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This collection of Instruments of the Orchestra lessons and worksheets has been created with the Middle School and General Music student in mind. It has a focus on the Elements of Music Listening Analysis, Paragraph Writing and the use of the Super Six Strategies.
Included in this resource are
- TWO versions – one printable and one classroom/display
- Lessons on each orchestra family – String, Woodwind, Brass and Percussion
- Labeling Activities for each instrument family and several other solo instruments
- Spelling words, definition match-it cards, vocabulary activity
- Super Six Comprehension Strategies- Making Connections, Monitoring, Predicting, Questioning, Summarizing and Visualizing
- Elements of Music Listening Questions, with links to suggested music
- TWO different versions of Elements of Music Paragraph Writing Templates – P.E.E.L. and T.X.X.X.C
- Mini Version of Make an Instrument Project
- Suggested performance pieces with links
- BONUS Extension Activities
This unit of work is a great way to get your students understanding and appreciating where the music they listen to has its origins. Your students will enjoy the variety of music embedded in the unit – both listening to it and having the opportunity to perform it on the instruments available to them in your classroom.
When I teach this unit, I use the Make an Instrument Project as a fun assignment. See below for the link to this resource.
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