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405 Music and Science 2
Transcript of 405 Music and Science 2
Music and Science (Part 2)
When can we integrate music into science?
Life Science: Digestive System
Physical Science: Electricity
Life Science: Plants
Space Science: Planets
Space Science: Galaxies
Life Science: Circulatory System
General frame: universe and galaxy
Gustav Holst and "The Planets"
Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity
Build a model Solar System
The Bringer of Jollity
Gustav Holst was born in England. He wrote The Planets between 1914 and 1916, beginning with Mars and finishing with Mercury (Earth is not included, and Pluto had not yet been discovered when the work was composed)
Listen to a recording of Jupiter...
http://cetus.ucsd.edu/voicesinthesea_org/index.html (Source for info on Roger Payne and whale songs)
(Source for science and math songs)
(Source for songs, quizzes and lesson plans on science topics)
(Source for science lesson plans and songs)
bananaslugstringband.com (click on music and more)
(Source for science songs)
(Whale lesson plan based on Magic School Bus)
1. What is the tempo?
2. What is the time signature?
3. What is the first instrument you hear?
4. What is the second instrument you hear?
5. Write down as many adjectives as you can think of to describe this piece.
See "Pholk Song" PDF on Canvas
Space Science: Seasons
What resources can you find to help you create a co-equal science lesson on this topic?