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What did we learn? Would you rather write lyrics over and over again or define a chorus? Use your knowledge of your classroom to decide if you want to discuss these as a class, in groups, or with an elbow partner.
Assessment 5 min Hand out the assessment worksheet and allow students to complete the activity independently after the instructions have been well explained.
This should feel familiar, thanks to the previous activities. Extended Learning Use these activities to enhance student learning. They can be used as outside of class activities or other enrichment.
Create Your Song Start by creating a chorus together, then repeat it between verses of a song that you develop around it. Make a change to the chorus, and ponder how much easier it is to change in just one place.
Change the chorus again, making it much longer than it was originally. Add a second chorus and alternate between them in your verses. Songwriting a Program What if we acted out songs instead of singing them?
All of a sudden, our chorus would be a function of repeated actions, rather than words. Use the concepts of the arrows from the Graph Paper Programming lesson and create a program with lots of repeating instructions.
Circle those repeating actions so that the class can see where they are. Define a function called "Chorus" above the program. Cross out everywhere the repeating actions appear in the program and write "Chorus" instead.
Repeat until the class can go through this process with little direction. Functional Suncatchers Functional Suncatchers This activity shows functions from a different perspective. Once those skills are defined, they will be called from a main program and the whole beautiful process of creation will be recorded on a single sheet of paper.
Connections and Background Information 1 a - Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes.
The Texarkana Gazette is the premier source for local news and sports in Texarkana and the surrounding Arklatex areas. Students explore rap and hip hop music. In this music and culture lesson plan, students experience the music of Will Smith in order to work on language and communication skills such as rhyming words, writing, and public speaking. Lesson Plan Teaching Poetry Through Rap Students connect the structural similarities of poetry and rap music through rhythm, simile, and metaphor, as well as through thematic similarities, such as .
Construct a program as a set of step-by-step instructions to be acted out. Use the basic steps in algorithmic problem solving to design solutions.
Describe and analyze a sequence of instructions being followed. Represent data in a variety of ways: Use visual representations of problem states, structures, and data. Use abstraction to decompose a problem into sub-problems. Explain how sequence, selection, iteration, and recursion are building blocks of algorithms.
Examine connections between elements of mathematics and computer science including binary numbers, logic, sets, and functions. Generate and compare multiple possible solutions to a problem based on how well each is likely to meet the criteria and constraints of the problem.
Common Core Mathematical Practices 1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.Title - Write a Rap SongBy - Bob Urbani Grade: Raps are talk songs. They are not sung; they are spoken. They have a very heavy beat and a lot of rhyme.
Using Rhythm Instruments to Tell a Story. This lesson plan is designed to teach students the concept of rhythm in a song, by listening to music and playing instruments to represent actions.
This is an integrated skills lesson focusing primarily on developing creative writing skills. The aim is to collaboratively write and perform a ‘rap’ song built up from a single phoneme.
Rap My Name [Free Music Tech Lesson Plan] | Midnight Music. Free Music Technology Lesson Plans This is the first of a new ongoing series of more “formal” lesson plans that suggest simple ways to incorporate technology into music lessons.
Recognizing and distinguishing vowels from consonants is an important step in the development of reading and writing skills since all words and all syllables in words contain at least one vowel.
Students write a rap song with &couplets.; students examine how raps are talk songs. They are spoken, not sung and have a heavy beat and a lot of rhyme. There might be original music, "scratching," and parts of other peoples' songs.