Presentation on theme: "General Music Day Ten. Bell Work How To 1. Always LABEL you bell work with the date. 2. You may use the same page for several of your bell works. 3. ALWAYS."— Presentation transcript:
Bell Work How To 1. Always LABEL you bell work with the date. 2. You may use the same page for several of your bell works. 3. ALWAYS use at least THREE complete sentences to answer the question. 4. Save your bell work for bell work check in’s. 5. If you miss class, you may go onto Mrs V’s website to get the missed bell work question. It is YOUR responsibility to get the bell work completed.
Bell Work #10 0 Explain how you would encourage a younger person to become interested in music. 0 Use Three Complete sentences.
Today I will learn: 0 I will apply my knowledge of music notation and demonstrate my knowledge through creation of a musical idea. 0 I will work in a team. 0 I will demonstrate I can count music.
Group Work 0 1. Join with your partner. 0 2. AT THE SAME TIME, count (out loud) and clap your rhythm. (2 times) 0 3. Mrs. V will combine you with your large group. 0 4. ALL TOGETHER: count (out loud) and clap your rhythm. (2 times) 0 5. Wait for further instruction.
Instruments 0 Each person must choose a different instrument– the exception is that two may be on snare drum. 0 1. Bass Drum 0 2. Snare Drum #1 0 3. Snare Drum #2 0 4. Conga 0 5. Bongo 0 6. Wood Blocks
Each Group @ Instruments 0 1. You have 5 minutes to: 0 A. practice your rhythm– make sure you are counting out loud! 0 B. Mrs. V will be listening to each of you and then to your group. 0 C. Do your best! 0 2. When you are done on instruments: 0 A. HAND IN: Music notation worksheet packet & drumming project worksheet.
Exit: 0 Q&A write one complete sentence to answer each question. 0 1. How do you think your drumming performance went? 0 2. What could you have done to improve your performance?