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Emily Doherty

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Major or Minor?

1. Tap the add button. 2. Choose the drawing tool. 3. Listen to the music the teacher plays and circle either major or minor for each question. 4. Tap the check button twice.

3rd Grade, Music
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This is an adapted version of Assessment 4 from the 3rd Grade Gameplan curriculum book. Play a musical example (piano, recorder, recordings) illustrating one of the tonalities. Students circle either "Major" or "minor" in each example. Here are a few examples you may choose to use: (From the Gameplan book): 1. Burn Little Candles, p. 49 (m) 2. When the Saints To Marching In, p. 64 (M) 3. Old Brass Wagon, p. 70 (M) 4. I'm Gonna Sing, p. 72 (m) 5. Love Somebody, p. 77 (M) 6. Rocky Mountain, p. 84 (M) 7. Captain, Don't Side Track Your Train, p. 89 (m) 8. Sweet Dreams, p. 95 (m) 9. Do-Re-Mi-Fa, p. 96 (M) 10. Scotland's Burning, p. 107 (M) Other examples: 1. Danse Macabre (m) 2. Twelfth Street Rag (M) 3. Jazz Pizzicato (M) 4. Aquarium (from Carnival of the Animals) (m)