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Exploring Elementary Music Classroom Activities in Elementary Schools (grades K-5) in Two Different Cultural Settings: Brazil and the United States by Claudia Liedke and Maritza Sadowsky ISME – Porto Alegre, Brazil, July 21, 2014
Exchange of Experiences Similarities Students learn by doing Teaching fundamental elements of music Foreign music Interdisciplinary Activities use speech, singing, movement, body percussion, instruments playing Develop listening, performing, creative musicianship skills Differences Socio-culture Language Assessment/Avaliacao
In this workshop we will explore: Singing Movement Listening Playing instruments
LESSON PLAN GREETING SONG WHAT Which concept we will learn in each activity? Exchange of Experiences. HOW Activities in English/US that can be done in Portuguese/Brazil Activities in Portuguese/Brazil that can be done in English/US Activities from Foreign Sources that can be done in the US and Brazil LISTENING (Comments) GOODBYE SONG
GREETING SONGS Hola Amigo! Hola amigo!Hello friend! ¿Como está usted?How are you? Estoy muy felizI am very happy de verlo a usted.to see you. Salude a su vecino.Greet your neighbor. Boogie para abajo.Boogie on down. Dése un topeGive a bump y de la vuelta.And turn around.
Other Greeting Songs: 1. “Hey, Hello, Bonjour, Gutten Tag!” 2. “Gilly, Gilly, Gilly, Good Morning!” 3. “Bonjour, mes amis, Bonjour!” 4. “Buenos dias!” (Using the French tune: “Frere Jacques”) 5. “Hello, There!” 6. “Jambo” (Swahili) 7. “Your Own!”
WHAT (which concept we will learn in the activity) BeatRhythm TempoDynamics FormMeter LoudnessHarmony MelodyTone color (timbre)
HOW Activities in English/US that can be done in /Brazil. 1. Acka Backa Acka backa soda cracker Acka backa boo. Acka backa soda cracker, Up goes you! Acka backa soda cracker, Acka backa boo! Acka backa soda cracker, out goes you!
1. Acka Backa Concepts: beat/pulso – circle passing a cushion ball or bean bag, or teacher walks around and taps a student on “Boo!” Dynamics, Form, Tempo Timbre (instruments) Variations: Speaking, whispering, shouting, thinking, improvised singing with babies – “… I love you!” – at the end with rhythm notationhttp://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Acka-Backa- Soda-Cracker-PPT http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Acka-Backa- Soda-Cracker-PPT with boomwhackershttp://www.musick8.com/html/ideadisplay.php?ibid=968http://www.musick8.com/html/ideadisplay.php?ibid=968
Activities in English that can be done in Portuguese 2. Jump Jim Joe Jump! Jump, Jim, Joe! Shake your head, nod your head, and tap your toes! Around, around, around we go, Then we choose another partner and we Jump, Jim, Joe!
2. Jump, Jim, Joe Concepts: beat rhythm movement dynamics
Activities in English that can be done in Portuguese “Alabama Girl” “Draw a Bucket of Water” “Father Abraham” “Miss Mary Mack” “Circle ‘Round the Zero” Partner Songs: – “Pick-a-Little / Good Night Ladies” Listening Maps: – “Country Garden” “Dry Bones” (with Boomwhackers)
Activities in English that can be done in Portuguese “Native American Songs” “Call & Response Songs” “Freeze Dance (with statues)” “Bow wow wow” “Cut the Cake” “Simon Says” “Mbobela” (same as“Acka Backa”) 1, 2, 3 Little Indians
Activities in English that can be done in Portuguese (with rhythm notation, Orff, movement) “Rain, Rain, go away” “Hot Cross Buns” “Epo I tai tai e” (Hawaii) “See, Saw” “Limbo Rock” “Double This” “Oh Well we walk” Materials: – Plastic Rhythm Manipulatives – Rhythm Chart – Body Percussion Chart (from “Gameplan” by Kriske & DeLelles) Vocal Contours (yarn, clowns, flying puppets, pipe cleaners, on cards, etc.) Sound Stories (Anansi the Spider, etc.)
Activities in Portuguese that can be done in English 3. Xique-xique (Relogio) Cade o meu relogio, que eu botei no chao? Fazer xique-xique com a palma da mao. Botei no ouvido para escutar Fazer xique-xique pra la e pra ca.
“Xique - Xique” Concepts: beat dynamics form tone color (timbre) exploration instruments (sand block, woodblock, tambourine, hand drum, conga drum, etc) use of different materials
Activities in Portuguese that can be done in English 4. Eh Marinheiro! E marinheiro, eu ia nao vou mais Voce diz que vai pra frente, marinheiro E torna a voltar pra tras Voce diz que vai pra frente, marinheiro E torna a voltar pra tras
Activities in Portuguese that can be done in English “Eh, Marinheiro” Concepts: beat sound x silence movement timbre
Activities in Portuguese that can be done in English “Little Train of the Caipira” “Sambalele” “Pezinho” “Na Bahia tem” “Cidade Maravilhosa” “Bao ba la lao” “A Linda Rosa Juvenil” “Na Loja do Mestre Andre”
Activities in Portuguese that can be done in English Fui a China (I went to China) Caranguejo (The Crab) O Jacaré foi passear lá na lagoa (The Alligator went for a walk in the lake) A Mare encheu, a mare baixou (High and Low tide) Cordless Phone Passar uma Flecha (Send the Arrow) Serra-serra serrador/To and fro/Asserin, asseran
Activities in Portuguese that can be done in English Musical Games (Jogos Musicais com Percussao Corporal e com instrumentos de percussao: percepcao de ritmo) Body Dance (O Corpo fala atraves da Danca) Dances (forro, frevo, catira, quadrilha) Sound and movement (Aliando som e movimento) Making Music and Playing Ball (Fazendo musica e jogando bola)
Activities in Portuguese that can be done in English Ritmos e Movimentos / Rhythmic and Movement Instrumento musical humano (Body Percussion) Composicao com nomes ou outros termos (Composing using names of people, animals, etc.) Paisagem sonora (Sound effects) Jogos Musicais: – “Baralho musical/music cards,” – “Notacao grafica/music notation,” – “Musica e Artes Visuais/interdisciplinary,”
Activities from Foreign Sources that can be done in English and Portuguese With Books: 5. “Trum e o Passaro Musical” by Elzbieta Concepts: Sound environment (Paisagem sonora) Instruments Other books: “Dona Baratinha” (by Ana Maria Machado) “Diapason” (by Laetitia Devernay) “The Water Hole” (by Graeme Base)
Activities from Foreign Sources that can be done in English and Portuguese 6. Seven Jumps (Danish) Concepts: rhythm form instruments movement different materials
Activities in a foreign language that can be done in English and Portuguese 7. Tumba (Israel) Use as Canon
Activities in other languages that can be done in English and Portuguese Songs: La Mar estava serena Sakura (Japan) Frere Jacques/Are you sleeping?/Buenos dias Songs with Movements: A tu ti ta Juanito La Vibora de la Mar La Tia Monica Macarena Math El Juego Chirimbolo (Ecuador) Cabeza, Ombro (Head, Shoulders) Kye Kye Kule (Africa) Un Elefante (sp.)/Elephant (fr.) “Overture from ‘William Tell’ by G. Rossini” (with plastic plates)
Activities in other languages that can be done in English and Portuguese Dances: Vaya Khadimba (Ghana) Hava Nagila (Israel) La Raspa (Mexico) Chicken Dance Nokken Dancer (Norway) “Sasha” (Russia)
GOODBYE SONGS 1. “It is time to say goodbye to our friends!” (Using the American tune: “She will be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes”) 2. “Adios, Adios, Adios es hora de terminar” (Using the tune from ‘La Raspa’) 3. “Your Own”