Grade 2 Lesson 31 (a.4)

In this lesson, you will:

  • Sing and do actions to a fun song, “Oh, My Aunt Came Back.”
  • Read rhythms and solfa (d m s) for another action song, “Johnny One Hammer”
  • Create a new rhythm using the same rhythms as Johnny One Hammer

Supporting Resources

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Objectives

  • I can sing and move to a song
  • I can echo rhythms and melody
  • I can compose rhythm patterns

Teaching Procedure

Song Used: Johnny One Hammer

1 Play Poison Rhythm

Play Poison Rhythm.

You'll practice the rhythms that you'll use in the song, "Johnny One Hammer."

Song Used: Oh, My Aunt Came Back

2 Read the Words for the Song, "Oh, My Aunt Came Back."

Read the Words for the Song, "Oh, My Aunt Came Back."

Song Used: Oh, My Aunt Came Back

3 Listen and Sing the song, "Oh, My Aunt Came Back"

Listen to the song, "Oh, My Aunt Came Back"

Play the video again, and sing along

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Song Used: Oh, My Aunt Came Back

4 Sing and do the actions for the song, "Oh, My Aunt Came Back"

Watch the kids demo video. Sing along.

Sing and do the actions for the song, "Oh, My Aunt Came Back"

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Song Used: Johnny One Hammer

5 Read the Words for the Song, "Johnny One Hammer."

Read the Words for the Song, "Johnny One Hammer."

Song Used: Johnny One Hammer

6 Read the Rhythms for the song, "Johnny One Hammer"

Learn to read the rhythms for the song, "Johnny One Hammer"

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Song Used: Johnny One Hammer

7 Learn the Melody for the song "Johnny One Hammer"

Echo the melody.

Echo the solfa notes.

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Song Used: Johnny One Hammer

8 Sing the song "Johnny One Hammer"

Sing the song "Johnny One Hammer"

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Song Used: Johnny One Hammer

9 Learn the Movements the song "Johnny One Hammer"

Sing and do the movements for the song "Johnny One Hammer"

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10 Suggested Assessments

Assessment may not be required for your school or district.

Your teacher may ask you to email one of the suggested assessments.

11 Music IS Literacy

Parents, Teachers and Administration:

Music education is important for children.

Whether in class or at home, keep our children singing, playing, moving, listening and creating music!