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Arts and culture

Grade 5

Personal and social skills

Module 2




[LO 3.5]

Listen to Any dream will do and clap the following patterns:

To accompany the song you must follow the teacher’s instructions carefully.

Listen closely to the music. The music will guide you as to

  • how fast your accompaniment must be
  • how loud or soft your accompaniment must be
  • if there are parts that have to be repeated

Sing the song. A part of the song is on the next page.



The learner is able to: 1 2 3 4
Follow the rhythmic pulse beat of the music ; cannot follow the pulse beat of the music can follow and clap the pulse beat with some assistance follows the music and claps rhythmically to the music follows the music and claps with enthusiasm rhythmically to the music
To render and distinguish between dynamism (loud and soft); cannot offer a rendition or distinguish be-tween loud and soft at all can offer a rendition or distinguish between loud and soft with some assistance can offer a rendition and distinguish between loud and soft can offer a rendition and distinguish between loud and soft with restraint
To portray the form of the song during a performance (ABA); cannot distinguish between the different sections can distinguish between the sections with some assistance can distinguish between all the sections can distinguish between all the sections and interpret the performance musically
Follow instructions. cannot follow instructions can follow the instructions only when assisted follows the instructions at all times follows the instructions at all times and can present positive extension



[LO 3.5]

W hat is texture?

How do we acquire different textures in music? Fill in the frame after you have completed the activity.

S tep 1

Divide the class into three colour groups: green, purple and orange. Recite and clap the rhythmic patterns before you try them on instruments. All the members of a group use the same instruments. How does the sound differ from group to group?

S tep 2

Play or clap your patterns to the music accompaniment. The green group performs the green pattern; the purple group the purple pattern and the orange group the orange pattern.

S tep 3

Each colour group makes its own rhythmic pattern by joining two colours together.

This pattern is repeated over and over. It is called an ostinato

S tep 4

Each group performs their ostinato four times in succession. Decide how you are going to perform it by choosing from the following possibilities and number them from 1 to 4. You can also perform different combinations, e.g. legato and soft, or solo and staccato.

Loud or soft

Gradually louder or gradually softer

Legato (bound together) or staccato (separated from one another)

Ensemble (the group) or solo (one person)

Complete the following check list: YES NO
I can reproduce the sound (create sound)
I can play the rhythms
I can play the rhythms with my group
To make music is fun!

Did you fill in the square at the beginning of the module?

Questions & Answers

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