Monthly Archives: May 2013

Music Jeopardy

Students,

You are making answers and questions for Music Jeopardy. The categories are:
– pop music
– rock music
– instruments, 
– tech (ICT)
– techno/dub-step
– countries
– music theory
– composers
– equipment

The board will have point values of 100, 200, 300, 400, and 500 for the easier questions. They will double for the second round to 200, 400, 600, 800, and 1000.

I haven’t decided if there will be daily doubles yet.

Mr. Kozak

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NEW Sir Ken Robinson TEDTalk

Everyone,

He’s got a new one, and it’s as good as any other.

Sure, there’s only so much you can say in ten minutes, but he has a way, doesn’t he?

Mr. Kozak

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Playing the guitar

Students,


Some of you have demonstrated your ability to play A and D chords with a basic strumming pattern. We will continue next class by adding some LYRICS to your inventions!

Mr. Kozak


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Music of Cinco de Mayo

Students,

Step 1) Find out what Cinco de Mayo is. There will be a festival in Yoyogi Park this Golden Week.

Step 2) Find one song related to this topic and put it in your music journal. Tell me the song name, the band/composer, and what country it originates from.

Mr. Kozak

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Gerry Mulligan

Listen to this song:

Write in your journals:
1) The song name

2) The two main musician’s names

3) Their instruments.

Look at the title of this post for one of the answers.
Mr. Kozak


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