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Teresa Fraraccio

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World Music - Indian Music

https://clickv.ie/w/Liho Good morning, Music Explorers! Over the past few weeks, we have learnt about World Music in Aboriginal Australia and also Japan. Today we travel to India to learn about it's unique instruments and sounds. Will spirituality and language have an important part to play in it's music? Is there just one kind of Indian music or are there many? Has it changed over the years? INSTRUCTIONS 1. Tap and watch the video carefully, answering the quiz questions along the way. 2. Tap and write your score 3. Tap and write 5 important features of Indian music you learnt today 4. Tap and write what made you curious today. What would you like to know more about in Indian music? Adjusted Learning Students with special needs can focus on watching the video and answering the quiz. Record your score. Extension learning Students who enjoy a challenge can explore listening to music by Ravi Shankar or learning some Bollywood dance moves. What surprised you most about what you learnt? Video or audio tape the results of your learning. REMEMBER to always ask your parent or carer's permission before researching using the internet and ask them to be present in the room. (NOTE: Spotify and Apple itunes have music by Ravi Shankar). Have fun exploring Indian music today! !Success looks like: * I can demonstrate an ability to carefully watch and listen for important information about a new style of music. * I can remember 5 key features of a new style of music * I can identify new information and talk about its impact on my learning * I can reflect on my learning and begin to consider similarities and differences between the range of music I know

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