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Lesson Plan

By Nuria, MPBI_17
Subject Class/Semester nth Meeting Time Allotted Standard of Competency : Music : Grade 8 / 1 : 2nd meeting : 25 minutes :
Performing on instruments, alone or with others, a simple repertoire* of music.
(*all the plays, songs, pieces of music, etc. That a performer knows and can perform)

Basic Competency

: - Playing natural notes on instruments (virtual angklung) : Students can play natural notes in simple songs using
musical instrument (virtual angklung)

Indicator

Learning Objectives Learning Materials Learning Method

: Students will learn to play natural notes in simple songs using


virtual or real musical instruments

: Virtual (digital) angklung, , a simple song music sheet, and slides for presenting virtual angklung : Presentation, discussion and demonstration

Teaching Learning Activities A. Pre-teaching (5 minutes) :

* Teacher shows picture of angklung and play the video of angklung concert and ask students to guess what song are being played.

B. Whilst-teaching (15 minutes) Exploration Teacher asks students to open virtual angklung on their computer Teacher explains how to play virtual angklung Teacher divides the students into groups and ask students to discuss with their friends how to play the notes of the given song (twinkle twinkle little star and Frere Jacques using virtual angklung on their computer 1

Elaboration The teacher asks students to demonstrate what they have understood by playing the song using the virtual angklung on their computer

Confirmation The teacher invites students in groups to play a simple song in front of the class using vrtual angklung

C. Post-teaching o /( 5 minutes)ng

The Teacher reviews the lesson by giving students questions orally. At the end, the teacher closes the lesson by asking the whole class to play a song together . Before saying good bye the teacher asks the students whether they like the activities or not.

Learning Media/Resources & References

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojPi_6O4rQw
http://www.musictechteacher.com/music_piano_practice/piano_lesson_twinkle.htm http://kreasi.sman5bdg.sch.id/ulikangklung/download/ulikangklung(latest).zip http://www.musictechteacher.com/music_piano_practice/piano_lesson_frere_jacques.htm http://indocultureday.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/A-BRIEF-GUIDE-TO-PLAYING-THE-ANGKLUNGdraft-2-pdf.pdf http://angklung-web-institute.com/content/view/247/95/lang,en/

Assessment: Performance Students are asked to perform a simple song using virtual angklung

Teaching Materials
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1. Theory: Previous lesson : about notes on treble clef and bass clef,

___________________________________________________________________ Todays focus: Playing natural notes ( notes without sharp # or flat b symbol )

The letters used in musical alphabet: A-B-C-D-E-F-G Those 7 letter names are also known as the NATURAL notes and they are
represented by the white keys on the keyboard of piano or organ.

sharp Flat

In Angklung: one piece of angklung represents one note At least there are two most-common way of playing angklung : to shake it and to hit it (play it uncontinuously or centok). In virtual angklung, ptess the key for a long time to play continuosly, and press shortly to play uncontinuosly)

Virtual angklung : Ulik Angklung Software On the computer :

On the compututer keyboard, put stickers

to mark the key with the notes as designed in the software to help students identify the notes/key easily

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This virtual angklung is played by pressing the 1 corresponding keys on the keyboards (one key (note) represents one instrument . 1 to play the given songs ( twinkle twinkle little star and Frere Jacquez ) Ask the students to explore the sound and try

2. Songs to discuss and practice: (distributed to the students)


Group A :

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star


By Mozart

Group B :

Frere Jacques

Frre Jacques, Frre Jacques, dormez-vous?

dormez-vous?

Sonnez les matines, sonnez les matines, Ding ding dong, ding ding dong

Sample : IF WE HOLD ON TOGETHER ( DIANA ROSS) - (play the bass only, following the video)

C C Don't lose your way , with each passing day C C F G You've come so far, Don't throw it away Am Em Am Em Live believing, Dreams are for weaving F C G Wonders are waiting to start Am Em Am Em Live your story, Faith, hope and glory F C G Hold to the truth in your heart

C C C

Em F G If we hold on together Em F G I know our dreams will never die Em F Dreams see us through to forever

(C2 C1 DE E C2 C1 DC C) Where clouds roll by, for you and I

C C C C Souls in the wind, Must learn how to bend C C F G Seek out a star, Hold on to the end Am Em Am Em ValleyMountain, There is a fountain F C G Washes our tears all away Am Em Am Em Words are swaying, Someone is praying F C G Please let us come home to stay

C C C

Em F G If we hold on together Em F G I know our dreams will never die Em F Dreams see us through to forever

(C2 C1 C1 C2 B2 C1) As high as souls can fly (C1 C2 B2 C1) The clouds roll by (C1 C2 B2 For you and C2) I

Note: Teacher also may ask students to prepare their favorite songs at home (before the class) 6

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Evaluation Sheet

LESSON PLAN EVALUATION FORM


Name : NRP : Topic : Music (Playing natural notes) Practice Teaching No:

No.
1 2 3 4

Components
Basic Competence Formulation Achievement Indicators Formulation Material Development Teaching-Learning Activities Plan: a. Pre-Instructional Activities b. Whilst-Instructional Activities c. Assessment

Max. Score
5 20 20

Score

10 25 10 10

Post-Instructional Activities Plan (concluding remarks & leave-taking plan)

Total Score
Surabaya, 3 July 2013 Lecturer,

TEACHING PRACTICE - OBSERVATION FORM


Odd/Even Semester, 2012 / 2013

Name NRP

: :

Topic

: Music (Playing natural notes)

Practice Teaching No:

A. Basic Teaching Skills


No Components Knowledge of teaching materials 1 Indicators: The candidate: a) did not give misconception/wrong concept in her/his explanation, b) was not dependent on books/notes Candidates performance 2 Indicators: The candidate: a) was neat in appearance b) was nice and friendly, but wise and full of authority Classroom management 3 Indicators: The candidate: a) was efficient in time management b) was able to manage enjoyable classroom situation English language used 4 Indicators: The candidate: a) b) used standard spoken English in teaching used standard written English in teaching Total Score of A 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 Score Comments

B. Opening
No Triggering activities 5 Indicators: The candidate: a) was enthusiastic b) used interesting media to open the lesson Students motivation 6 Indicators: The candidate: a) could arouse students curiosity b) could make use of real situation / topic students were interested in References 7 Indicators: The candidate: a) b) stated the basic competence(s)/achievement indicators provided guides for students activities Total Score of B 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 Components Score Comments

C. Core Activities
No Components Explanation of learning materials Indicators 8 The candidate: a) b) used simple and clear English explained rules/concepts in a logical interesting sequence that was easy for the students to understand Time management Indicators 9 The candidate: a) spent more time to explain more difficult part of the material b) gave enough time for the students to do the exercises and discuss the students work 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 Score Comments

Examples/illustration Indicators 10 The candidate: a) b) gave enough examples/illustration made use of the appropriate/real context in giving examples/illustration Voice, eye contact and gesture Indicators 11 The candidate: a) b) spoke loud enough and in an appropriate rhythm used sympathetic gesture and eye contact stressed on controlling interaction between the teacher and the students Student-teacher interaction 12 Indicators The candidate could manage a) teacher-student interaction well b) teacher-students interaction well Media/teaching aids used 13 Indicators The candidate: a) showed her/his creativity in using teaching aids b) made use of the teaching aids in a practical and efficient way Assessment 14 Indicators The candidate a) b) developed assessment relevant to achievement indicators assessed students achievement at the end of the lesson Total Score of C 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

D. Questioning Skills
No Components Characteristics of candidates questions 15 Indicators The candidate gave: a) b) clear questions simple, realistic questions which are relevant to topics of discussion 1 2 3 4 5 Score Comments

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Questioning techniques Indicators 16 The candidate gave questions: a) which forced students to go deeper into the understanding of the materials b) which encouraged students critical thinking Usefulness of the questions 17 Indicators The candidate: a) b) gave appraisal to students answers gave turns to different students Total Score of D 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

E. Closing
Review 18 Indicators The candidate: a) showed the link between the introduction and the teaching materials clearly b) gave a summary of the lesson either orally or written Encouragement 19 Indicators The candidate: a) could encourage the students to learn more b) showed the students other learning materials Feedback 20 Indicators The candidate: a) gave questions to the students to check students achievement b) gave a chance to the students to reflect their own achievement Total Score 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

Total Score: A + B + C + D + E =
Surabaya, . Lecturer/Peer-Observer,

(..)

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Scoring Guide:
Score 1 2 3 4 5 Interpretation Two indicators were not present One indicator was observed but was not optimal One indicator was present and optimal Two indicators were observed but were not optimal Two indicators were observed and were optimal

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