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sábado, 13 de enero de 2018

ELVIS ACTIVITY 3º ESO





QUESTIONS:

               1-Who "owns" a song? Is it the songwriters? The performer for which the song was written?The performer who can claim the biggest hit? Which performance/ recording is the most authentic?
What does " authenticity mean?


 2-Compare the Big Mamma T. recorging (Hound dog) to Elvis  Presle's  version.
What changes do you hear? What remains the same?














TASK:
You have to choose a song and play with the class.
You need to have: singers and musicians playing different instruments: RECORDERS, XYLOPHONE, METALOPHONE and GLOCKENSPIEL
In page 72 you have an example:  LOVE ME TENDER


Here you can practice Love me  tender: 2 versions 

http://marceloprofedemusica.wixsite.com/lovemetender
http://musicaade.wixsite.com/lovemetender2










Another song to practice:
  You are always on my mind: 2 COVERS: Elvis Presley and Pet Shop Boys
.Which one do you prefer?

http://promuu.wix.com/elvis-mind


[Intro]  G

 G               D/F#
Maybe I didn't treat you
Em         G/D        C     C   D
 Quite as good as I should have
G                D/F#
 Maybe I didn't love you
Em        G/D      C#m/G#   G/B
 Quite as often as I could have

C                             G/B
 Little things I should have said and done
C        G/B            Am  C/G  C/E
 I just never took the time

D         Em     D/F#   G    Am  G/B   C
 You were always on my mind
         D7            G   C  D
You were always on my mind

 G              D/F#
Maybe I didn't hold you
Em           G/D            C    C  D
  All those lonely, lonely times
G                     D/F#
 And I guess I never told you
Em        G/D               C#m/G#  G/B
  I'm so happy that you're mine

C               G/B
 If I made you feel second best
C              G/B          Am  C/G  C/E
 Girl, I'm so sorry I was blind

D         Em     D/F#   G   Am  G/B  C
 You were always on my mind
         D7            G   C  D
You were always on my mind

 G  D/F#  Em  G/D
Tell     me
 C                  G/B              Am  C  D
Tell me that your sweet love hasn't died
 G   D/F#  Em  G/D
Give      me
        C                   G/B            Am  C  D
Give me one more chance to keep you satisfied
      G
Satisfied

C                             G/B
 Little things I should have said and done
C        G/B            Am  C/G  C/E  D
 I just never took the time

D         Em     D/F#   G   Am  G/B  C
 You were always on my mind
                    D7
You were always on my mind

( G  D/F#  Em  G/D  C  G/B  Am  D )

                       G
You were always on my mind
 G               D/F#
Maybe I didn't treat you
Em         G/D        C       C  D
 Quite as good as I should have
 G              D/F#
Maybe I didn't love you
Em        G/D         C       C  D
 Quite as often as I could have
 G              D/F#
Maybe I didn't hold you
Em          G/D            C    D
 All those lonely, lonely times
G                    D/F#
And I guess I never told you
Em       G/D               C   G
 I'm so happy that you're mine

TASK for the exam:
Create a presentation about a ROCK artist-you can choose him or her from the page 67- using PowerPoint or Prezi.
The presentation must include:
- Name (year of birth - year of death).
- 6 facts about his/her life and career.
- 2 images.
- 2 youtube videos with examples of his/her music, writing the title of the musical pieces.

Send me your presentation (PowerPoint file or link to your Prezi).



martes, 9 de enero de 2018

LET'S SING TRIMARTOLOD-1º ESO


 EL PRÓXIMO  25 DE ENERO, JUEVES, A LAS 10 DE LA MAÑANA , LOS ALUMNOS DE 1º DE ESO ACUDIRÁN A UN CONCIERTO DIDÁCTICO  LLAMADO HARPAREN BILA  EN EL CONSERVATORIO DE BILBAO.


domingo, 7 de enero de 2018

GAME CLASSICAL MUSIC

The hangman game 1º,2º

GAMES:JOIN THE SOUND WITH THE INSTRUMENT,MATCH THE WORDS TO THE PICTURES

https://learningapps.org/watch?v=pf08k4pan16

BENEFITS OF PLAYING MUSIC





Interesting infographic to say Hello to the year 2018. It deals with the innumerable benefits of playing musical instruments.




After watching this infographic answer the questions:

.https://www.musicnotes.com/features/infograph/bopm.html?utm_source=Musicnotes%20Blog&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=Learn%20How%20Music%20Benefits%20Your%20Mind%20-%20Fun%20Animated%20Infographic


Vocabulary:

 GPA: grade point average,La media de la nota
Yield: Rendimiento
Iq:Test de inteligencia
Self -steem: autoestima
College-age: estudiante universitario
Like-minded people:grupos de personas con ideas afines,
Accountable; Responsable
Self-Reliance:autosuficiente, independiente, autónomo




Answer this questions:

1-What are the benefits of learning to play an instrument?
2-Why a musician brain is like an orchestra?
3-How does music affect the brain?
4-Why being a musician is good for your brain?
5-After taking music lessons, what did the students get?
7-What changes can we see in the brain of musicians?
8-How can playing a musical instrument help you?
9-What happens with the brains of the children after 15 months of musical training?
10 Why is different the brain of a musician?
11-What do scientists have found?

GAME: RELATE THE SOUNDS 1º ESO


http://moodle.donostiaeskola.org/doremi/2017/10/29/emparejar-sonidos/

PUZZLES ,QUIZ OF STRING INSTRUMENTS

http://moodle.donostiaeskola.org/doremi/2015/04/26/cuerda_frotada_puzzles/

https://www.jetpunk.com/quizzes/name-that-musical-instrument-quiz

GAME : IDENTIFIES SOUND SERIES 1º ESO


http://moodle.donostiaeskola.org/doremi/2015/05/19/identificar-series-de-sonidos/

MUSICAL MATCHING GAME-ORCHESTRA

http://interactive.knowitall.org/interactive/artopia/music/closerlook/