THIS IS A CONTINUATION AND REVIEW
OF THE LESSON FROM THE PREVIOUS WEEK.
Weekly Assignment (Please write on your daily rhythm sheet)
Combine the symbols of ingredient 6, listed below,
into 5 groups. Each group will have no more
AND no less than 4 beats each.
Place each group on the staff (Ingredient 1).
If you are completing make-up work, Dictation is an activity that is done in class to help reinforce the weekly lesson. Your presence is required. To make up this type of classwork, please repeat the Daily Rhythm assignment on the Dictation form. Please make sure to indicate your dates of absence.
This week, we will study what called "The Medieval Period." This time is sometimes called "The Dark Ages" or "The Middle Ages.
After the fall of the Roman Empire, civilization was existing in small groups, villages, bands, etc. Through this transition, which occured over hundreds of years, one of the few, if not the only, organized groups were the people who were associated with Christianity. The rest of the other people throughout Europe were highly superstitious and uneducated. During this time, the development of a "powerful" church created unrest and change among the populations.
Please familiarize yourself with the following vocabulary
as it will help in understanding the weekly history lessons.
a. Gregorian Chant
f. Tests of faith
The following worksheets and/or presentations are suggested because they reinforce
the current daily rhythm assignment.
1. Please review the previous week's work.
The following worksheets should be completed before you start working on keyboard songs:
1. Old MacDonald Worksheet (in PDF)
2. Draw the Bar Lines (in PDF)
The following keyboard song can be practiced and learned to help with this week's lesson:
1. "Here and There" (in PDF)