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Mr. Telfer

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ML02 Dynamics v3 - Music Literacy

Dynamics tell the performer how loudly or softly to perform the music. The terms are in the Italian language. 👀 Watch the video 📼so you understand what dynamics are and how to complete the activity. ⏰ Estimated time to complete the activity, including the video, 4-8 min. 1. Watch the video instructions. 2. Click or tap the add button. 3. Look over the Dynamics poster carefully. 4. Use your move tool to DRAG the Italian and English Boxes on the RIGHT to the correct spot on the chart. 5. Go to page 2 and answer the feedback questions. 6. Tap or click the check when finished.

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Music
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Modified 9/232020 added voice instructions Modfied 5/4 /2020 updated the template to provide more help (using colors). The colors have no educational purpose, but I wanted to find another way to help students be successful and I matched the colors in the chart to the matching. I also added a help video and feedback page. Students don't always make it easy to figure out where the lines connect so I changed the activity so they drag boxes to match with the symbol. 5/7/2020 Updated feedback page to include question if they watched the video. Wisconsin WMEA Music Standard: MU:Pr4.2.6b: PERFORMING > COMMON ANCHOR #4: Analyze, interpret, and select artistic work for presentation. > ANALYZE: Analyze the structure and context of varied musical works and their implications for performance. > When analyzing selected music, read and identify by name or function standard symbols for rhythm, pitch, articulation, and dynamics. (CA10) COMMON ANCHOR #10 - Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences to make art. Exhibit music literacy by speaking and writing about music