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Unformatted text preview: I thought that the way Mrs. Circle went to the 1 st grade class to play the piano was a pretty cool deal. When the article started to talk about doing rhythm, and clapping and dancing, I really began to put that into place with what we did in class on Friday. I also remembered my grade school days of clapping rhythm in music class, but I also remembered just getting the music books and singing out of them. I felt bad for Mrs. Circle when the school was all spaced out because of a condemned school building, but I was very happy to hear that she stayed as positive as she could. I was also happy to read that the school built a large enough vocal room for her needs, and Im glad that they saw it her way. In a way she reminded me of my grade school teacher, we would often times get to play instruments such as the sand boards (boards with sand paper on them and slide them together) the triangle, and the finger symbols....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course MUSIC 140 taught by Professor Medford during the Spring '06 term at Pittsburg State Uiversity.
- Spring '06