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1. Science – The Five Senses Brittany N. Procopio Megan Mecleary Courtney Knauer Seana Miller MDA 240: Section 2 Grade 1: 20 minutes 2. Academic Subject Objectives : -The student will be able to identify 5 different senses. -The student will be able to use all five senses to make observations of the world. 3. Academic Subject Vocabulary: 1.) Hear : the sense through which a human or animal is aware of sound; the ability to hear using the ears. 2.) Touch : to put your hand, fingers, etc. on someone or something; to be in contact with something; to change or move; perceive through the tactile sense 3.) See : the sense through which a person or animal becomes aware of light, color, etc., by using the eyes; the ability to have sight. 4.Art National Standards (Music, Dance, & Visual Art): 1.) Music…#8: Understanding relationships between music and the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts. 1.a) Music…#6d: Students identify sounds of a variety of instruments, including many orchestra and band instruments, and instruments from various cultures, as well as children’s voices and male and female adult voices. 1.b.) Music…#1e: Students sing in groups, blending vocal timbres, matching dynamic levels, and responding to the cues of the conductor. 2.) Dance…#7 Making connections between dance and other disciplines 3.) Visual Art…#6.b Students will be able to identify connections between the visual arts and other disciplines in the curriculum. 5.) Art Elements and/or Principles (specific to music): 1.) Timbre : When instruments have different sounds, and we know this by the sounds because of its quality. In the lesson, this musical element will be used because I will explain to the children how we hear the instrument. I will tell the children that without the instruments timbre, we would not know what instrument it was if we closed our eyes. 2.) Intensity : Volume of the music/instrument (how loud of soft) In the lesson, this musical element will be incorporated because each of the instruments being used has a different intensity. I will explain to the class that this is what makes instruments sound so different. Some instruments have a low intensity (soft) and some have very high intensity (loud). 3.) Duration : Short or long length of resonating sound of instrument In the lesson, this musical element will be used because the students will be able to see the difference of duration each time an instrument is played. I will ask
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questions to the class about the length of each sound and explain that this element of music is called “duration”.
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  • Brittany N. Procopio, Courtney Knauer

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