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A Detailed Lesson Plan in Arts 8


1. Identify the different instrumental and vocal music of Pakistan and Israel.
2. Create sculpture similar to the characteristics of Indian art through the use of a
3. Understand how art plays a significant role in the daily life and activities of the people.


SUBJECT MATTER : Periods of Indian Art and Candle Sculpture

: Music Grade 8 Learners Materials (Q3 and Q4)-Department of Education
: Laptop, Speaker, Video Clips, Keyboard, Banduria
SKILLS DEVELOPED: Listening, Leadership, Organizing Skills, Musical Analysis
: Participation, Being Responsible, Cooperation
: 1hour



Teachers Activity
A. Preliminary Activity

Students Activity

- Please stand up for our opening prayer.

- Greetings: Good morning/afternoon, class!
- How are you today?
- May I first check the attendance. Class
monitor, who is absent today?

-(one student will lead the prayer)

-Good morning/afternoon, Sir.
-Were fine!
- (The class monitor will tell who is absent)
There is no absent for the boys and girls.

B. Review

Who can give me a short recall about the

lesson last meeting?

The lesson was all about the vocal and

instrumental music of India.

Very Good! What are the characteristics of

Indian Traditional Music?

It is divided into two: Carnatic and Hindustani

music which have developed over many

What are some popular instruments of India

use in traditional music?

There are veena, mridangam, ghatam, table,

sitar and sarangi which are classified into five
such as ghan, avanaddh, sushir, tat and vitat.

What do you call the most important element

used in Indian Music?

Rhythm plays an importan role in Indian

Music.Tala is the common Indian system of

Very good. In addition, Indian Music is used

for its liturgical importance: sung to worship

their God.

C. Motivation

Now class, Let us watch this video

performance. (The teacher will play vocal
music of Israel)

(Students are listening and watching)

Did you enjoy watching?


What can you say to the video?

The girl performed beautifully. She is a singer

from Israel.

What do you think is the message of the


The message of the song is all about love.

Why do you say so?

Even though, she is singing in different

language, I can feel the emotion of the music.

Very Good! Music is our universal language.

Even though we have different races, we can
communicate to them through music.

Do you want to explore other music f our

adjacent countries?

Yes, Sir!

There are two vocal styles in singing: the

Ghazal and Qawwali.

Ghazal is a traditional expression of love,

separation and loneliness.
It is considered by many to be one of the
principal poetic forms in the Persian
civilization and can be sung both by men and

D. Lesson Proper

Very Good! After you listened to the music,

youve got the idea of our lesson today: The
Music of Pakistan and Israel.

We already know the characteristics of music

of South India. Today, we will identify the
instrumental and vocal music used by
countries in Central Asia and Western Asia.

Pakistan is a representative country in Central

Asia. Pakistan is known for its unique vocals.
What are the vocal music of Pakistan?

What are the characteristics of Ghazal?


Very Good! What is Qawwali?

Let us differentiate Ghazal from Qawwali.

(The teacher will play a video clip performing
Ghazal and Qawalli).

What do you observe?

Very good. We know that Pakistan music has

also different instruments used in singing.
What are some significant instruments used in
(The teacher will show the pictures of these

Like in Indian instruments, Pakistan also uses

Tabla in their music.

Now that you know the vocal and instrumental

music of Pakistan, Let us travel to the West
Asia. What is the distinctive characteristics of
Israel Music?

Israeli singers have two divisions of vocal

music. Vocal music are used both devotional
and secular. How will you differentiate them?
Let us go to the Instrumental music of Israel.
What are they?
Israel also uses Lute in their music similar to
the Philippine bandurria. Let us listen to one
music of Israel through the use of bandurria of
the Philippines. What do you observe?

E. Application

It is the devotional music of the Chishti order

It is a vibrant tradition that stretches back

more than 700 years

It is originally performed mainly at Sufi shrines

throughout the subcontinent and gained
mainstream popularity.

(Students are listening)

Ghazal is performed subjectively. It conveys

message to a loved one while Qawalli is a
music for their God. They are using
instruments while performing.

They are table, dholak, rubab and


Harmony is not emphasized but rather

includes tones and rigorous rhythmic
development. Unlike Pakistan and Indian
music, harmony is not important but rather the
melody is more emphasized.

Devotional music is almost entirely vocal

while in secular, instruments and voice are

They are Jewish Lyre, Psalterion and Shofar.

Asia is truly rich in its culture. I realized that

the Philippines has the connection to its
adjacent countries in terms of music and
culture. Eastern countries have the unique
characteristics of music to the Western

This time, we are going to have an activity.

But before that, what are the standards in
doing a group activity?

We are going to sing Zum Gali Gali. It is a

simple Israeli folk song and we will analyze
the characteristics of music. (The teacher will
sing first and the students will follow)

(The teacher will make variations of the soung

such as he will make the Zum Gali Gali a
round song)

(Class Performance)

Let us clap our hands.

This time, I will let you sing by group. I divided

you into four groups. This will be your
evaluation. I will give you rubrics in our group

How did you find the song?

Be responsible.
Participate actively.
Avoid unnecessary noise.
Time management.
Work as a group.

(Students are listening, singing and analyzing

the rhythmic pattern)

(Students will analyze its timbre, dynamics,

pitch, rhythm, form, texture, key, time
signature and key signature)

It is very beautiful and fun.

I hope you enjoyed the lesson. We are almost

done. Now its time to share what you have
Class, what have you learned in todays

It was all about Pakistan and Israel Music, the

music of Eastern and Western Asian

What are the vocal and instrumental music of

Pakistan and Israel?

The vocal music of Pakistan are Ghazal and

Qawwali. Instruments such as table, dholak,
rubab and harmonium are significant to them.
On the other hand, Israel music is used for

F. Generalization

both devotional and secular music. Examples

of their instruments are the JewishLyre,
Psalterion and Shofar.

Very Good. Each of the music of Asia is

connected to everyone. They share the same
cultures and traditions. For example, the
Philippines which has their lute is the same as
in Israel. In this scenario, these culture and
music must be preserved because this is our
foundation of peace and unity even if we differ
from tastes and races.

Is there any questions?

Your performance earlier serve as your quiz.






Needs Improvement



No rhythmic and melodic errors. All the elements of music are

observed correctly. All of the members of the group participate.
Consistent while learning and in performance.
No rhythmic errors; noticeable melodic errors. Most of the elements
of music are observed correctly. All of the members of the group
participate. Consistent while learning and in performance.
No rhythmic errors; noticeable melodic errors. Most of the elements
of music are observed correctly. Majority of the members of the group
participate. Consistent while learning and in performance.
With rhythmic errors; noticeable melodic errors. Most of the elements
of music are observed correctly. Some of the members of the group
participate. Consistent while learning and in performance.
With rhythmic errors; noticeable melodic errors. Most of the elements
of music are observed correctly. Few of the members of the group
participate. Inconsistent while learning and in performance.

1. Compare and contrast the characteristics of Indian Music, Pakistan Music and
Israel Music.

Prepared by:
Jose Z. Tria

Submitted to:
Mr. Jessielito I. Bautista
Cooperating Teacher

Mrs. Sarah S. Chiong

Head Teacher, MAPEH