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Lesson Five – Rainstorm

This music teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to compose and perform a range of different rhythm patterns that can represent the sounds that can be heard during a rainstorm. The class can create and perform rhythms to show a specific type of rainfall.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to compose and perform a range of different rhythm patterns that can represent the sounds that can be heard during a rainstorm

Learning Objectives

Practise, rehearse and present performances with an awareness of the audience. Combine and organise musical ideas within musical structures.

Learning Outcomes

I can rehearse and perform a musical composition to reflect a specific idea. I can select and combine rhythm patterns to perform as part of a composition.

Rainstorm

Teaching sequence to help the children compose and perform a range of different rhythm patterns that can represent the sounds that can be heard during a rainstorm

Four Beat Rhythms

Display posters for whole class discussion to help the children identify and perform different rhythm patterns to represent a specific theme

Musical Score

Template to help the children select and record a range of different rhythm patterns to represent a specific theme

Rainstorm

Interactive activity to help the children compose and perform a range of different rhythm patterns that can represent the sounds that can be heard during a rainstorm

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to compose and perform a range of different rhythm patterns that can represent the sounds that can be heard during a rainstorm

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