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Students will sing high sounds and low sounds. They will listen to different sounds and identify whether the sounds are high or low. They will sort pictures into groups of objects that make high sounds and low sounds.
Primary Learning Objective(s):
The students will be able to recognize sounds as being high or low. They will be able to create high and low sounds. They will be able to recognize pictures of objects as producers of high and low sounds.
Additional Learning Objective(s):
31 to 60 Minutes
Materials and Resources:
Technology Resources Needed:
Computer with Activeinspire software. The personal edition of this software is free. Click here to find the download page. You will need to create a user account (free) and complete a short survey about your typical equipment use. This software can be used with or without an interactive whiteboard. If you do not have an interactive whiteboard, let students use your computer mouse to manipulate the notes.
High and Low Notes flipchart - You will need to download this flipchart from Promethean Planet. LCD projectorInteractive whiteboard if available
Connect computer with Activeinspire software to an LCD projector and interactive whiteboard if available.
Students will be able to sing sounds that are high and low. They will be able to identify sounds as being high or low. They will be able to classify pictures that represent sounds into groups of high and low.
Ask students to name other things that might have high or low sounds. Have the student mimic the sound, and identify it as high or low. Examples - motorcycle, school bell, pig, etc.
Have students repeat the sound they hear with their own voice to check to see if is high or low before they give their answer.
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