Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura

Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
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Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakuraplay
Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement | Sakura
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Do you need a beautiful, lyrical Music Reading Song with Orff Arrangement and differentiated music reading activities for grades 2-5? Are you looking for a simple foreign language song? Your students will love Sakura and these performance activities while being actively engaged reading rhythm and treble clef note names.

**Click the preview button above to get a better look at this helpful resource. The preview includes a chart with the music elements included in this lesson.

**Click “Play" to listen to the attainable, beautiful Orff arrangement in the video preview above.

Differentiated Instrumental Accompaniments Included

  • Wind chimes and triangle
  • Two melodic percussion patterns

Also Included in this Helpful Lesson

  • Student learning outcomes in easy to understand "I can" statements
  • A simple, doable, observational assessment option with rubric
  • Japanese pronunciation tips
  • Large easy–to-read music notation
  • Percussion ensemble score
  • Simple piano accompaniment
  • Rhythm review
  • Guided instruction teaching and learning ostinato patterns
  • Built-in student response throughout lesson
  • An editable slide with border for customization of lesson if desired
  • A slide which may be printed as a poster to display in classroom

Differentiation will be easy with ostinato patterns of varying difficulties included in this lesson. Music is notated with and without note name prompts to provide for additional differentiation.

Not Rhythm Syllable Specific: The lessons in this Music Literacy Series do not dictate the use of one specific rhythm syllable system. You may use any rhythm reading system with these lessons, Kodály, French Time, Gordon, Takadimi, or Numerical.

If you are looking for more music reading lessons using iconic and standard music notation, you may be interested in the lessons below.

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Thank you and be sure to let me know if have any questions.

Auf Wiedersehen!

TerriLloyd@FrauMusik.com

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