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Unit: Jazz and Blues Music

Area: Music

Lessons: 6

Ed. Level: 3rd ESO

-To help learners understand that the content can be achieved in a L2.

Teaching
Objectives

-To identify the style and structures of jazz-blues music.


-To introduce the main characteristic of jazz-blues music.
-To learn to listen to music from this styles.
-To understand the historical and cultural context that boosted the
birth and development of blues-jazz.
-To develop thinking skills through HOT activities, concept maps and
reflection on learning process.

-Oral presentations with power point.


Final task

-To play and to improvise music in the


style of blues-jazz.

Evaluation
Criteria

Key
Competences

-Understand the structures of blues-jazz music.


-Identify the blues-jazz forms.
-Understand the role of the blues-jazz in its early stages.
-Practice of some easy scores based on famous jazz
melodies.
-Create patterns to improvise music in the blues-jazz
style.
-Participate in an oral presentation about a research work
with a partner.
-Reflect on the learning process and the benefits of
studying content in a L2

Material
Resources

-Learning to learn competence


-Social skills and citizenship competence
-Digital competence
-Competence in linguistic communication
-Cultural and artistic competence
-Autonomy and personal initiative competence

-Laptops
-Power point presentations
-Web pages: http://www.jazzinamerica.org
-Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wif69sxhfNs
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOLejUiiVUg
-CDs, DVDs, scores, musicgrams and graphic representations
-Orff instruments

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-Definitions of jazz and blues music.


-Harmonic structure:Twelve-bar blues
pattern.
-Song structure : intro, head, break/solo
section, head out.
-Elements of jazz language: syncopation,
blue note, improvisation, pentatonic
scale.
-To known basic techniques of
improvisation.

Unit: Jazz and Blues Music

Content

-Participation in setting outcomes.


-Concept map of the unit.
-Classify the forms of jazz-blues music.
-Reading and notating music.
-Use jazz patterns to improvise

Cognition

Student

Culture

Communication

Language for the topic

Vocabulary

-Specific vocabulary of the topic:


syncopation, beat, off-beat, blue note,
dissonance, call and response,
improvisation, pentatonic scale, twelvebar blues, arrangement, intro, head,
break/solo section, head out. (melting pot,
slavery, great migration)
-Jazz common instruments: piano, drums,
bass, trumpet, saxophone
-Orff instrumental: xylophone,
bassxylophone, soprano xylophone,
glockenspiel, metalphone

Area: Music
Lessons: 6
Ed. Level: 3rd Secondary

-Co-operative work. Pair work.


-Understanding music in relation to
history and culture.
-Discuss overlapping social and artistic
developments in the time of jazz music.
-Use of jazz-blues music as a
soundtrack to students readings of
poetry or other writings.
-Music performance based on famous
themes of jazz music.
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Language for interaction

Structures

-What instrument is playing..?


-Which is the structure of this musical
form?
-Description of jazz musical instruments.
-Description of Orff instruments.
-What evidence can you find.?

-How do you say.. in English?


-I agree/ I dont agree
-Just a minute
-What do you mean?
-Could you give us an example?
-Could you play it again?
-Finished
-I dont understand
-What would it happen if.?

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