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Kindergarten Lessons

Teacher Name: Melanie Chambers


Kindergarten Lessons
Lesson 19: Use movement to demonstrate understanding of steady beat
Lesson 20 : Introduction to tempo -- fast and slow
Lesson 21 : Introduction to high and low pitches
Songs: Skiddamarink, You Are My Sunshine, Charlie Over the Ocean, Magic Shoes,
Hey Diddle Diddle, Open Shut Them, A Ram Sam Sam, February!, Pages Train, RubA-Dub-Dub, Wheels on the Bus, Grandmas Glasses, High/Low Song, Im A
Superhero
Key Vocabulary: fast, slow, high, low
This unit of lessons will address the following NJCCCS standards for the arts.
Standard 1.1 The Creative Process: All students will demonstrate an understanding of the elements
and principles that govern the creation of works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art. (NAEP
Arts process of creating)

Students will identify steady beat


Students will identify changes in tempo in a piece of music
Students will identify differences in pitch

Standard 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and
influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.(NAEP Arts process of creating)

Students will perform traditional folk songs


Students will make connections between music and literature
Students will analyze important musical literature

Standard 1.3 Performing: All students will synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are
appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual
art. ( NAEP Arts process of performing/interpreting.)

Students will perform movements according to steady beat


Students will perform movements representative of various tempos
Students will perform movements representative of various pitches
Standard 1.4 Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies All students will demonstrate and apply
an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre,
and visual art. (NAEP Arts process of responding.)

Students will develop sensitivity through movement


Students will express how music makes them feel when presented in
different forms using relevant musical vocabulary
Students will make connections between musical elements and the
bodys natural responses
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.K.2
Confirm understanding of a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media by
asking and answering questions about key details and requesting clarification if something is not
understood.
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.K.6 : Speak audibly and express thoughts, feelings, and ideas clearly.
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.K.10: Actively engage in group reading activities with purpose and
understanding.

Kindergarten Lessons
Resources/ Materials: John Jacobson CD, Quaver, Kin Eagle book, Youtube
Assessment
X Student work/performance
X Teacher Observation
Handouts/worksheets
X Group/self critique

K Lesson # 19

What overarching understandings are


desired?
Music is something we can perform together or
alone.
Music can sound like many different things.
Music produces a variety of emotional responses.

Activity
Hello song/attendance

Essential
Questions:
How do we use
music to work
together and
develop good
learning habits?
Materials

Vocal Warm Up(3 min)

(engage vocal muscles used to


sing, establish healthful singing
habits)

Song Fragments (5 min)

(opportunity for successful


independent singing)

Simple Songs (5-10 min)

(successful independent
singing / exploration of
traditional vocal literature)

Skiddamarink
Students join in I love you with hand
motions
Students will perform individually
You Are My Sunshine

February!

(develop body coordination,

Students will move according to


instructions in song

Finger play/Action
songs/Circle Games (5
min)

(experience musical form


through organized movement)

Traditional

Students will learn by rote

Movement
Exploration(5-10 min)
expressive sensitivity)

Traditional

Charlie Over the Ocean


-Students learn song by echo singing
-Students will form a circle and listen to
instructions for how to play game
-Students will play using independent
singing

CD

Feirerabend

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Beat
Motions/Instruments
(5-8 min)

(rhythmic development)
SongTales (5-8 min)
(Encourage musical
fluency, expressiveness,
listening)
Closing

K Lesson # 20

Magic Shoes
-Students learn by echo singing
-Students move to steady beat
Kin Eagle

Unit 4 Lesson 1

Hey Diddle
Diddle

Goodbye Song Line Up

What overarching understandings are


desired?
Music is something we can perform together or
alone.
Music can sound like many different things.
Music produces a variety of emotional responses.

Activity
Hello song/attendance

Essential
Questions:
How do we use
music to work
together and
develop good
learning habits?
Materials

Vocal Warm Up(3 min)

(engage vocal muscles used to


sing, establish healthful singing
habits)

Song Fragments (5 min)

(opportunity for successful


independent singing)

Open Shut Them


Exposure to fast/slow

Simple Songs (5-10 min)

(successful independent
singing / exploration of
traditional vocal literature)

Movement
Exploration(5-10 min)

(develop body coordination,

Traditional
Traditional

A Ram Sam Sam

February!

John Jacobson
CD

expressive sensitivity)

Finger play/Action
songs/Circle Games (5
min)

(experience musical form

Choo Choo Train

Quaver Class
Play

Fast/Slow Room Game

through organized movement)

Beat
Motions/Instruments
(5-8 min)

(rhythmic development)
SongTales (5-8 min)
(Encourage musical
fluency, expressiveness,
listening)

Pages Train
Distinct movements to
separate fast/slow

Quaver Class
Play

Kin Eagle

Rub-A-Dub-Dub

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Closing

K Lesson # 21

Goodbye Song Line Up

What overarching understandings are


desired?

Essential
Questions:

Music is something we can perform together or


alone.
Music can sound like many different things.
Music produces a variety of emotional responses.

How do we use
music to work
together and
develop good
learning habits?
Materials

Activity
Vocal Warm Up(3 min)

(engage vocal muscles used to

Hello song/attendance

sing, establish healthful singing


habits)

Song Fragments (5 min)

Wheels on the Bus

Traditional

Movement
Exploration(5-10 min)

February!

iTunes

(develop body coordination,

Rhapsody in Blue
Guided movement based
on pitch

Youtube

(opportunity for successful


independent singing)

expressive sensitivity)

Quaver
Im A Superhero
Finger play/Action
songs/Circle Games (5
min)

Grandmas Glasses

Traditional

High/Low Song
Pat beat, clap on ta rest

Plank Road Youtube

Duet for Flute and Piccolo

Quaver Video
Episode Songs

(experience musical form


through organized movement)
Beat
Motions/Instruments
(5-8 min)

(rhythmic development)
SongTales (5-8 min)
(Encourage musical
fluency, expressiveness,
listening)
Closing

Goodbye Song Line Up