Topic: Music of MindanaoVocal Music of Mindanao
Learning Goals• Analyzes an example of Philippine folk musicfrom Mindanao and describe how the musicalelements are used.• Appreciates the different folk music fromMindanao• Evaluates music and music performancesapplying knowledge of musical elements andstyle.• Sings accurately representative folk songsfrom Mindanao alone and / or with others.
K-W-L ChartWhat I KnowWhat I want toKnowWhat Ivelearned
Listen:a. What is the function of the music? What doyou think is the message of the music?b. How were the varied musical elements(timbre, dynamics, rhythm, pitch, form) usedin bringing about the message of the music?
Using the video clips shown earlier, fill out themusical map noting the 7 elements of music.Write your answers on your activity sheets.
Musical MapSong Title Timbre Meter Melody Harmony Texture Rhythm FormNo te Vayas deZamboangaPokpokAlimpakoDal-ling-Dal-lingSoging TundanDayang-Dayang
Concept Mapping:• Read the articles on the Music of Mindanaofound in your handouts. Using the readings aswell as the videos you havewatched, complete what you have understoodabout the vocal music of Mindanao by fillingup the concept map.
Group Activity:• In your respective groups study some of thesongs from Mindanao using the videoresources shown earlier Pay particularattention to the function of the song and howthe song is performed in the socio-culturalsetting. You will be given 3-5 minutes topractice your chosen song.
Group Performance:• Perform your selected song with yourrespective groups. You will be given 3-5minutes for each performance.
Rubrics for Performance:• Basic –Unfocused tone, erratic rhythm, unstablepitch, inconsistent phrasing, dynamics and shows insensitivityto style and context• Developing: Focused tone but inconsistent in extremerange, some repeated errors in rhythm and pitch, consistentphrasing, discernible dynamics, some nuances in style assuggested by the score/teacher.• Approaching Proficiency: Focused and clear tone in normalrange, accurate rhythm and secure pitch with isolatederrors, accurate and consistent phrasing, accuratedynamics, with some nuances in style as suggested by thescore/teacher.• Proficient: Focused, clear tone all throughout, accuraterhythm and secure pitch, consistent and sensitive phrasingand obvious dynamics, with creative nuances to style inresponse to music score.
Reflection Guide:Answer the following questions in your learningjournals.• Which part of the lesson did you like most? Why?• Which part of the discussion did you find itdifficult? What do you think will be the beststrategy for you to learn that part of the lesson?• Which part of the lesson do you intend to learnmore? How will you do that?
Assignment• What are the different types of gonginstruments found in Mindanao?• Enumerate the different musical ensemblesusing gongs as their instruments.References: Internet and other related books