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Comenius Music lesson

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  • 1. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. I Organizational information: Author's Name & Surname:ElżbietaNiczyporuk School subject: Music Class:1st class of middle school Planned duration of lesson: 45min. Lesson subject: Human voice, our first instrument. General aims: to familiarize students with construction of the speech apparatus; to discuss the process of sound's extraction; to listen to music examples of prominent artists; Operational aims: Student: is familiar with terms: diapason, soprano, mezzosoprano, tenor, alto, baritone, bass, mutation; is able to make an analysis of heard songs in respect of types of human voice; can name and situate in the picture parts of body, used to sound's extraction – larynx, vocal cords, resonators, midriff, mouth, palate, tongue; is able to describe with own words the process of sound's creation; sings emission exercises; Methods of work: talk, discussion/brainstorming, work with text, analytical listening to music, music game, singing; Forms of work: collective, individual, group work,
  • 2. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Materials and teaching hints: CD Player, CD with „Skołuba's Aria” of S. Moniuszko, CD with „Wish” of F. Chopin, keyboard, A4 size papers, laptop, II Course of the lesson: - organizational tasks; - discussion with students about the role of speech and singing in everyone's life; - supplementing the acquired knowledge by a presentation about the mechanism of speech and singing shown from a laptop, introduction of terms: larynx, vocal cords, resonators, midriff, mouth, palate, tongue; (students are showing this organs on their body – as far as possible) - playing scenes in pairs – students incorporate themselves in roles of vocal cords and according to vocals of the leader – in low or high register – they draw together and rise or recede and squat; - doing emission exercises, focusing on didactic value of improvisation and sound imagination; - making posters with voice's pyramid – from the highest to the lowest; - checking the diapason of a chosen (eager) students in base of melody of „Wlazłkoteknapłotek”; - listening to music examples where students indicate names of human voices (soprano, alto, baritone, etc.); - end of the lesson, farewell; The lesson plan was translated by Milena Chmielik, a student of the 3rd grade of middle school.

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