Presentation on theme: "WeekLearning ObjectiveLesson OutcomeTeaching ActivitiesSupportExtensionResources One – A Magic Identify how music can be used descriptively Recognise."— Presentation transcript:
WeekLearning ObjectiveLesson OutcomeTeaching ActivitiesSupportExtensionResources One – A Magic Identify how music can be used descriptively Recognise how musical elements are used to describe descriptive sounds Teach the class the Spooky Spinney rhyme / Row your Boat song,getting them to explore how to make a variety of different sounds on their instrument. Use descriptive language too. encourage those who are less confident to show their sounds after you have demonstrated or with others in a group Ask the children to describe the scene they are tring to recreate in their imagination Spooky Spinney and Row your Boat TwoHow to use Musical elements to describe animals. How to create movement through the sounds you have made. Recognise how musical elements are used and combined to describe different animals Using the rhyme Busy Bee, ask the children to perform it on their instrument. Then talk about adding in other percussion instruments to create the sound of the animal in the rhyme. Discuss and create movement to the choosen animal. Encourage those who are less confident to play the Busy Bee rhyme first, then being shown the movement to copy and join with. Ask the children to create a further rhyme on B note once the whole class rhyme is finished. Using a different animal. Busy Bee / crafty cat ThreeHow to use movement to describe different animals. How to match sounds and movement descriptivly. Explore and choose different movements to describe animals Extendting the rhymes from last week, ask the class to create a new one based on the note A. Once they can play it. Discuss and share ideas about what movements could be used. Add in any percussion instruments suggested by the class. Encourage those less confident to plefrom the rhyme first and to perform the movements with a more confident partner Ask the children to create a further rhyme on A note once the whole class rhyme is finished. Using a different animal, and add their own animal movements. Composed literation rhyme.
UNIT 8 Matilda Barlow Ami Bentley Rebecca Binfield Blossom Burgess Jake Church Furness Emma Cresswell Romeyo De Santis Jack Denham Edward Desert Zakeri Dobson Millie Marks Maddison Neil Tia Patel Sophia Philo Nayana Piesco-Gerrish Sing songs from memory accurate pitch Good aural memory Participate in singing for short periods Needed support to sustain longer aural phrases Sing as a leader alone or call and response Recall long aural phrases. UNIT 9 Hear different musical elements, combine sound and movement Recognise a few musical elements, combine sounds and music Work in small groups to add layers of sounds Work in small groups to extend their piece with several layers of sound
Where to find the resources…… pages.bloomsbury.com/musicexpress This is where to find the planning for all EYFS, KS1, and KS2. Success criteria – I will post a copy for KS2 on the music service website to download……if requested! Template for planning - I will post a copy on the music service website to download…….if requested!