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K-12 MUSIC EDUCATION LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE Name: Josh Martzke School: Northview High School Grade/Class: Guitar Date: April 13, 2018 Learning Objectives What is the main focus of this lesson? The goal of this lesson is to get students to think creatively and begin developing their own musical ideas. Objective(s): Standard(s): - Students will be able to work in pairs and MU
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  K-12 MUSIC EDUCATION LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE    Name: Josh Martzke School: Northview High School Grade/Class: Guitar Date: April 13, 2018 Learning Objectives What is the main focus of this lesson? The goal of this lesson is to get students to think creatively and begin developing their own musical ideas. Objective(s): -Students will be able to work in pairs and develop a short composition -Students will be able to create a melody, sing/speak a poem, or create a rhythm using body  percussion while another student plays two chords. Standard(s): MU:Cr1.1.E.5a Compose and improvise melodic and rhythmic ideas or motives that reflect characteristic(s) of music or text(s) studied in rehearsal. MU:Pr6.1.E.5a Demonstrate attention to technical accuracy and expressive qualities in  prepared and improvised  performances of a varied repertoire of music. Essential Question or Big Idea: Thinking creatively Cornerstone Assessment: The pairs of students will perform for the group.  Materials & Technology Modifications Instructional Sequence (consider: engagement – development – closure) What is needed (e.g., additional instruments, recordings, piano/keyboard, whiteboard, tech cart)? Guitars Stands Technology to look up poems. Classroom set-up (e.g., rows of chairs, standing, sitting on floor, in sections): Spread out around the room.  Normal class set-up What related knowledge and skills do students already have that will ensure their success? Knowledge of chords and rhythms. What individual modifications do you anticipate having to make? Help students who aren’t sure how to create a melody or sing over the chords. Est. Time 5-10 min-Explain what is going on today. -The students will be getting into groups of two -One person will choose two chords and will be strumming those on the rhythm of their choice -The other person will either 1) create a melody and pick it on the guitar 2) find/create a poem and sing/chant it, 3) create a rhythm using body percussion -Choose either 3/4 time or 4/4 time -Mr. Wells and I will demonstrate a couple of examples: Mr. Wells will do poem and I will do body percussion. Assessment of understanding:  Reflection Est. Time 5-10 minStudents will practice their creations Assessment of understanding: I will walk around, listen, and help as needed. Est. Time 10-15 minStudents will share their creations Assessment of understanding: Listen to each groupWhat do you think went well?What changes would you like to make?What is next? Consider what you need to do now or how you might extend this lesson.
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