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Music: Test your knowledge

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ARTS AND CULTURE

Grade 4

CRITICAL AND CREATIVE REFLECTION

Module 19

MUSIC: TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE

FINALE

Activity 1

To identify instruments [LO 2.4, 2.5]

  • As a final summary of the work listen to the finale. You will be divided into groups. Each group represents a specific animal. As soon as the group hears its animal, you must move with the music. The music is in quadruple time (four pulses) - a march.
  • We count four, i.e. the beat is four and it is a marching rhythm (1 2 3 4 / 1 2 3 4).

Did all the animals move past during the final parade?

TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE

Choose the correct answer by colouring A, B or C.

1. The composer is making fun of . . .

Table 1
a himself and other composers. b animals. c people.

2. The instrument that are heard most often . . .

Table 2
a drums. b piano. c clarinet.

3. Marching Music is . . .

Table 3
a any beat. b in quadruple time (four pulses). c in triple time (three pulses).

4. Waltz Music is . . .

Table 4
a any beat. b in quadruple time (four pulses). c in triple time (three pulses).

5. The final summary of all the animals . . .

Table 5
a Can-can. b cut. c finale.

6. The sound of string instruments is made because the . . .

Table 6
a string vibrates. b air column vibrates. c stick vibrates.

7. The sound of woodwind is made because the . . .

Table 7
a string vibrates. b air column vibrates. c pipe vibrates.

8. The longer the string, . . .

Table 8
a the lower the sound. b the higher the sound. c the more notes can be played.

9. The smaller the instrument, . . .

Table 9
a the lower the sound. b the higher the sound. c the softer the sound.

10. The timbre of the clarinet is . . .

Table 10
a thin. b Like satin. c hollow.

11. The instrument imitating the lion . . .

Table 11
a Xylophone. b drums. c piano.

12. The instrument imitating the cuckoo . . .

Table 12
a cuckoo whistle. b clarinet. c piano.

13. The instrument imitating the fossils . . .

Table 13
a ghong. b Xylophone. c Bones of skeleton.

14. The instrument imitating the elephant . . .

Table 14
a bass violin. b bass double. c contra bass.

15. The instrument imitating the swan . . .

Table 15
a cello. b flute. c violin.
Table 16
TOTAL 15  
Table 17
  1 2 3 4  
  1 - 7 8 - 9 10 - 12 13 - 15  
           

Rate your knowledge of the instruments you have just studied.

Table 18
Poor Average Good Excellent

Activity 2

To read music notation [LO 2.4, 2.5]

Do you remember the Morse code from the previous module?

Now read and clap the Can-can theme of the tortoises

It is a good idea to encourage your rhythm!

Table 19
CAN       can you do the
   
               
CAN - CAN   can you do the
   
               
CAN   CAN   can you do the
   
               
can - can I can you can do the
               
CAN-              
           

Sing the theme of the tortoise! Your teacher will help!

Figure 1
Figure 1 (Skrif_eng.png)

Rewrite the theme of the tortoises in a cryptogram! Use the given cipher-key.

Figure 2
Figure 2 (PG54_eng.png)

TIP: To draw the minim

Figure 3
Figure 3 (graphics1.png)
Figure 4
Figure 4 (graphics2.png)
Table 20
Line 1 Line 2 Line 3
graphics3.jpg    
Table 21
Line 4 Line 5  
     
Figure 5
Figure 5 (woordeboek_Eng.png)

Assessment

LEARNING OUTCOME 2: REFLECTINGThe learner will be able to reflect critically and creative on artistic and cultural processes, products and styles in past and present contexts.

Assessment Standard

We know this when the learner:

2.4 recognises time signatures such as four-four and three-four;

2.5 listens to and identifies musical instruments in terms of appearance, name, how sound is produced, timbre and general pitch classification (high-low).

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