song comes from? Why do you think that? 4. What do we call this kind of song? Where would it be sung? Tap add and then tap mic to record your answers to these questions. Tap check to upload your answers into your Seesaw Music folder. Have fun!

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Music
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