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During this class, students will practice creating rhythmic patterns using words associated with spring. Examples of words could be "sunglasses", "beach", "ice cream", etc. Students will work together to sort the words by the number of sounds/syllables. Students will then work together with the teacher and each other to create 4-beat rhythms and 8-beat rhythms, as time allows. The words and syllables will mostly match quarter notes, eighth-note pairs, sixteenth note groupings and sixteenth...
Students will count syllables in words. Students will incorporate steady beat. Students will learn to use words in place of rhythmic notation. Students will create and practice rhythms.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Amber H., Music Ed., M. Ed Special Ed.
Former Music Teacher and Special Educator turned Online Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
42 total reviews
102 completed classes
Hi, I am teacher Amber, and I am so happy to meet you. I am a certified music teacher (K-12) and special educator. I taught music full time for six years as a brick and mortar teacher in a public elementary school, as well as a non-public school...