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Grade 2-3: Lesson #12

SUBJECT TEACHER GRADE DATE

General Music Mr. Pascual 2nd 3rd March 29, 2017

TEACHER GUIDE

MATERIALS Sheet Music


o Pease Porridge Hot

PROCEDURES I. Welcome to Music


II. Pitch Matching: Greeting and Getting Acquainted
a. Teach greeting to students.
III. New Song: Ickle Ockle
a. STARTING PITCH: B4
b. Teach song by rote.
c. Sing with steady beat.
d. Sing with rhythm. (Clap every word)
IV. Solfege and Hand Signs
a. Sing different combinations of Mi Re Do and have students echo.
b. Finish off with some rhythms/melody from the Pease Porridge
Hot to serve as an introduction to the song.
V. New Song: Pease Porridge Hot
a. STARTING PITCH: F#4
b. Teach song by rote.
c. Can you hear the Mi Re- Do?
VI. 2,4,6,8 (Make a circle or go outside if there isnt enough space)
a. Sing song and make a circle
VII. Familiar Game Song: Charlie Over the Ocean (Game Song)
a. STARTING PITCH: G4
b. Review song.
i. Repeat a few times with different sea animals.
c. Once the students can sing the song alone, teach the game:
i. Have students form a circle. They should be sitting.
ii. One student will walk around the circle leading the song.
(demonstrate) Make sure that each student leader uses
his/her own name instead of Charlie.
iii. When they finish singing the song, the student leader will
choose one student. That student will stand up and chase
the leader around the circle and try to catch him/her
before they make it back to the students spot and sit
down in it.
iv. Repeat many times.
VIII. Sing Goodbye

OBJECTIVES To practice pitch matching skills

To engage with music through movement

To distinguish beat vs. rhythm


TEACHER GUIDE

To practice singing in solfege and using the Kerwin Hand Signs

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CLASS GO?