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Students decide on favorite classroom songs to include in a book of sing-along song lyrics. In this book-making lesson, students cooperatively decide on their favorite songs from the year. They then work on illustrations that represent their chosen songs. The teacher copies and binds books for all class families, and the class plans and puts on a family sing-along program.
Scientific exploration often starts with a big question. The big question learners are going to explore is: "Do both male and female crickets chirp?" The class will pose and test a hypothesis based on the singing habits of these insects and habitat changes that occur during the experiment. The lesson comes in two parts, and includes a well-constructed materials list and a pre-activity worksheet.
Learners choose favorite songs, create a songbook, and have a sing-along with family members at an end-of-year celebration. For this music and rhythm lesson plan, students create and illustrate the song book their family members will use when they attend the class celebration. Family members can create rhythm instruments to use at the celebration as well.
Singing in a round can be a lot of fun and apparently conveys the concept of musical phrasing and melody. Budding musicians sing three South African songs as rounds. They discuss cultural diversity and musical concepts such as timbre, color, and rhythm.
Learn about rounding by reciting songs alongside classmates, discovering the difference between singing together and singing in canon. In this musical lesson plan, learners discover what a "round" is and the melodic effect it can have on a piece of music.
Music composition can be easy with a little software assistance. The class uses Garageband to listen to, write, sing, and record a blues song. They listen to the song provided through the software, write their own lyrics to the song, then sing and record their updated version. A homework handout is included.
Students sing and read the old favorite song Wheels on the Bus, and write new song text for a poster and a class book.
Students demonstrate writing lyrics for a twelve-bar blues pattern by writing two verses of a blues song and then recording themselves singing over a stock blues pattern using Apple's Garage Band. Requires a networked keyboard lab.
What's the connection between singing and a state quarter? Creative thinking and observation, perhaps. Pupils will observe and take note of all the characteristics found on the Tennessee state quarter. They will then use their observations to write a song describing the coin. All necessary worksheets and procedures are included.
Students sing and participate in doing a melodic and rhythmic activity to be introduced to their teacher and each other.
Students sing a song performing rhythms accurately with a steady beat, pitches accurately with excellent intonation, and a clear, focused tone in this music lesson plan for the high school Choir class. The lesson plan includes grading rubric.
Keeping a steady beat, singing soft, loud, and in unison - sounds like music class to me! First graders practice these skills while listening to the song, "I Mailed Myself to You" for Valentine's Day. This is a simple and age appropriate music lesson perfect any time of the year. Music and lyrics are not included.
Pupils practice sight-singing skills in this Choral instructional activity for the High School mixed-choir. Emphasis is placed on State and National Standards in the Arts and the song "Dirait-on", a piece by Morten Lauridson, based on the French poetry of Rilke.
Pupils sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of patriotic music, including "America" and "The Star Spangled Banner," to sing expressively with appropriate dynamics, phrasing, and interpretation.
First graders get ready for Halloween while engaging in a spirited sing-along. They sing the song "Halloween" along with the teacher as they clap to keep rhythm with the music. Note: This song or song lyrics are not included. 
In this songs worksheet, 3rd graders sing 3 popular songs. Students sing This Little Light of Mine, Polly Wolly Doodle, He's Got the Whole and World in His Hands.
Students investigate climate change. They read and listen to an environmental song or a song about change or taking action. Students write, sing, and record their own song about climate change.
Students sing and chant various songs keeping a steady beat, or pulse, while performing as a group in this early-elementary level General Music lesson plan. Emphasis is placed on the use of Solfege syllables and the song "Singin' In The Rain".
Young scholars research world culture by collaborating on a performance with their class. In this harmony lesson plan, students practice using singing techniques to accompany the voices of their classmates and create melodies from a list of different songs. Young scholars read music books and listen to sample songs from around the globe before performing their own versions.
Students engage in a variety of vocal technique activities designed to teach them how to properly make sounds, and sing with vocal control.

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