Are you looking for a fun way to celebrate Black History Month? Check out this fun listening glyphs! They are a great way to celebrate the music of African-Americans during January or any time of the year!
A glyph is a representation of data in picture form. In these worksheets, students are asked to color different parts of the picture depending on what they are hearing from the music.
These glyphs are designed with specific pieces in mind. There are a variety of levels included, each with 3-4 things to listen for, including fast/slow, loud/soft, staccato/legato, various instruments, etc. Unfortunately, due to copyright laws, the music is not included.
Glyphs for the following songs:
"Climb Every Mountain" sung by Audra McDonald
"Count on Me" by Bruno Mars
"Happy" by Pharrell Williams
"I Will Always Love You" sung by Whitney Houston
"Man in the Mirror" by Michael Jackson
"Old Man River" sung by Simon Estes
"One Love" by Bob Marley
"The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin
"This Little Light of Mine" sung by Odetta
"When the Saints Go Marching In" performed by Louis Armstrong