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Name: Brittany Santos Grade: K

Musical Focus: concepts/skills to emphasize

Date: Week 4B Title: Carnival of the Animals (Lion & Fish) + At the Bottom of the Sea
Anticipatory Set: Set: (1 min)
Show a picture of a lion. What animal is this? What do you know about him? What does he look like? Act like? Eat?

Playing instruments Singing Melody Rhythm Expressive Qualities

Form Harmony Creating Movement

Materials Materials: Carnival of the Animals storybook. Picture of a lion.

Sequence: Sequence Royal March of the Lion (7 min) Listen/watch movie Read from storybook If the lion is royal the king of everything how might he move? Practice/march/strut/rigid movement to the music remind of steady beat. Have students follow movement on main part of music Marching right and left for 8 counts. Holding hands and moving in and out of circle on glissando Etc. Aquarium - Carnival of the Animals Animals (7 min) Listen/watch movie Read from storybook What are some words that we would use to describe how a fish moves? Why? What does it feel like to move as if you are underwater? Experiment with suggestions/movement Play music try to put some of those words into actions At the Bottom of the Sea (10 min) Learn notes echo line by line All kids start by sitting on the ground, acting as seaweed. Game: Leader (fish) starts walking to the beat , sings: At the bottom of the sea All the fish are swimming Here and there and everywhere h,[students name] we love you. Leader picks a student ,faces, them while saying last line That person becomes the leader, human chain continues Walk, sing, select a new person, until everyone is part of the chain. (Keep this in a circle to avoid chaos)

National Standard(s) Addressed: Singing, alone & with others, a varied repertoire of music Performing on instruments, alone & with others, a varied repertoire of music Improvising melodies, variations and accompaniments Composing & arranging music within specific guidelines Reading and notating music Listening to, analyzing, and describing music Evaluating music & music performances Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, & disciplines outside the arts Understanding music in relation to history and culture

Objectives: Objectives Learners will Be able to (behavioral): -Compare music that is steady/rigid with music that is flowing/free. -Define and demonstrate tempo. -Define and demonstrate steady beat. Understand (cognitive): The connection between familiar animals and qualities of movement/music. Encounter (experiential): -Melody, lyrics and rhythm to 2 new songs -Moving expressively to music.

Closing Activity/Consolidation: Activity/Consolidation (5 min) Questions: How does a fish move? Show me. How does a lion move? Show me. How are these movements different? What did you hear in the music? Demonstrate a steady beat/ask questions about steady beat.

Assessment: Assessment
Written Individual Group Informal Performance Other:

Notes/Extension: Notes/Extension: Blackbirds (5 min) Teach song echo and repeat Teach hand movements fingers (Similar to Where is Thumpkin?)