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Need a fun way to engage and assess what your students hear as you study about (and play) musical examples by the composer, Camille Saint-Saens? Use these listening glyphs with Saint-Saens on them to assess what your students hear. This resource comes with several song titles for you to choose from: “Intro and Royal March of the Lion” from Carnival of the Animals, “The Elephant” from Carnival of the Animals, Dance Macabre, Maestoso-Allegro (2nd Movement) from Symphony No. 3 “Organ,” and the aria, "Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix" from his opera, Samson and Delilah.
Each song comes with at least 5 pre-designed listening glyphs. The variances allow for different combinations of elements in each song and for the various age levels you may teach. An editable version in PowerPoint is also provided so you can tailor the elements to your own needs!:)
Make these glyphs part of a listening station, homework, or as a whole class activity.
Saint-Saens is a great composer - he was born in October and he died in December... ❤