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Rebecca Hoare March 20th, 2013 Name:________________________________ Date:____________________

1st Vivaldi Four Seasons Grade:__________ Title:_________________________________________

Musical Focus : concepts/skills to emphasize Playing instruments Timbre Singing Harmony Melody Creating Rhythm Movement Expressive Qualities Form

Preparation: (link to prior knowledge or jump start)

Time

Style

Musical Objective: To have students experience listening to a great classical work and make their own musical story
Process & Personalization: (teaching sequence & student participation)

Materials:
Vivaldi and the Invisible Orchestra by Costanza Lives of the Musicians by Hewitt The recording of Vivaldi's Four Seasons popsicle sticks stick puppets figure pictures to color

Have students gather around and read them the story of Vivaldi and the Invisible Orchestra (have the music in the background to make the story and so that they can associate the composer with the piece) Then have them listen to parts of each piece of the work and have them draw which season they think the music represents (Have some students share their thoughts and why they choose to draw what they drew) Tell the students that it is now Spring, but which season comes before spring. With puppets show your story about winter and have them watch and then play spring and have them think about a spring story that they can show With multiple copies of the stick puppets have groups of students create their own version of a spring story and have them act it out for the class with the music in the background, students can also color pictures to enhance their stories (have the music playing in the background as they are creating their stories) (assessment: while the students are performing their stories see if they have contrasting parts that go with the music)
Perform: (consolidation of lesson)

National Standard(s) Addressed:

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Singing, alone & with others, a varied repertoire of music Performing on instruments, alone & with others, a varied repertoire of music Improvising melodies, variations and accompaniments Composing & arranging music within specific guidelines Reading and notating music Listening to, analyzing, and describing music Evaluating music & music performances Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, & disciplines outside the arts Understanding music in relation to history and culture

Learning Styles: I II Why What

III How

IV If

Objectives: Learners will


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Be able to (behavioral): Understand (cognitive): Encounter (experiential): Change/add value (critical):

distinguish between the seasons


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Assessment: While students are performing their stories see if they have contrasting parts that go with the music.

That music can tell a story w/out words


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listening to a great work

Assessment:
s Written Individual Group s Informal Performance Other:

Notes/Extension:
NJ Core Curricular Standards Met: 1.3.P.B.4 Listen to, imitate, and improvise sounds, patterns or songs 1.3.P.B.5 Participate in and listen to music from a variety of cultures and times