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1. What music element are you going to choose by chance (random): pitch, rhythm, or both? 2. What tool or tools did you use to choose this (these) elements randomly? 3. List the steps you took to determine your music element(s). 4. Who are your group members? 5. What will it take to have successful group interaction? List or draw the pitches or rhythms you chose randomly. You may also use video through your journal or take a picture of what you have. This is important so you can keep track of what you did for the next step. Suggestion: Use a pentatonic scale: It is easier to create an accompaniment for it later. Sample: C, D, E, G, A OR G, A, B, D, E 6. List any other thoughts or questions you might have.

South Point Elementary Music Washington Mo

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Chance Music, Step One

1. Form your groups and wait for my approval for the groups. 2. Decide your chance elements. Are you going to pick rhythms by chance, pitches, or both? 3. How are you going to pick your random music elements? If you use dice, for instance, which dots represent which pitches or rhythms? Are you using numbers? If so, what do they represent? 4. Decide this and click add. Answer the questions in the template. 5. Don't save yet. Go ahead and take turns using your chance tool of choice. 6. In the notes, write down either the pitches or rhythm patterns you chose. You may also add a drawing and draw the rhythm patterns. Also, list the steps you took to make your decisions on how to pick these elements. 7. Make sure you list all your group members. 8. Finally, make sure you answer the questions about what is needed for good group work. Understand: I AM NOT ALLOWING GROUP CHANGES unless I make that decision.

6th Grade, Music
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