Grade 8 Santiago lupian, willow ryan review



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GRADE 8 Santiago

  • LUPIAN, WILLOW RYAN

REVIEW:

  • REVIEW:
  • PICTURE NAMES MEDICAL USES

MOTIVATION:

  • MOTIVATION:
  • Leader:        KyeKyeKule  (chaychaykoo-lay)  Chorus:         KyeKyeKule  Leader:        KyeKyeKofinsa (chaychaykoh-feensah) Chorus:         KyeKyeKofisa  Leader:        KofisaLanga   (Koh-fee sahlahn-gah)   Chorus:         KofisaLanga     Leader:        Kaka Shilanga   (Kah-kahsheelahn-gah)  Chrous:         Kaka Shilanga Leader:        Kum Aden Nde  (koom ah-dehn day)  Chorus:         Kum Aden Nde
  • Leader:        Kum Aden Nde  (koom ah-dehn day)  Chorus:         Kum Aden Nde, HEY!  Translation:  Hands on your head
  • Hands on your shoulders
  • Hands on your waist
          • Hands on your knees
  • Hands on your ankles
  • Hands on your ankles
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG9jbUvNcME
  • after let them perform with music
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6cdH1EB4FI

OBJECTIVES at the end 60 minute period the students are able to:

  • define music and traditional instruments of Africa,
  • appreciate the music using traditional instruments of Africa,
  • identify the different music using traditional instruments of Africa.

LESSON PROPER:

  • LESSON PROPER:
  • ask the student about the video?
  • Present the topic to the class
  • Music in Africa
  • http://exploringafrica.matrix.msu.edu/teachers/curriculum/m13/notes.php

Traditional Instruments of Africa

TYPES OF TRADITIONAL INSTRUMENTS OF AFRICA

    • http://www.kalimba.co.za/old/african%20instruments.htm

GROUP ACTIVITY

  • Each group should present a poster making regarding to the traditional instruments of Africa.

Rubrics for Poster Making 20 points each criteria

  • CRITERIA
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
  • 1. CONTENT
  • Can fully expressed the lesson learned
  • Can sometimes express the lesson learn
  • Cannot express the lesson well
  • Very creative
  • Creative
  • Quite creative
  • 3. RELEVANCE
  • Relevant to the times
  • Quite relevant
  • Not relevant at all
  • Has very strong appeal
  • Has strong visual appeal
  • No visual appeal
  • 5. OVERALL IMPACT
  • Strong impact
  • Slight impact
  • No impact at all

DRILLS AND EXERCISES

  • INSTRUCTION :
  • Identify the different music by traditional instruments of Africa.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=javtPD_Qurk
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=do0l2vj7u4I
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rECGiBzspA
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvnXSikWbEY

EVALUATION

A. Identification: Identify the correct answer. Put your answer on the space provided.

  • A. Identification: Identify the correct answer. Put your answer on the space provided.
  • __________1. To them music is an integral part.
  • __________2. An expression through sound
  • __________3.a kind of instruments in which uses horns and it is played all over Africa.
  • __________4. Musical instruments that requires a shift in western musical perceptions.
  • __________5. This enormous instrument is played throughout central Africa and it came from the music from the Buganda people of Uganda.
  • B. Essay: What is your insight about the traditional instruments of Africa and how would you appreciate African music using the traditional instrument of Africa. (5pts.)

ASSIGNMENT

  • Create 4 groups each grouped should make a creative role play using traditional instrument of Africa.
  • Note: you can use improvise materials to represent the traditional instrument of Africa.
  • CRITERIA FOR THE ROLE PLAY
  • CRITERIA
  • POINTS
  • INTERPRETATION OF THE MUSIC
  • 25
  • CREATIVITY
  • 25
  • ORGANIZATION OF IDEA
  • 25
  • MASTERY
  • 25
  • TOTAL

GOODBYE CLASS



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