IZT2-Learning Theories-Lesson plan1-Sarah Smith - GENERAL INFORMATION Lesson Title Subject(s Muncha Muncha Muncha Music Topic or Unit of Study Rhythm

IZT2-Learning Theories-Lesson plan1-Sarah Smith - GENERAL...

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GENERAL INFORMATION Lesson Title & Subject(s): Muncha Muncha Muncha, Music Topic or Unit of Study: Rhythm Grade/Level: 2nd Grade Instructional Setting: The instructional setting is a 2nd Grade General Music Classroom of 23 students. There are 13 girls and 10 boys in this class. The students sit on the floor in rows of 6 students. My classroom is a very large room with carpeted floor. I have many brightly colored music displays on the walls so make the room more welcoming for the students due to the large size of the room. My room is also contains a variety of instruments that the students use throughout the year. STANDARDS AND OBJECTIVES Your State Core Curriculum/Student Achievement Standard(s): Second Grade: Standard: 1. Expression of Music 1. Expressively perform simple songs in small groups or independently Lesson Objective(s): Students will accurately perform their group’s assigned rhythm using a teacher assigned non-pitched instrument during the reading of the Muncha Muncha Muncha book. Students will correctly identify the musical notes that make up two given rhythms from the story Muncha Muncha Muncha. MATERIALS AND RESOURCES Instructional Materials: Muncha Muncha Muncha by Candace Fleming Rhythm Cards 4-6 pairs of Claves for a group 4-6 pairs of Maracas for a group
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4-6 Triangles for a group 4-6 Hand Drums for a group
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