MELODY/HARMONY MEGA BUNDLE
The MELODY/HARMONY MEGA BUNDLE is a HUGE collection of 110+ pages of lessons, activities, and composition/group projects that will get your students excited to learn about melody and harmony! The bundle contains activities to help build music reading skills, aural skills, composition skills, students’ understanding of music theory, and much, much more!
The Bundle is comprised of 9 complete lessons to teach concepts of theory related to melody and harmony, harmonic function (with an emphasis on I, IV, and V chords), and several other concepts of music theory. The resource includes visuals for 16 different Melodies/Harmonies (grouped according to Harmonic function), as well as 16 ABA composition sheets that incorporate each Melody/Harmony. These resources can be used individually, whole class, or as MUSIC CENTERS. This is a great resource for any classroom!
Check out a sample from this bundle by clicking the link below:
MELODY AND HARMONY SAMPLE FREEBIE!
In the set, you will receive the following:
Over 110 Pages of Materials/Lessons!
Lesson 1: Melody
Lesson 2: Harmony
Lesson 3: Melody and Harmony (together)
Lesson 4: Naming the Pitches
Lesson 5: Tonic/Dominant in Different Keys
Lesson 6: Songs with I-I-V-I
Lesson 7: Songs with I-V-V-I
Lesson 8: Songs with I-I-V-V, I-I-V-I
Lesson 9: Songs with I-I-I-V, I-I-V-I
Visuals for all Songs Used
• Lyrics-Only Slides Included for All Songs
• Music Notation Slides Included for All Songs
ABA Composition Sheets Bundle
• Music Notation for All Songs - Using Chord Names
• Rhythmic Ostinato Compositions
• Note/Rest Visual Representations/Exploration
• ABA Composition Practice
Keywords: Music theory, creating, composing, composition, whole class instruction, music centers, technique, independence, independent, individual learning, differentiated learning, partner learning, music notation, music activity, instrument, keyboard, ukulele, songs, music lesson, creative, creativity, reading, singing, learning, playing
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