Author:
Jakenya Gartrell
Subject:
Music
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Level:
Lower Primary, Upper Primary
Grade:
K, 1, 2, 3, 4
Tags:
  • EmergingCRT
  • Forest
  • Movements
  • Music
  • NCDLS
  • emergingcrt
  • License:
    Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Audio, Interactive

    Education Standards

    Music Lesson - Listen to the Forest

    Music Lesson - Listen to the Forest

    Overview

    The students will create with the teacher body percussion to Frederic Chopin - Mysterious Forest and Tchaikovsky - The Forest Of Fir Trees In Winter. They will chose their own piece of music and create own movements. 

     

    Introduction

    The students will recognize different between two forest music.

    The students will create with the teacher body percussion to Frederic Chopin - Mysterious Forest and Tchaikovsky - The Forest Of Fir Trees In Winter. They will chose their own piece of music and create own movements.

    Listen to the Mysterious Forest by Frederic Chopin and create movements

    The students can use same movements in both piece of music. Then they will recognize that music is different. The forest by Chopin is different from the forest by Tchaikovsky. 

     

     

    Listen:

    The students can use different movements:

    • Hands up and frees ( tree)
    • Hands down and frees (tree)
    • Hands up and down (tree branches)
    • Draw rainbow from left to right (trees)
    • Hands up and shake (trees)
    • Hands down and shake (trees)

    Listen The Forest Of Fir Trees In Winter by Tchaikovsky

    1. The students can use different movements:

    • Hands up and frees ( tree)
    • Hands down and frees (tree)
    • Hands up and down (tree branches)
    • Draw rainbow from left to right (trees)
    • Hands up and shake (trees)
    • Hands down and shake (trees)

    The students can fit in different group: individual, small group, and whole class

    2. The students will recognize different style of music, form, and dynamic.

    Listen:

    The students can use different movements:

    • Hands up and frees ( tree)
    • Hands down and frees (tree)
    • Hands up and down (tree branches)
    • Draw rainbow from left to right (trees)
    • Hands up and shake (trees)
    • Hands down and shake (trees)

     

    Your own Forest

    1. The teacher will play the following pieces:

     

    BIRD SONG OPERA  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMXD4h5w8D8

    Georgy Sviridov - Waltz "Snowstorm"  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98jIKcAM7S0

    Greig - Morning from Peer Grynt - Best-of Classical Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgbVlfWRkHk

    Antonio Vivaldi - Winter (Full) - The Four Seasons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZCfydWF48c

     

    2. The students will pick up favorite piece of music and then they will create their own movement and perform a forest.

    3. The students will have all links of pieces of music and then they will chose their favorite piece of music. 

    1. Ther students listen different pieces of music about forest. They will choose their favorite piece of music.

    BIRD SONG OPERA  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMXD4h5w8D8

    Georgy Sviridov - Waltz "Snowstorm"  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98jIKcAM7S0

    Greig - Morning from Peer Grynt - Best-of Classical Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgbVlfWRkHk

    Antonio Vivaldi - Winter (Full) - The Four Seasons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZCfydWF48c

    2. The teacher will play favorite piece of music and students will create their own movements and perfom. 

    Discussion about music

    1. The students created forest's movements. Can we use different instruments to create own forest?

    2. What kind movement could the students use at home to create their own forest?

    Online:  the students can create their own responses on a google slides or google form.

    1. The students created forest's movements. Can we use different instruments to create own forest?

    2. What kind movement could the students use at home to create their own forest?