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A song web

A song at the centre of learning
by

Fiona Phillips

on 13 October 2014

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Transcript of A song web

The Song The Pulse Movement Advertising The Music The Long and Short of it The song is a great example of
LONG sounds and Short sounds.
The days of the week contain
syllables that are short sounds.
This can be compared to the
LONG sounds of the words
"I LOVE YOU" 'Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
(I Love You)' -
Performed by
Emma-Louise Birdsall The lyrics of this song are
not only the days of the week,
but they are sung on the pulse. A Song Web Movements can be added
to highlight the l o n g
and short
sounds and
silences You could compare the healthy
"fresh food people" campaign
with some junk food ads. You could look at the video
again and discuss the
instrumentation;
the style and genre;
the context and background
the composer and lyricist
This song contains the
days of the week and later,
the months of the year.
The video is engaging
and if students have been
watching the competition,
they may have heard it before.
This makes the song
easier to learn
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