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- Are you looking for Kodály songs with Orff accompaniments to teach Do, Re, Mi, So? Do you need both ICONIC and STANDARD notation? This BUNDLE is the perfect answer with DIFFERENTIATED music activities for varied abilities and multiple grade levels. Your students will be actively engaged reading, sin$15.50$19.75Save $4.25
Are you looking for a Do, Re, Mi, So Kodály song with Orff accompaniments? Do you need both ICONIC and STANDARD notation? Who's That? is the perfect song with differentiated activities for varied abilities and multiple grade levels. Your students will be actively engaged reading, singing, moving, and playing.
**Click the preview button above to get a better look at this helpful resource. LISTEN to the musical Orff arrangement in the video preview above.
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- Rhythm: Quarter note, eighth notes, half notes
- Pitches: Do, Re, Mi, So
- Recorder Treble Clef Pitches: G, A, B, D
**See preview for additional music elements included in differentiated Orff patterns.
- Two rhythmic ostinato patterns
- Two melodic ostinato patterns
- Recorder notation
- Iconic and standard notation are included in this resource.
- Orff accompaniments of varying degrees of difficulty are provided.
- Three differentiated versions of recorder notation are included for students needing additional support - all note prompts, note change prompts only, no prompts.
**Slides may be printed for individual students needing additional support.
- Student Learning Outcomes
- Learning Targets written as clear concise student-centered “I can” statements
- A simple, doable, observational assessment option with rubric
- Iconic and standard notation
- Large easy-to-read music notation
- Two piano scores provided (key of F, key of G)
- Ensemble score (key of G)
- Resource includes built-in student response throughout lessons
- Guided instruction teaching Do, Re, Mi, So on the staff while integrating solfege and hand signs
- Xylophone templates for "air play" practice
- Printable “Take it Home” pages which may also be used as assessments
- An editable slide with border for customization of lessons if desired
- A slide which may be printed as a poster to display in classroom
Key changes are presented in a simple, easy-to-understand manner making the concept commonplace. This prepares students to read music in any key. Information is presented “just-in-time” in order to focus student attention.
The lessons in this easy-to-use Music Literacy Series do not dictate the use of one specific rhythm syllable system. You may use any rhythm reading system with these lessons, Kodály, French Time, Gordon, Takadimi, or Numerical.
Learning through play is important, even for upper elementary children. This lesson includes a simple, no-prep game.
“Take it Home” pages help build advocacy for your program when administrators, parents, and other teachers see growing music literacy levels.
If you are looking for more NO-PREP music reading lessons using ICONIC and STANDARD music notation, don't miss the helpful resources below.
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- Music Reading Activity BUNDLE - Do, Mi, So, La
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