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Overview:
Combine literacy and music with this fun, rhythmic book!The book is Tanka, Tanka, Skunk! by Steve Webb. The link to the book on Amazon can be found in Resources. Read the book, associate the rhythm of the words with the syllables, add simple movements, and see the literacy connections grow!
Subject:
Music, Reading Literature
Level:
Lower Primary
Grades:
Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
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Date Added:
11/11/2019

Comments

MARK PILSON
on Jun 01, 09:16am Evaluation

Purpose: Very Weak (0)

This resource needs to include technology to enhance content and instruction.

MARK PILSON
on Jun 01, 09:16am Evaluation

Reliability: Limited (1)

This resource needs to work on adding the technology piece.

MARK PILSON
on Jun 01, 09:16am Evaluation

Accessibility: Very Weak (0)

This resource can be modified for learners with cognitive (and/or developmental, physical) disabilities if the user decides to add their on modifications.

MARK PILSON
on Jun 01, 09:16am Evaluation

Engagement: Superior (3)

This resource promotes critical thinking (and/or communication, collaboration, creativity), but needs to include technology.

MELISSA CHAPPELL on Dec 10, 06:14pm

*Hi, I am an elementary orchestra teacher and I really enjoy adding books to lessons! I think this is a great way to introduce eighth notes to younger children.
*Alignment to NC Standards: Full alignment to depth and breath of standard 1.MU.ML.3.2, 1.MU.MR.1.1, 1.MU.MR.1.2, K.MU.ML.1.3, K.MU.ML.1.5, 1.MU.ML.1.3, partial alignment of standard K.MU.MR.1.1 and not aligned to standard 2.MU.ML.1.3.
*In the overview it does state to associate the rhythm of the words with the syllables but it is not very clear if the kids should be able to do this on their own or with help.
*Has clear assessment strategies that will accurately measure student progress of the specific standards but needs additional formative strategies.
*This resources has strong levels of engagement for students and is purposefully designed for accessibility by all students.
*Opportunity for growth: I would have the whole class learn all 3 movements at the same time instead of teaching each row a movement so you don't have to reteach and you don't have 2 rows watching while the 3rd is moving, they are also moving! You might also try having the kids come up with the movements instead of telling them so they have more ownership of what is going on.

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