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Arts and culture

Grade 4

Expression and communication

Module 7

Music: create a sound scene

Create a sound scene

Activity

To create a sound scene or picture [lo 4.5

  • Homework assignment : Gather information on trains and stations in your own environment, as well as in the rest of the world. (Day trains, overnight trains, goods trains, underground trains, underwater trains, big stations, small stations, etc.)

Look closely at the scene of a station platform

A SCENE AT A STATION

Complete:

What do you SEE?

People talking

What do you HEAR?

People talking Blah blah blah

Add as many sounds as possible to the illustration. Remember there is no right or wrong!

Example:

Listen to the music. Indicate with a tick () whether you have heard the following:

What do you HEAR?

The little train starting to accelerate
The rhythm of the train
The little train going up a steep hill
The whistle of the train
Escaping steam
The brakes of the train on the railway line

The music ”drew” a picture of the little train in sound. Draw the little train as you see it.

What do you SEE?

The music instruments imitated the sounds made by the little train. Give more examples (voice or instrument available) of sounds that can be used to imitate a train. Use your voice or any instruments you have available.

Train
Escaping steam
Train wheels on railway line
Whistle
Brakes of train

Complete:

is the composer of The little train of Caipira.

A composer is

The clues follow – do precisely as your educator says!

Everyone can improvise now!

To improvise means:

You have used four patterns. Draw the four patterns.

P attern 1
P attern 2
P attern 3
P attern 4

Assessment

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:

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

Questions & Answers

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research.net
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