4th Grade Flexible Learning Day plans and goals: 

I miss making music with you all every week in our small group lessons! As we continue flexible learning, please continue to stay current with your instrument.  This includes logging your practice minutes (5o minutes/week), reviewing your favorite pieces and pressing ahead as we normally do in class.  Any questions, please email me!

Week of March 30th-April 3rd

As you continue to log your practice minutes, please also participate in one of these activities below

- Send Ms. Greenberg a funny picture of you practicing! 

-Send Ms. Greenberg an audio/video recording performing a piece of music!

-Watch a video by clicking HERE and write to Ms. Greenberg what you thought of it!

Attached here is a new "Learning Objectives" practice log PDF download if you run out of space.

Here are some reflective practice questions:

-What went well?

-What can I improve on?

-Can I identify the notes, rhythm, and other symbols in the musical piece?

 

Need a challenge? Try some musical pieces that are further towards the middle/back of the book! :)

Feel free to email Ms. Greenberg for some specific suggestions for your ability level!

 

5th Grade String Orchestra Flexible Learning Day plans and goals:

I miss our in-school and after-school rehearsals with you all so much! As we continue flexible learning, please continue to prepare "Wexford Circle" and "A Viking's Tale" for our May 4th Spring Concert.  In addition, please keep "Royal Promenade" prepared.  All students can warm-up using the D Major Scale ascending and descending in various patterns (staccato, 2-note slurs, 4-note slurs, hooked bowing, etc.)  Any questions?  Please email me!  

Week of March 30th-April 3

As you continue to practice our concert music, please also participate in one of these activities below

- Send Ms. Greenberg a funny picture of you practicing! 

-Send Ms. Greenberg an audio/video recording performing a short segment of one of our concert pieces!

-Watch a video of an orchestra playing Wexford Circle by clicking HERE and write to Ms. Greenberg what you thought of it!

Here are some reflective practice questions:

-What went well?

-What can I improve on?

-Can I identify the notes, rhythm, and other symbols in the musical piece?

To play along with a drum track recording: 1. Go to www.youtube.com 2. search "70 bpm simple straight beat drum track". 3. Select the first video names 70 BPM- Simple Straight Beat- Drum Track. 4. Try to play with the track- Enjoy!

Need a challenge or want more music? Email Ms. Greenberg for some specific suggestions for your ability level! :)

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