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My students are eager readers. They are excited to make connections between sound and sight in a meaningful way. Welcome to the Music Class "Let's Read!" Challenge weaves reading into singing, moving, chanting, improvising, and audiating. It is an original song my students love to music with!
~PowerPoint (40 pages)
~Detailed Teaching Suggestions (8 pages)
~Separate PDF of Melody With Words
~PDF of Chord Roots With Chord Functions.
The PowerPoint features melody, chord roots, macro/micro rhythm patterns (quarter notes and eighth note pairs), macro/micro and rests rhythm patterns (quarter notes, eighth note pairs, quarter rests), and four variations of melodic rhythm, incorporating macro/micro and rests rhythm patterns over the chord changes.
Let's Read! is inspired and guided by the sequential approach to literacy as described in Music Learning Theory by Dr. Edwin Gordon.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you! ~Natasha
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