Now, to place collectively in Nearpod, I first did a title web page with a abstract of what we would do within the lesson, in addition to a enjoyable music GIF. I did this by making a slide, after which formatting so there was a title and two bins.
On the following slide, I created a slide that had a title, a textual content field, and a spot for a video. The textual content field defined what we’d do on the slide, and I inserted the video of Bow Wow Wow rhythm icons.
I did the identical for the second slide, however inserted the video of the rhythm for Bow Wow Wow, with ta, ti-ti, and relaxation.
On the following slide, I inserted a textual content field and the video of me writing patterns with ta, ti-ti, and relaxation.
The following slide was a “write it” slide. To create that, you go to “insert slide,” then select “exercise,” and select “write it.” I requested college students to repeat a sample that I had inserted. College students can use their mouse or finger to jot down the sample.
On the following slide, I additionally inserted a “write it” slide, and had college students compose no matter sample they needed with ta, ti-ti, and relaxation!
Subsequent, I had a slide with a title, a textual content field, and a video of me singing “Naughty Kitty Cat.” College students may sing alongside and skim the rhythm.
On the following slide, I defined that since we had been simply singing a couple of cat, we had been now going to hearken to a track a couple of cat, referred to as “Señor Don Gato.”
Tim Bryrer, a colleague of mine from TRIKE (Tri-Metropolis Kodály Educators), has a beautiful YouTube channel with tons of songs. He and a pal made this enjoyable video of “Señor Don Gato”: