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Sounds of Different Cultures

Sounds of Different Cultures

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Author: Callie Moore
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Science

2.P.1 Understand the relationship between sound and vibrating objects. 

Social Studies

2.C.2.3 Explain how artistic expressions of diverse cultures contribute to the community (stories, art music, food, etc.)

For this activity, the student will be completing a variety of activities to prepare for further discussion in class. So far we have been talking about sounds and vibrations. We will be talking about other cultures and the music that they make. We will also be talking about the differences in their sound. 

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Tutorial

Sounds and Cultures Activity

Hi Students! For your homework you will be completing some activities, that are on the Glogster below. First watch the video at the bottom for all instructions (this is the video with the different colors). When you watch the video it will tell you what to do.

After watching the video, you will watch an Animoto video about what you will be learning.

Then you will work on Symbaloo, listening to music of other countries. As you listen to the music, I want you to record some of the things you hear and are noticing in the music. The observation you write down will be check when you come to class and we will talk about your observations in class.

***Use the scroll bar at the bottom to see all parts of the Glog.

Assessment

Students: Your observations will be checked when you come to class. 

 

Parents: Students will be assessed on their completion of the activity, showing they are prepared for discussion in class. Students will be assessed with a check sheet. They will be given a check for observations being completed and no check for observations not being completed.