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Music: Rhythmic Patterns

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ARTS AND CULTURE

Grade 4

EXPRESSION AND COMMUNICATION

Module 5

MUSIC: RHYTHMIC PATTERNS

MUSIC

Activity

To create and apply rhythmic patterns [LO 4.4, 4.5]

Step 1

List possible means of transport and add a song about a specific type. If you have a recording available, share it with the rest of the class.

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Transport Song
   
   
   

Step 2

When boats and aeroplanes are in distress, they use a signal based on the Morse code.

Morse code consists of short and long sounds (). Music also consists of short and long sounds; therefore the Morse code is useful in notating music.

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Step 3

Clap and say the following rhythmic patterns:

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Step 4

Combine any two patterns and clap them.

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Step 5

Clap the new pattern.

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LEARNING OUTCOME 4:EXPRESSION AND COMMUNICATION

The learner will be able to analyse and use multiple forms of communication and expression in Arts and Culture.

Assessment Standard

We know this when the learner:

4.4 uses voice, body and found or made instruments to accompany stories, dances or songs;

4.5 uses sounds in free rhythm patterns to create sound images to accompany stories and dances.

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