Music for Primary School Curriculum
Literacy for Primary School Curriculum
Music 5th and 6th class: Make sounds of the unknown through improvisationThe lesson will enable students to listen, imagine and create their own music, inspired by the discovery of the Moytirra hydrothermal vents. The students will select from a wide variety of sound sources such as voice, body percussion, improvised instruments and technology to generate sounds of the deep ocean, to accompany the storyboard/film.
Music: 5th and 6th Class - Listening and Performing Ceol na Mara – Music of the Sea (Irish and English Version Available)The aim of the lesson plan if for the children to be enabled to perform: (1) as part of a group, one or both songs sung individually or as partner songs. (2) a rhythmic ostinato (tapping a pattern over and over) to accompany the songs.
Music: 3rd and 4th Class - Listening and Creating Percussion to Sea Songs (Irish and English Version available)The aim of the lesson plan if for the children to be enabled to perform simple musical pieces that show a developing awareness of musical elements. The child should be enabled to describe and discuss his/her work and the work of other children.
Music: 1st and 2nd Class - Listening to Ocean Music (Irish and English Version available)The aim of the lesson plan if for the children to be enabled to listen to a short, unfamiliar piece of music or excerpts from a composition.
Music: Junior Infants and Senior Infants Class - Creating an Ocean Soundscape using Body Percussion (Irish and English Version available)The aim of the lesson plan if for the children to enabled to play body percussion instruments developing a sense of pulse, duration, tempo, pitch dynamics, structure and texture.