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Year 3 Music<br />Beat Against Rhythm (Slide 2)<br />Rhythmic Pattern: Ta Ti-ti(Slide 9)<br />Aural Learning:  High/Low - ...
Year 3 MusicBeat Against Rhythm<br />What we need today are:<br />Hands to Clap<br />Feet to Stomp<br />Beautiful Voices<b...
Beat Against RhythmDiscovering Beat <br />Lets learn this song. Sing with me: Ready<br />Count and stamp in 1, 2<br />See ...
Beat Against RhythmDiscovering Beat<br />We are using        to show where to stamp your feet, to show the Beat.<br />Sing...
Beat Against RhythmDiscovering Beat <br />When we sing the song with words and stamp our feet to the Beat, how many sounds...
BeatAgainst Rhythm Discover One or Two sounds on the Beat - Rhythm<br />There is a sound    for every word.<br />We hear t...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Beat Against Rhythm<br />We are using     to show where to clap, where the Rhythm is.<br />L...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Beat Against Rhythm<br />Form two groups, everyone sing the song.<br />1st group Stamp the B...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />Rhythmic Pattern: Ta Ti-ti<br />What we need today are:<br />Hands to Clap<br ...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />This time, lets Sing the song in our heads, Stamp the Beatquietly and Clap the...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />This time, lets Sing the song with our beautiful voices, Stamp the Beatand onl...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />   LongRhythms are called Ta – which words in this song have long Rhythm sound...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />This time, Stamp the Beatand Sing the Rhythm names for the long (Ta) and short...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />In music, Rhythm sounds such as Ta and Ti-ti have a special look.<br />They ca...
Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />Which is the Rhythm to the song: See Saw<br />Here is the rhythm you have just...
Beat Against Rhythm Affirming Ta Ti-ti<br />Clap the rhythm when it appears: Ready<br />Which Rhythms above are the same?<...
Beat Against Rhythm Affirming Ta Ti-ti<br /><ul><li>In music, we break the rhythm up into patterns with dark bars.
These patterns have 4 beats in each rhythm pattern. The bar lines divide our rhythm into patterns.
Which Rhythms above are the same?
Now, lets say the Rhythm names and clap the rhythm to all of our sets without stopping: Ready
Count and stamp in: 1,2</li></li></ul><li>Beat Against Rhythm  Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi) <br />Aural Learning:...
Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi)<br />In music, we use high sounds and low sounds. <br />Let’s si...
Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi)<br />In our song See Saw, there are two sounds, one high and one...
Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi)<br />Each sound has its own special Hand Sign<br />The hand sign...
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  • Teacher sings song, children echo the Teacher. Resource: Place eight ‘Beat pads’ on the floor for Teacher to Stamp beat on.
  • Teacher Stamp the beats on the 8 beat pads then give selectedChildren a turn at using the beat pads while singing.
  • Teacher to Stamp beat on beat pads and clap hands to the rhythm
  • Teacher Claps Rhythm – Children Identify which rhythm is correct
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    1. 1. Year 3 Music<br />Beat Against Rhythm (Slide 2)<br />Rhythmic Pattern: Ta Ti-ti(Slide 9)<br />Aural Learning: High/Low - Sol Mi (Slide 18)<br />Song to use: See Saw <br />
    2. 2. Year 3 MusicBeat Against Rhythm<br />What we need today are:<br />Hands to Clap<br />Feet to Stomp<br />Beautiful Voices<br />
    3. 3. Beat Against RhythmDiscovering Beat <br />Lets learn this song. Sing with me: Ready<br />Count and stamp in 1, 2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />
    4. 4. Beat Against RhythmDiscovering Beat<br />We are using to show where to stamp your feet, to show the Beat.<br />Sing with me again, this time Stamp your feet to the Beat: Ready<br />Count and stamp in 1, 2 (do until well established)<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />Continue until well established<br />
    5. 5. Beat Against RhythmDiscovering Beat <br />When we sing the song with words and stamp our feet to the Beat, how many sounds do we hear? Are there more words than beats? <br />Lets sing the song again, we will Stamp our feet to the Beatand listen as the Teacher claps hands to the sounds of the words: Ready <br />Count and stamp in: 1,2 (Clap the words)<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />
    6. 6. BeatAgainst Rhythm Discover One or Two sounds on the Beat - Rhythm<br />There is a sound for every word.<br />We hear the sounds on each word.<br />There are more sounds than beats because there are more words than beats.<br />There is more clapping than stomping.<br />In music, sometimes there is one sound on the beat and sometimes there is more than one sound on each Beat. <br />This is called Rhythm<br />
    7. 7. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Beat Against Rhythm<br />We are using to show where to clap, where the Rhythm is.<br />Let’s all Clap the Rhythmand Sing the Words: Ready<br />Count and stamp in: 1,2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />Continue until well established.<br />
    8. 8. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Beat Against Rhythm<br />Form two groups, everyone sing the song.<br />1st group Stamp the Beatand Sing the Words;<br />2nd group Clap the Rhythmand Sing the Words:<br />Count and stamp in: 1,2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />Alternate groups until well established.<br />
    9. 9. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />Rhythmic Pattern: Ta Ti-ti<br />What we need today are:<br />Hands to Clap<br />Feet to Stomp<br />Beautiful Voices<br />
    10. 10. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />This time, lets Sing the song in our heads, Stamp the Beatquietly and Clap the Rhythm: Ready<br />Count and stamp in: 1,2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />Some Rhythms have long sounds like with the words ‘See Saw, Down, and Ground’, and some have short sounds like ‘In the Air and on the’.<br />Can you hear the difference?<br />
    11. 11. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />This time, lets Sing the song with our beautiful voices, Stamp the Beatand only Clap the LONG Rhythms : Ready<br /><ul><li>Count and stamp in: 1,2</li></ul>This time, Stamp the Beatand only Clap the SHORT Rhythms : Ready<br />Count and stamp in: 1,2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />
    12. 12. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br /> LongRhythms are called Ta – which words in this song have long Rhythm sounds<br />ShortRhythms are called Ti-Ti – which words in this song have short Rhythm sounds<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />
    13. 13. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />This time, Stamp the Beatand Sing the Rhythm names for the long (Ta) and short (Ti-ti) sounds: Ready<br />Count and stamp in: 1,2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />Form two groups<br />1st group Stamp the Beatand Sing the Words;<br />2nd group Clap the Rhythm and Sing the Rhythm names:<br />Count and stamp in: 1,2<br />Alternate group activities until well established.<br />Ta Ta Ti - ti Ta<br />Ti - tiTi - tiTi - ti Ta<br />
    14. 14. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />In music, Rhythm sounds such as Ta and Ti-ti have a special look.<br />They can be by themselves or close to each other.<br />Ta looks like this = Where do the Ta’s live?<br />Ti-ti looks like this = Where do the Ti-ti’s live?<br />This time, lets Sing the song with our beautiful voices, Stamp the Beatand Clap the Ta and Ti-ti Rhythms:<br />Count and stamp in: 1,2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />
    15. 15. Beat Against Rhythm Realising Ta Ti-ti<br />Which is the Rhythm to the song: See Saw<br />Here is the rhythm you have just learnt. We will call this number 1:<br />Here is a new rhythm. We will call this new rhythm number 2:<br />Here is a third rhythm and we will call this new rhythm number 3:<br />Which Rhythm am I clapping?<br />
    16. 16. Beat Against Rhythm Affirming Ta Ti-ti<br />Clap the rhythm when it appears: Ready<br />Which Rhythms above are the same?<br />Now, lets say the Rhythm names and clap the rhythm to all of our sets without stopping: Ready<br />Count and stamp in: 1,2<br />
    17. 17. Beat Against Rhythm Affirming Ta Ti-ti<br /><ul><li>In music, we break the rhythm up into patterns with dark bars.
    18. 18. These patterns have 4 beats in each rhythm pattern. The bar lines divide our rhythm into patterns.
    19. 19. Which Rhythms above are the same?
    20. 20. Now, lets say the Rhythm names and clap the rhythm to all of our sets without stopping: Ready
    21. 21. Count and stamp in: 1,2</li></li></ul><li>Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi) <br />Aural Learning: High/Low - So Mi<br />Song to use: See Saw <br />
    22. 22. Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi)<br />In music, we use high sounds and low sounds. <br />Let’s sing our song See Saw, and listen for how many high and low sounds there are.<br />Sing with me: Ready<br />Count and stamp in 1, 2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />Who can tell me how many high or low sounds there were? <br />Two that’s right. Well done!<br />
    23. 23. Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi)<br />In our song See Saw, there are two sounds, one high and one low.<br />The High sounds are called Sol<br />The Low sounds are called Mi<br />Lets sing our song See Saw with the high and low sounds Sol and Mi.<br />Sing with me: Ready<br />Count and stamp in 1, 2<br />See Saw, Up and Down,<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />Sol Mi Sol Sol Mi<br />Sol Sol Mi Mi Sol Sol Mi<br />
    24. 24. Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi)<br />Each sound has its own special Hand Sign<br />The hand sign for Sol looks like this: Teacher demonstrates Sol hand sign<br />Lets sing Sol, the high sound: Ready<br />Count and stamp in: 1, 2<br />The Hand Sign for Mi looks like this: Teacher demonstrates hand sign for Mi<br />Lets sing Mi, the low sound: Ready<br />Count and stamp in: 1, 2<br />Lets practice singing high and low with our new Hand Signs: Ready<br />Teacher shows variety of combinations of Sol & Mi hand signs and children sign the sounds back to Teacher.<br />
    25. 25. Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi)<br />That sounds Fantastic<br />You are all Fantastic<br />Well done and excellent singing!<br />
    26. 26. Beat Against Rhythm Discover High & Low sounds (Sol & Mi)<br />Ok, now we know our song really well, lets have some fun.<br />Lets sing our song like this:<br />With the words:<br />See Saw Up and Down<br />In the Air and On the Ground<br />With the Rhythm names:<br />Ta Ta Ti-ti Ta<br />Ti-tiTi-tiTi-ti Ta<br />With the sound names:<br />Sol Mi Sol Sol Mi<br />Sol Sol Mi Mi Sol Sol Mi<br />
    27. 27. Beat Against Rhythm<br />Congratulations, you have completed this amazing learning experience.<br />Yeaaaaaaaaaaa<br />Well Done, you are all Wonderful singers and fantastic musicians.<br />
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