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Although the round is more suited for the upper grades, the concept of ascending/descending scales and octaves, which both skip and step, ascending and descending, (total of 7 examples) is appropriate to third and fourth grades as well.

Keyboard fingering of scales going up and down can be practiced three times during the playing of the tune.
 

  • Practice chanting a steady beat in 3/4.
  • Chant the beats of the tune.
  • Which staves have the same beat patterns?
  • Chant the rhythms.
  • Which staves have the same rhythm patterns?
  • Which staves have the most difficult rhythms?
  • Chant the pitches (numbers/solfeggio)
  • Have students identify the octaves that step

 



 
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