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Teresa Fraraccio

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Exploring World Music - Japan

Learning Intention: Today we are learning - What makes Japanese music different from other music? I will be successful when * I can listen carefully and name the main instruments used in Japanese traditional music * I can talk about how Japanese music is different to other forms of music such as, Australian Aboriginal music. * I can explain why a 3 part structure is important in Japanese music Instructions 1. Watch the video on Clickview https://clickv.ie/w/FDZn 2. Answer the quiz questions along the way 3. Tap mic and name some of the instruments used in traditional Japanese music. 4. Tap mic and explain why Japanese music has a 3 part structure. EXTENSION: 5. Tap mic and describe how Japanese music is different to Australian aboriginal music. 6. Tap add and upload your response to your activity page. ADJUSTED LEARNING Choose one of the questions above and record your answer on the activity page. REFLECTION How can I use my learning from today? Could I explain what I now know to someone else?

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Music
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