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Draw MozartEdit

Ask students to create a drawing based on the first movement of Mozart’s 40th Symphony

Symphony Patterns GameEdit

This bodily-kinesthetic activity helps students internalize the structure of symphonic movements. Since the first movement is usually quick, then the second slow, the third dance-like, and the fourth quick again, the teacher says “quick, slow, dance, quick” and students move around the room accordingly.

Tongue TwistersEdit

Recite tongue twisters as a linguistic warm-up.

Body Percussion MimicEdit

The teacher taps out a beat on her knees, shoulders, etc. The students then repeat. Students can take turns being the leader.

Political ConcertEdit

Students plan a political concert. They need to choose a theme, the artists, make advertising posters, design the t-shirt, and create press releases.

Listen & ResponseEdit

Instead of traditional written reponses to music, students can choose how they want to respond. For example student could draw comics, map out the rhythms, or associate colors with sound (matching tambere).

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