MISOSA Module 5 : Palakumpasang 4/4

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Published on 2014 August 11th

this module is about pulse and time signature
Demonstrate concepts of rhythm
sing songs with rhythm

Curriculum Information

K to 12
Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6
Rhythm Melody
Learners, Students
Identifies different kinds of notes and rests Organize notes and rests according to simple meters State the meaning of the different rhythmic patterns Demonstrate the meaning of rhtythmic patterns by clapping in time signatures Use the bar line to indicate groupings of beats Identify accented and unaccented pulses Place the accent on the notation of recorded music Respond to metric pulses of music heard with appropriate conducting gestures Identify the pitch name of each line and space of the g-clef staff Identify the pitch names of notes on the ledger lines and spaces below the gclef staff middle c and d Recognize the meaning and use of g clef Identify the movement of the melody as no movement ascending stepwise descending stepwise ascending skip wise and descending skip wise Identifies the highest and lowest pitch in a given notation of a musical piece to determine its range Sing with accurate pitch the simple intervals of a melody Perform hisher own created melody Identifies visually and aurally the kinds of notes and rests in a song Recognizes rhythmic patterns using quarter note half note dotted half note dotted quarter note and eighth note in simple time signatures Identifies accurately the duration of notes and rests in time signatures Creates different rhythmic patterns using notes and rests in time signatures Responds to metric pulses of music heard with appropriate conducting gestures Recognizes the meaning and uses of f-clef on the staff Identifies the pitch names of each line and space on the f-clef staff Identify the symbols sharp flat and natural Recognizes aurally and visually examples of melodic interval Identifies the notes of the intervals in the c major scale Identify successive sounding of two pitches Identify the beginning melodic contour of a musical example Determine the range of a musical example: wide/narrow Read/sing notes in different scales: pentatonic scale; c major scale; g major scale Identifies the notes rests used in a particular song Differentiate among time signatures Demonstrate the conducting gestures of time signatures Identify through conducting the relationship of the first and last measure in an incomplete measure Create rhythmic patterns in time signatures Demonstrate the ability to sing read and write musical notations Analyze the melodic patterns of songs in c major g major and f major keys Sing and play solo or with group melodiessongs in c major g major and f major Create simple melodies in c major g major and f major scales Sing selfcomposed melodies in c major g major and f major keys

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