This is the third piece in the "Moving with Beethoven" series. This is geared toward beginning students who have been introduced to steady beat and need extra practice. This would also be great as a review of steady beat versus no steady beat with more experienced students. Same/different parts are also introduced in the lesson.
⚠️You'll need your own recording of Beethoven's 9th Symphony to use this resource. ⚠️
This resource is perfect for:
★ elementary music teachers
★ homeschool teachers
WHAT YOU'LL GET WITH YOUR DOWNLOAD
✺ Clickable table of contents
✺ 5 Slides that lead students through using body percussion and their own imagination to practice steady beat and differentiate steady beat from no steady beat
✺ Conducting slides in which students practice tapping hearts to the steady beat
✺ Movement practice slides in which students move around the room to "Ode to Joy"
✺ 11 Rhythm instrument slides to guide students in playing on the steady beat
✺ Sheet music for the theme "Ode to Joy"
✺ Printable stop and go signs to be used with the instrument activities
✺ Instructions for use
WHAT CUSTOMERS LOVE ABOUT THIS RESOURCE
"This lesson was so awesome. It covers so many different parts of the Teachers rubric for evaluation which is awesome! I did it for the first time yesterday and the fluidity of the lesson was perfect. Thank you so much!"
"Thank you so much for this. I am homeschooling my grandson and this is exactly the sort of thing I was looking for to work on learning music together with him."
"I used this with my unit about Beethoven. It was awesome for my little guys! I would highly recommend the whole set :)"
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