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- Are you looking for fun, Oktoberfest music activities that are school-appropriate and incorporate music reading? These NO-PREP lessons include a German folk song, student-friendly introductions to Oktoberfest, Bavarian castles, German counting, hand clap patterns, and a rhythmic ostinato pattern. *C$6.50$9.90Save $3.40
Are you looking for fun, Oktoberfest music activities that are school-appropriate and incorporate music reading? This NO-PREP lesson includes a German folk song, student-friendly introductions to Oktoberfest, Bavarian castles, German counting, hand clap patterns, and a rhythmic ostinato pattern.
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Don’t speak German? No problem. Two screencasts with pronunciation are included. Learning should be fun. Viel spaß! Let’s have some fun!
- Oktoberfest Music Activities with German Folk Song - PRIMARY EDITION
- Oktoberfest Music Activities with German Folk Song - INTERMEDIATE EDITION
Note: There is some repetition between these two lessons, thus the BIG discount for the bundle.
- Quarter notes, eighth notes, steady beat
- Texture: Ostinato pattern provided
- Chapter 1: Oktoberfest History & Traditions
- Chapter 2: German Counting, Singing & Hand Claps
- Chapter 3: Music to Read, Sing, & Play
- Chapter 4: Bavarian Kings & Castles
- Large easy-to-read music notation
- Student Learning Outcomes
- Simple, doable, observational assessment option with rubric
- Student Learning Targets written as clear, concise student-centered “I can” statements
- Practice reading music from rhythmic notation and on the staff
- Rhythmic ostinato pattern
- Two separate hand clap patterns
- German Folk Song, “Mein Hut” with German & English lyrics
- 14 Different slides describing Oktoberfest history & traditions including photos
- German Counting to 10
- Two separate screencasts to teach German lyrics & pronunciation
- Sheet music with simple piano accompaniment for teacher
Learning through play is important for young children. This lesson includes two separate hand clap patterns that are sure to become favorites.
The lessons in this easy-to-use 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.
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