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The fourth title in a comprehensive classroom music program.
Written by Fairbairn-Leehy-O’Mara for teachers of students in their middle years of primary school. (ages about 7-10)
This is the digital version of the popular Music Room Level 4
readable on iPad, Mac, PC and Android and Windows tablets.
This title includes all the material required to teach a full year’s music program.
Includes 30 fully planned lessons, end of year performane pieces, audio demo and backing tracks and demo videos.
Music Room Level 4 Continuing to build on skills and concepts covered in Music Room 1 to Music Room 3
Download a sample pdf with
- The first Lesson
- Contents Page
- What is Music Room?
- How to use Music Room
- Rationale, Aims and Outcomes
- Content/Outcomes Checklist
How is Book 4 set out?
The program is set out in 4 units of lesson plans.
Unit 1 – Musical Elements – building blocks: beat and rhythm
8 lesson plans whose primary focus is the musical elements of beat and rhythm.
and time, crotchets, quavers,
minims and dotted minims are covered, as well
as accent, rhythm patterns, reading, writing, improvising and basic lyric writing through rhyme. The musical elements of pitch, melody, form, dynamics, are also addressed.
Unit 2 – Musical Elements – building blocks: pitch and melody
8 lesson plans whose primary focus is the
musical elements of pitch and melody. Major, minor and pentatonic scales are explored, as well as harmony, drone, signature tunes, reading, writing, composition, scat and improvisation.
The musical elements of beat, rhythm, harmony, dynamics, form and texture are also addressed.
Unit 3: Exploring Sound
8 lessons plans.
Students explore sound, moods and emotions through voice and through a variety of sound sources (classroom instruments and found objects to develop their understanding of the musical elements (particularly tone colour). Improvisation and composition are explored, and reading covered. Beat, rhythm, pitch, form, texture are also covered.
Unit 4: Music All Around Us
6 lesson plans and a concert.
Students experience music and dance in a variety of contexts (different times, places and purposes).
Students consolidate skills and understandings of musical concepts and elements.
Students make choices about the content and production of an end-of-year performance.
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