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MEGA-REVIEW in Google Classroom

MEGA-REVIEW

PIANO & TREBLE CLEF NOTE NAMESName piano note:  https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/keyboard/y9dyyynbbnb


Find piano note from treble clef staff:  https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/keyboard-reverse/bg1yryybnbnbyyy

AUDIO QUIZZES:
Rhythm Quiz:  https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_rhythm_sound_match/story_html5.html


What instrument is playing?  https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_identify_the_instrument_sounds/story_html5.html


REVIEW INSTRUMENT FAMILIES BY PICTURES/TEXT/AUDIO:
https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_learning_theory/music_instruments.htm
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, April 21 2:56 PM

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Rhythm 2 in Google Classroom

Rhythm 2

If present, make a private comment: Explain how to count music as if you were teaching someone who doesn't know.

If absent, please watch two of the four videos in this link https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcjJOR8_XX3Zc9JyLI_b64VfujgEihmp7 and use a private comment to say which videos you watched, and what you learned.

The attachment will be played on bells in class.
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, March 3 11:32 AM

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Rhythm and Bells continued in Google Classroom

Rhythm and Bells continued

1. Write the count in to "Doe-a-Deer" - classwork, together with instructor.

2. Play through exercises in class.

3. Use a private comment to tell me something you learned or gained from this lesson.

If you are absent, I will send a print off of #1 with the answers, or you may try on your own.
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, February 3 2:50 PM

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Rhythm in Google Classroom

Rhythm

ASSIGNMENT
1. Please review this lesson: https://www.musictheory.net/lessons/11

2. Then take these two quizzes:
https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_rhythm_sound_match/story_html5.html

https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_rhythm_sound_match2/story_html5.html

3. In a private comment - Explain a quarter note in your own words, and answer how many eighth notes make up one quarter note.
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, January 27 1:06 PM

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journal prompts in Google Classroom

journal prompts

Answer as many of these as you can, write the # of the question to start your answer. Use a private comment or google doc.
Created by John Garland: Thursday, January 7 4:10 AM

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12 days of Christmas & Christmas rhythms in Google Classroom

12 days of Christmas & Christmas rhythms

Replace the lyrics: Replace the "gift" Use the correct amount of syllables to keep the rhythm correct.

On the twelfth day of Christmas,
My TEACHER gave to me:

Twelve -drummers drumming, 4
Eleven -pipers piping, 4
Ten -lords a-leaping, 4
Nine -ladies dancing, 4
Eight -maids a-milking, 4
Seven -swans a-swimming, 4
Six -geese a-laying, 4
Five -golden rings! 3
Four -calling birds, 3
Three -French hens, 2
Two -turtle doves, 3
And a -partridge in a pear tree. 6


CHRISTMAS SONG RHYTHMS QUIZ:
1.
2.
3.

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5.
6.

Created by John Garland: Wednesday, December 9 8:26 AM

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music labs in Google Classroom

music labs

https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/Experiments

Please explore this website, It has a song maker activity and you can save your creation in a link (copy it and paste it as a private comment if you'd like to share it with me).
This is to explore music in a fun way and will not be graded.
Created by John Garland: Tuesday, December 1 3:44 AM

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Imagery in Music in Google Classroom

Imagery in Music

Private comment journal.

If you had to animate a story to EXISTING music, what music would you choose, what story would you use? Would you make up your own story? What do imagine the animation to look like?
Created by John Garland: Friday, November 20 4:41 AM

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Cross-curricular content in Music in Google Classroom

Cross-curricular content in Music

1. Read the following “Inquiry based learning” questions:

Initial questions
 What do you already know about this?
 What are you wondering about it? / What do you want to find out?
 How could we look for some answers?
 Where should we start?
 Why does it matter? Why are we learning this?

Questions for once process is started
 What are your most important questions?
 What goals will you set for your learning?

Reflective and ending questions
 How can you support your conclusion? What evidence do you have?
 How has your thinking changed?
 How does this compare to what you had expected?
 How will you apply this learning to another experience?
 Why is it important for you to understand this?
 How can you explain this to someone else?

Now think! How does music involve math, language, history, and science?


2. Watch TWO of the videos below.

OPTIONS:

MUSIC AS A LANGUAGE (I love the narrator in this one- he is one of my favorite bass players)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yRMbH36HRE

MUSIC AND CREATIVITY IN ANCIENT GREECE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1aAunaw1GA

MUSIC AND MATH: THE GENIUS OF BEETHOVEN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M51Bm9sNazM



3. Write TWO 4-5 sentence paragraphs. ONE for each video you chose.
Use MLA format in a Google Doc. Summarize what you learned in the video, why you choose that video, and what surprised you in the video. You can also answer any of the inquiry based learning questions.



November FUN LINKS
https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_rhythm_sound_match2/story_html5.html

https://pbskids.org/luna/games/carmens-world-orchestra
Created by John Garland: Tuesday, November 10 10:41 AM

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NOTES ON THE PIANO in Google Classroom

NOTES ON THE PIANO

name piano note

https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/keyboard/y9dyyynbbnb

  
name piano notes on staff

https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/keyboard-reverse/bg1yryybnbnbyyy



Report your best score in a private comment!

 
Created by John Garland: Monday, October 26 9:37 AM

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Treble Clef Quizzes and new material

Treble Clef Quizzes and new material "Intervals"

Go through all of the following links:

Treble clef:
https://tonesavvy.com/music-practice-exercise/2/note-name-sight-reading-treble-staff-game/

http://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_treble_clef_notes/story_html5.html

http://musictheoryfundamentals.com/Quiz/notesOnTrebleQuiz.php

Bass clef (you must choose bass clef when starting the quiz)
https://www.classicsforkids.com/games/note_names.php

INTERVALS

video lesson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qygBCxxKVFY

interactive lesson
https://www.musictheory.net/lessons/30

ASSIGNMENT:
Using a private comment, explain your own version of the musical definition for "interval."
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, September 30 8:50 AM

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Ear trainer in Google Classroom

Ear trainer

Click the link to challenge yourself on the interval ear training quiz. Report your best score.

https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-interval/9bydyyngnebyynry

unison (jingle bells)
min2 (jaws, fur elise)
Maj2 (Do-Re, Mary had a little lamb)
min3 (Lullaby, frosty)
Maj3 (When the Saints, Beethoven's 5th)
Perfect 4th (amazing grace, come all ye faithful)
Created by John Garland: Thursday, October 8 6:14 AM

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Q1 REVIEW links and journal entry in Google Classroom

Q1 REVIEW links and journal entry

1. Instrument Family Review: https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_identify_instrument_families/story_html5.html

2. Notes on the Grand Staff Review: https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/note/oynsyryyynyybrb

HINT: Treble clef = Every Good Boy Does Fine and FACE in the space. Bass clef = Good Boys Do Fine Always and All Cows Eat Grass)

3. Interval Ear Trainer Review: https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-interval/9bydyyngnebyynry

unison (jingle bells)
min2 (jaws, fur elise, joy to the world)
Maj2 (Do-Re, Mary had a little lamb, happy bday)
min3 (Lullaby, frosty)
Maj3 (When the Saints, swing low, Beethoven's 5th)
Perfect 4th (amazing grace, harry potter, come all ye faithful)

4. Create a private comment journal entry. Tell me how the three main ideas we studied this quarter are related (instruments, notes on the staff, and intervals). Use 2-4 complete sentences please.
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, October 14 12:30 PM

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MUSIC LINKS - Q1 in Google Classroom

MUSIC LINKS - Q1

There are several parts to this assignment.
BEFORE CLASS ENDS PLEASE COMPLETE #4 (Journal entry: Use private comment, 2-3 full sentences. "Which game, video, podcast, quiz or link was most enjoyable for you? Why? What did you gain from this?").


1. Solfege – WE WILL DO THIS TOGETHER, then try on your own.
https://musicplayonline.com/solfa-practice-prepare-so-mi/


2. Explore links below

Rhythm Quiz:
https://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=rhythm-quiz

Identify the instrument being played:
https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_identify_the_instrument_sounds/story_html5.html

Identify the instrument in the picture:
https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_identify_the_instruments/story_html5.html

Major, Minor, or Other (suspended 4th) – take the challenge. Is it bright like a major chord? Dark like a minor chord, or something else? “Floaty” perhaps? Try suspended 4th.
https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-chord/dyeybyyngneydry


3. Choose a podcast or video below

Podcasts:
Meter Wars - https://app.kidslisten.org/ep/The-Music-Box-Meter-Wars#/
Who Plays What - https://app.kidslisten.org/ep/The-Music-Box-Who-Plays-What#/
Videos:
HOW BRASS INSTRUMENTS WORK - https://youtu.be/IYHfiQ4R7Bs


4. Complete journal: Use private comment, 2-3 full sentences. "Which game, video, podcast, quiz or link was most enjoyable for you? Why? What did you gain from this?"


5. When done try games from these websites:

https://www.classicsforkids.com/games.html - Use the orange link at top to play music games

https://musicplayonline.com/ - game links on the side or bottom, try one or all!
Created by John Garland: Thursday, October 22 11:24 PM

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Journal prompt choices in Google Classroom

Journal prompt choices

READ THE FOLLOWING 7 QUESTIONS. ANSWER TWO OF THEM.

1. Ludwig van Beethoven carried a notebook with him. When he came upon a sound he liked, he wrote it down to be included in one of his great symphonies. Pretend you are a composer.
Describe five sounds you would like to include in your music.

2. Music often brings back memories and the feelings associated with those memories. What song reminds you of a certain time in your
life? Why does this particular song bring back those memories?

3. What does it mean to have musical talent? Do you think a person is born with musical talent or is it learned? Explain in at least 2-3 sentences.

4. Brainstorm reasons people listen to music. Write a short paragraph that explains those and why others should listen to your favorite type of music.

5. Do you think it's fair for famous pop artists to lip-sync during a performance? Explain your viewpoint in 2-3 sentences.

6. Which of the following do you think plays the largest part in the development of an outstanding musician: desire, talent, practice,
environment, or encouragement? Explain your answer.

7. What song would make a good theme song for your life? Explain why.
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, September 23 10:37 PM

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Review of Note names in Google Classroom

Review of Note names

Review notes in the Grand Staff - https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/note/oynsyryyynyybrb

Play review game (reverse) https://musicplayonline.com/grades/grade-5/

Use this link for interactive games (right side) - https://musicplayonline.com/xylophone/
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, September 23 10:37 PM

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Staff, clefs, notes in Google Classroom

Staff, clefs, notes

1. Visit this website to review the lesson: https://www.musictheory.net/lessons/10

2. CHALLENGE YOURSELF!!!! https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/note/oynsyryyynyybrb

3. Make up a sentence for EGBDF and GBDFA. Use private comment, post/send it, mark as done(turn in).

Example: "even godzilla's babies drink faygo" and "gina buys delicious fall apples"
Created by John Garland: Wednesday, September 16 6:09 AM

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Instrument Family review in Google Classroom

Instrument Family review

1. Please follow this link and take the quiz on instrument family review. https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_identify_instrument_families/story_html5.html

If you get more than a couple wrong, I encourage you to research the answers you may not know yet.

2. Play a game of musical memory (I would select "picture to word" and "2x8")

https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/quiz_memory_challenge_instruments/index.html

3. Try this quiz on instrument names by picture

https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_identify_the_instruments/story_html5.html

4. Try this quiz on instrument by sound (click play button, click on instrument picture you think it is, click submit)

https://www.musictechteacher.com/music_quizzes/aq_identify_the_instrument_sounds/story_html5.html

5. When done, add a private comment on which quiz or game was most helpful to learning more about instrument families and sounds.
Created by John Garland: Thursday, September 10 6:17 AM