I know you’re looking for the PERFECT set to review quarter note and eighth note, while reinforcing the melodic call: so, mi, & la! I bet you also already use Lucy Locket in your classroom. It’s a favorite singing game for ALL grade levels…
Well wow-ee, check it out!!
This set has absolutely everything you need to review those concepts with your students, ensuring that they use their best critical thinking skills! This digital file has all the pacing and scaffolding you need to get your students on track to master some basic rhythmic and melodic reading skills.
**How this Set Works**
Included for your convenience are both a powerpoint slideshow, as well as a pdf file so you can choose whichever format is most accessible for your classroom technology. Project the slides and let the pacing take you through the perfect practice lesson segment!
The slideshow takes you and your students through these carefully scaffolded steps:
-singing the folk song
-keeping a steady beat
-clapping the rhythm
-saying the rhythm syllable names (no particular system is used, insert your own!)
-showing the melodic contour phrase by phrase (it stays hidden in the first slide so you can have your students problem solve before checking their answer)
-a review of so, mi, & la with hand signs
-transferring the melodic contour to solfege on the staff
-singing the entire song on solfege names from stick notation
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