Teach a Song - Lesson Assignment#3 MUS 266E Edwards During...

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Lesson Assignment #3 MUS 266E Edwards During our two week field experience, our host teacher allowed my co-teacher and I to teach her morning and afternoon classes a song for our lesson assignment three. We both decided that it would be fun to teach the Octopus song that we learned from some of our classmates. Amanda and I were placed at Sharonville Elementary School and both the morning and afternoon class had twenty children. Both classes were extremely diverse with many English Language Learners in each. About half of each class was Hispanic, but there were also children from Africa, India, China, and Russia. First, we sat the children in a group on the rug and to get them interested we asked if they knew what animals lived in the ocean. Some children gave crazy answers such as an elephant and a dog. Most were able to name a couple of ocean animals though. Once that was finished, we taught them the motions that go with the song (fish- hands together doing a swimming motion, octopus- waving arms, and shark- make hands into fin above
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