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Music: Music of Cordillera Competencies: Module in MAPEH GRADE 7 Quarter: First 1. Analyzes an example of Philippine folk music from the music from the highlands and lowlands of Luzon and describe how the musical elements are used. 2. Explains the distinguishing characteristics of representative Philippine folk music from the highlands and lowlands of Luzon, in relation to history and culture of the area. 3. Analyzes the relationship of functions of Philippine music from the highlands and lowlands of Luzon, to the lives of the people. 4. Sing accurately representative folksongs from the highlands and lowlands of Luzon, alone and/or with others. 5. Performs on available instruments music from the highlands and lowlands of Luzon alone and/or with others. 6. Improvise simple rhythmic/harmonic accompaniments to selected Philippine folk music from the highlands and lowlands of Luzon. 7. Explores ways of producing sounds on a variety of sources that would emulate the instruments being studied. 8. Evaluates music and performances applying knowledge of music elements and style. Activity 1: KWL (Known Want and Learned) Instruction: Allow the students to fill in each column about their knowledge about the music of Cordillera. KNOWN WANT LEARNED Activity 2: Music analysis (Hudhud/any Cordillera Song) Instruction: Let the students listen to the Hudhud/any Cordillera music and let them describe the following by checking: Time Signature Dynamics Timbre Pitch Form 2 4 3 4 4 4 A. Dynamics sof moderate loud B. tempo fast (allegro) moderate (moderato) slow (lento) light bright dark high low neutral strophic binary Ternary Rondo b. How do you feel after hearing the hudhud? . Activity 3: Vocal Singing with improvised musical instruments of Cordillera in the lowlands I nstruction: Students will be grouped and present to the class any Hudhud or any Cordillera song. Each group will be required to use improvised instruments as accompaniment. Rubric title: Rubric for vocal singing with improvised musical instruments. Target Intelligence: Musical Performance Task: Each student will sing ”Hudhud or any Cordillera song”. 1
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Objective: Sing the song following the given criteria below. CRITERIA 25 Very Good 15 Good 5 Poor RATING Mastery Able to perform all the listed skills. Perform only some of the listed skills. Unable to perform majority of the listed skills. Vocal Quality Sung the song with exemplary vocals, proper breathing, and with perfect pitch. Sung the song with good vocals, some inconsistency in breathing, and with only few error in pitch. Sung the song with very poor vocals, no technique in breathing, and with erroneous pitch. Improvised instruments Improvised instruments used near to the original. Improvised instruments used were almost the same to the original.
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