Amanda Gorman's book, "Change Sings", inspired this new 3-part round song that uses an African proverb to begin the journey of a call to action to be the change in the world. Perfect for music, character ed, SEL.
This resource includes:
- a 50-slide PPT presentation utilizing ukulele, Orff, and Kodaly
- embedded audio files to break down the learning and as performance aids
- PDF files of all the music notation
- The Song-a beautiful 3-part round that can be sung effectively with 2 parts
- Ukulele-Chords needed are C, F, Dm, and G7
- Orff-The arrangement is for drums, triangle, and xylophones with many options for substitutions.
- Kodaly-reinforcing d-m-s, d-r-m, d'-t-l, and s-m-l
- with Orff arrangement
- with ukulele
- with piano accompaniment (PDF file)
- with audio performance file (in PPT)
- find a combination of the above to fit YOUR classes
Because of the many audio files, it is
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