Identifying Major, Minor, Dominant 7, and Augmented 6 Chords
Eleventh graders engage in a lesson plan that is concerned with the concept of deciphering major, minor, dominant 7, and augmented through participating in listening exercises. Then students use the knowledge of cords to create their own music.
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