Need a fun way to engage and assess what your students hear as you study about (and play) musical examples from Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons? Use these listening glyphs with a seasonal picture on it to assess what your students hear. Play a recording (not included) and have your students follow the color code key to assess what they hear. Items assessed in this set include:
Summer (Movements 1-3)
♬ strings vs no strings
♬ brass vs no brass
♬ percussion vs no percussion
♬ singing vs no singing, vocals vs no vocals
♬ high sounds vs high & low sounds
♬ only slow vs slow & fast, tempo stays the same vs tempo changes, mostly fast vs mostly slow, allegro vs adagio
♬ soft only vs soft & loud, dynamics stay the same vs dynamics change, mostly soft vs mostly loud
♬ sounds more sad vs sounds more happy, makes me want to run vs makes me sleepy, sounds more sad vs sounds more scary or exciting.
Make these glyphs part of a listening station, homework, or as a whole class activity.
Other Four Seasons Listening Glyph products:
Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons (Autumn) Listening Glyphs
Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons (Spring) Listening Glyphs
Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons (Winter) Listening Glyphs
Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons Listening Glyphs (BUNDLE)