Tonal pattern composition lesson plan

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This resource is intended for choral music classes and can be used either in person or through virtual instruction. Students select tonal patterns from their assigned repertoire, compose a new pattern in Noteflight, and transfer that pattern to Soundtrap for extension activities.

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This resource is intended for choral music classes and can be used either in person or through virtual instruction. Students select tonal patterns from their assigned repertoire, compose a new pattern in Noteflight, and transfer that pattern to Soundtrap for extension activities. This is a great assignment to encourage creativity in the choral classroom and to help students learn repertoire through improvisation within a set of parameters. This resource is delivered as a PDF with an accompanying Google Drive link that can be copied and edited.

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Danielle Larrick

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About the Author

Danielle E. Larrick is a musician-educator in her 12th year of teaching who believes in the value of middle school music as a means of identity, expression, and connection. She focuses on designing practical, innovative, and engaging music curricula for middle school students. Danielle holds a B.M. in Music Education from Temple University and a Masters in Music Education from The University of the Arts. She served as the K-8 music teacher in an urban Philadelphia Charter School for two years. Currently, she teaches general music and directs the choirs at Gerald Huesken Middle School.

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