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1 By: Tai Kimmerly

2 Instructions Read the slides and answer the questions that follow. If you answer correctly, you will advance to the next question or new subject matter. If you answer incorrectly, you will be taken back to the slide with the correct information.

3 Note Names and Values There are three basic notes that you need to know. They are…

4 The Whole Note The whole note is held for four steady beats. When you start playing, count to four in your head Or, you can say “super long note.” SU-PER-LONG-NOTE Practice clapping or playing a whole note.

5 The Half Note The half note is held for two steady beats. When you start playing, count to two in your head. 1-2 Or, you can say “long note.” LONG-NOTE Practice clapping or playing a half note.

6 The Quarter Note The quarter note is held for one steady beat. When you start playing, count to one in your head. 1 Or, you can say “short.” SHORT Practice clapping or playing a quarter note.

7 Trivia time! Based on the previous slides, answer the following questions:

8 What kind of note is this? Half note Whole note Quarter note Full note

9 Correct! This is a whole note! How many beats does it get?

10 Right again! Next Question

11 Sorry! That is not correct. Please go back and find the correct answer! Help!

12 Whole Note This note is held for four steady beats. When you start playing, count to four in your head Or, you can say “super long note.” SU-PER-LONG-NOTE Practice clapping or playing a whole note. Try the question again!

13 What kind of note is this? Half note Whole note Quarter note Full note

14 Correct! This is a half note! How many beats does it get?

15 Right again! Next Question

16 Sorry! That is not correct. Please go back and find the correct answer! Help!

17 Half Note This note is held for two steady beats. When you start playing, count to two in your head. 1-2 Or, you can say “long note.” LONG-NOTE Practice clapping or playing a half note. Try the question again!

18 What kind of note is this? Half note Whole note Quarter note Full note

19 Correct! This is a quarter note! How many beats does it get?

20 Right again! Next Question

21 Sorry! That is not correct. Please go back and find the correct answer! Help!

22 Quarter Note This note is held for one steady beat. When you start playing, count to one in your head. 1 Or, you can say “short.” SHORT Practice clapping or playing a quarter note. Try the question again!

23 Play this! Now that you have answered all of the questions correctly, let’s see if you can play those notes on an instrument! You may choose a drum, sticks, or you can clap your hands. Try it first before you listen! (Click the speaker to hear how it should sound.)

24 Congratulations! You have answered all of the questions correctly! Please raise your hand so the teacher knows you are finished. You will either move on to a new station, or to another StAIR like this one.


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