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Danielle St.

Amand
February 1, 2017

Kindergarten General Music

Objectives:
1. Students will be able to distinguish between singing and speaking voice.
2. Students will be able to identify the difference between high and low.
3. Students will be able to produce a high voice and a low voice.
4. Students will be able to perform a ta-rest rest ostinato.
5. Students will be able to perform a ti-ti-ta ostinato.

Materials:
Songs: All Gods Critters
Snail, Snail
Skits: Big Pig
Stories: Three Little Pigs

Procedure:
Prepare: Sol-Mi
Present: ------
Practice: High-Low, Ostinato
1. Teacher will open the class by singing All Gods Critters with students and discussing
what a critter is.
2. Teacher will speak the words to Big Pig, asking students to identify who had a high voice
and who had a low voice.
3. Students will be given an opportunity to act out Big Pig.
4. The teacher will tell the story of The Three Little Pigs, asking students to identify who
had a high voice and who had a low voice.
5. Teacher will introduce another game that is about another critter: Snail, Snail.
6. Teacher will teach the song Snail, Snail.
7. Teacher will have students form a standing circle in the back of the room.
8. Teacher will teach students how to play the game that goes with the song.
9. Teacher will present a ta-rest ostinato to students.
10. Students will sing the song with the ostinato.
11. Students will be given the opportunity to perform the ostinato for the class.
12. Teacher will present a ti-ti-ta ostinato to the students.
13. Students will sing the song with the new ostinato.
14. Students will be given the opportunity to perform the ostinato for the class.
Assessment:
1. Teacher will listen have students sing a song. (group assessment)
2. Teacher will ask students to identify a high voice and a low voice. (individual
assessment)
3. Teacher will have students act out Big Pig to produce a high voice and a low voice.
(individual assessment)
4. Teacher will visually observe each student as he/she performs a ta-rest ostinato with a
group. (individual assessment)
5. Teacher will ask students to individually perform a ta-rest ostinato for the class.
(individual assessment)
6. Teacher will visually observe each student as he/she performs a ti-ti-ta ostinato with a
group. (individual assessment)
7. Teacher will ask students to individually perform a ti-ti-ta ostinato for the class.
(individual assessment)

National Core Arts Standards Addressed:


MU:Cr1.1.Ka With guidance, explore and experience music concepts (such as beat and melodic
contour).
MU:Pr4.1.Ka With guidance, demonstrate and state personal interest in varied musical selections.
MU:Pr4.2.Ka With guidance, explore and demonstrate awareness of music contrasts (such as high/low,
loud/soft, same/different) in a variety of music selected for performance
MU:Pr4.3.Ka With guidance, demonstrate awareness of expressive qualities (such as voice quality,
dynamics, and tempo) that support the creators expressive intent.
MU:Pr5.1.Ka With guidance, apply personal, teacher, and peer feedback to refine performances.
MU:Pr6.1.Ka With guidance, perform music with expression.
MU:Pr6.1.Kb Perform appropriately for the audience.
MU:Re7.2.Ka With guidance, demonstrate how a specific music concept (such as beat or melodic
direction) is used in music.
MU:Cn10.0.Ka Demonstrate how interests, knowledge, and skills relate to personal choices and intent
when creating, performing, and responding to music.