Grade 2 Lesson 29 (updated)

In this lesson, you will:

  • #1 “Welcome to music”

  • Poison Melody drm patterns

  • Rhythm Playalong with Pantomime by Mozart

  • Learn about Mozart –  #33 Pantomime – ribbons

  • review #74 “Garbage” – optional illustrate little book

  • #77 “Recycle”

  • Create Earth Day sound poem

Objectives

  • I can sing and move to music
  • I can read and perform rhythms and melodies
  • I can create a sound poem

Teaching Procedure

1 Sing the Song "Welcome to Music!"

Sing along to "Welcome to Music!"

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2 Play Poison Melody with drm

- in Poison Melody echo every pattern, except the poison pattern

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3 Play along with "Pantomime" by Mozart

In-person divide the class into 2 groups, one with drums and one with sticks

Virtual: find something to use for sticks and play along with all the parts

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4 Move to the Music of Mozart

Find a scarf or a ribbon that you could move to the music.

Watch the video and copy the movements that Mrs. Gagne does.

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5 Learn About Mozart

Watch the video to learn about Mozart.

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Song Used: Recycle

6 Learn #77 "Recycle."

Read the Words to the song, "Recycle."

Think about what the song means.

What is the song about?

What kinds of things do you recycle?

Song Used: Recycle

7 Learn to sing "Recycle."

Listen to the song, "Recycle."

Play the video again, and sing along.

Can you create actions to go with the song?

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8 review #74 “Garbage”

- review the song

- can you create actions to go with the song?

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9 Optional: Illustrate a little book of the song "Garbage"

Optional - this is a good activity for in-person classes, that are not allowed to sing

10 If time permits - Create an Earth Day poem

Create a poem for Earth Day.

Then, choose instruments or found sounds to accompany the poem