Sight-reading Teacher Resources
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Music Tutor (Sight Reading Improver)
Elegant in its simplicity, this app accomplishes precisely what it sets out to do: improving the user's sight reading of musical notes. Taking the concept of flashcards to the next level, the designers also add in the element of sound so...
1st - Higher Ed Visual & Performing Arts
SIGHT READING RHYTHM PATTERNS
The perception of rhythms by reading and the ability to auditorily discriminate these rhythm patterns by listening to them performed by the teacher is practiced here. your learners will work to create an eight-beat long rhythm pattern.
1st - 2nd Visual & Performing Arts
Keyboard and the Grand Staff
Students explore the treble and bass staffs, naming the lines, spaces, and locating middle C. Individually, students complete a word game and then compare their answers with a partner. They sight-read the grand staff and explore ways...
6th - 8th Visual & Performing Arts
The American Five - Pentatonic scales in early American melodies
Through vocal warm-ups and exercises, budding musicians will attempt to grasp the five pentatonic scales, commonly used in early American songs. They'll sing and work to identify the pitch, tone, melody, and scales being expressed in the...
9th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
Musical Sleuth: Musical Manuscript
Seventh graders explore an original musical manuscript. In this music lesson plan students look at an original musical manuscript and analyze the notation system that the composer used. The students also transcribe part of the manuscript...
7th Visual & Performing Arts
Admirable Armonica Admirers
What do Ben Franklin and Wolfgang Mozart have in common? Find out about the musical invention, the armonica or glassy-chord. Learners will read about how Ben Franklin invented this new instrument and how Wolfgang Mozart came to play it....
1st - 6th Visual & Performing Arts