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Stap 2

Musieknote word volgens die alfabet gerangskik: A B C D E F G, m.a.w. die note op die lyne en spasie beweeg alfabeties:

Watter Engelse woord spel die spasies van die G-sleutel?

Maak ‘n rympie vir die lyne:

E, G, B, D, F

Voorbeeld:

Aangesien die G-sleutel op vrouestemme dui en die spasies reeds “ FACE ” spel, is dit goed om ‘n rympie oor vrouens of dogters te maak, bv.

E lke G oeie B uurvrou D ink F link E k G aan B aie D ames/Dogters F lous

Stap 3

Probeer nou die volgende woorde ontsyfer deur die lettername onder die note neer te skryf!

Kan jy jou eie woorde maak?

2. NOOTWAARDE

Stap 1

Nootwaarde beteken hoe kort of lank ‘n noot duur.Onthou jy die morsekode?

Stap 2

In musiek word klank en stilte afgewissel.

Om stilte te noteer, gebruik ons ‘n rusteken .

Vir elke noot is daar ‘n rusteken met dieselfde waarde. Rustekens word altyd in die 3de spasie van die notebalk geskryf.

Stap 3

Kom ons doen nou ‘n bietjie Wiskunde ! Kyk hoe goed jy is!

Gee die antwoord as een noot:

Hoeveel kwartnote (tellings) in elke som? Skryf die totaal in die blokkies

Aktiwiteit 4:

Om musieknotasie te lees

[LU 2.5]

STAP 1

Klap en sing “Saai die waatlemoen” – ‘n Afrikaanse volkswysie.

STAP 2

Hier volg die notasie van “Saai die waatlemoen”, MAAR die mate is nie in die regte volgorde nie!

Knip die mate uit (Juffrou sal vir jou ‘n afdruk gee).

Rangskik dit in die regte volgorde.

Plak dit in die gegewe vierkant.

Voeg die lettername van die note by.

Voeg die maatsoortteken by.

Voorbeeld 1

STAP 3

Hier volg dieselfde lied, maar met ‘n verskil! Die mate is weer nie in die regte volgorde nie.

Knip die mate uit (Juffrou sal vir jou ‘n afdruk gee).

Rangskik dit in die regte volgorde.

Plak dit in die gegewe vierkant.

Voeg die lettername van die note by.

Voeg die maatsoortteken by.

Hoe verskil Voorbeeld 2 van Voorbeeld 1?

Voorbeeld 2

Assessering

LO 2

REFLECTING The learner will be able to reflect critically and creatively on artistic and cultural processes, products and styles in past and present contexts.

We know this when the learner:

DANCE

2.1 takes an active role in a class discussion about interpretations and reactions to a dance seen live or on television; pays attention to the use of design elements, the purpose and the style of the dance;

2.2 identifies and describes the many kinds of dances in South Africa.

DRAMA

2.3 reflects on drama (television, radio, community or classroom) in terms of:

  • recognising key moments in a drama;
  • identifying themes, ideas and moods;
  • explaining why particular techniques were used;being sensitive to the social and cultural contexts;

MUSIC

2.4 recognises the letter names of notes on lines and in spaces on a treble staff and their difference in pitch;

2.5 recognises crotchet, minim and quaver note values and rests in a short melody;

2.6 recognises and describes the different timbres of voices in choral music;

2.7 listens to a variety of selected songs and identifies the genre (e.g. Blues, Pop, Kwaito, Classical, Traditional, Free-Kiba, Opera, Musicals, Malombo, Kwassa-Kwassa, Techno, Soukous), and offers opinion on the style;

VISUAL ARTS

2.8 differentiates between various art forms such as drawing, painting, architecture, sculpture, design, craftwork, and graphic media;

2.9 responds to images and craft objects used in popular culture, pictures and photographs in terms of purpose, content, form, contrast and meaning.

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