SONG CLIP #1 SONG CLIP #2 SONG CLIP #3 SONG CLIP #4 SONG CLIP #5
1. Listen the song in full.
2. As you are listening, reflect on these questions:
a. What do you hear?
b. How does the music sound?
c. How does this song make you feel? Why?
d. What is the mood?
e. Do you like this song? Why or why not?
VOCABULARY to use:
beat, rhythm, melody, harmony, timbre, form, texture, expression, dynamics, tempo, articulation, phrasing
Wednesday, 16 September 2015
Monday, 7 September 2015
|Setting up our music room in a universal design way.|
Welcome our Music Room Blog. At Stevenson-Britannia, we believe that all children can learn and we create spaces and places from them to do this. This summer I have been thinking alot about how to make our music room accessible for all my students in order to allow for self-monitoring, creativity, joy, wonder, choice, problem-solving, and critical-thinking to emerge.
|My summer river rafting tour in Banff National Park. Rain!|
I have been the music teacher at Stevenson-Britannia for 6 years and love teaching music to kids. We do ALOT of music things in our school and kids are giving many opportunities to play instruments and games, read, sing, move, create, memorize, listen, improvise, share, perform, respond and explore. My job is to facilitate students learning and give them tools and skills that can go with them for the rest of their lives.
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And let the show begin...