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    When the main teacher start the activity that she will say a letter and if your name starts with that letter raise your hand, when the teacher said K she jumped up and her sister too and they raised their hands. Then the main teacher start to sing a song called "BINGO" which having a lot of tricky clapping, again K known this song and she sing it easily and she looked at her friend T, she teach him how to clap with the song and told him to clap with her, but the other song was called " if you happy and you know" it is a song with many steps and movement also K was on the step, she learned it quickly and as the teacher repeat the song it was ready and perfect. She was very active and happy. K has a great ability of movement, dancing and flow with the steps. As a preschooler, the child does not need any help standing alone or moving quickly and K shows that her interact with the songs, she "involve large body movements—improve dramatically during early childhood." ((Berger, 232) so her level of gross motor skills is typically. Again she shows her ability to lead and teach her friend T in clapping with the song, she also was very happy with the new song "cooperates with other children, Enjoy doing new things" (Development…

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    On the 26th of January, I had the opportunity to attend a workshop led by Kristen Lewis and Kate Klotz titled,”Boom, Boom, POW! Body Percussion and Hand Clapping Games for the K-8 Music Classroom.” This event took place at Colorado Music Education Association (CMEA) in Colorado Springs. The workshop audience consisted of approximately eighty Music Educators from all over Colorado who were energetic and eager to learn the songs and games being taught. Ms. Lewis and Ms. Klotz were energetic,…

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    when the lights came back up a group of people had silently moved to the middle of the black wooden stage. This group formed a circle, all facing each other and began clapping and stomping to create a synchronized rhythm. While they stomped and clapped, they sang-calling Step Afrika’s brothers and sisters to the floor. The room was animated because each clap and stomp echoed throughout the room as the audience joined in the clapping rhythm. When an entertainment act can get the audience to…

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    Upon listening to “Sheep, Sheep, Don’t You Know the Road” by Bessie Jones I immediately recognized the African American music traits. The song plays like a gospel choir in which, there is a verse by one singer, then followed by one by a group. In the background, you can hear stomps, although this is quickly subdued by the loud clapping rhythm. This clapping is called the “offbeat” and is known to be used in African American vocal music to create a “drumbeat”(Candelaria & Kingman 18). Although…

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    Airplane landing… clapping? Colombian people are extremely grateful, no matter what simple gesture they receive, they will thank it as much as possible. For many people, traveling in an airplane is boring, and they end up pissed off and with a horrible mood due to turbulences, their ears hurting and uncomfortable seats. But Colombians? Oh god! there's nothing that makes them as grateful as when an airplane lands. Imagine the worst flight ever, with turbulences, lights off, no bathroom…

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    have hit it, his leg muscles tightened and he pushed off, just like we had practiced so many times before. We flew over the jump and landed with a solid thump. The spectators in the stands erupted. The clapping and cheering was deafening but it was exactly what we had earned. The three day event was well worth all the training that my horse and I had put into it. Eventing is a thrilling three day event that a master and his or her horse perform in. It is not just to show how well a horse and…

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    we look at objectively, can we find what we are truly looking for. I relate this to everyday life. It is easy to get swept up in the flow of everyday life, taking things as they are, as face value, and not questioning things when they need to be questioned. For example, throughout most of primary and secondary school, we are taught that everything has an answer. Everything can be answered logically, simply, and in one explanation. Well, that might be so for test taking, but in life, there is not…

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    Community Club Reflection

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    Two years ago I joined Community Club. Community Club did not just mean helping out the community but being a leader to its youngest members as well. When I first began to start working with children I acted as childish as them. I started acting foolish and unprofessional. But soon enough I began to realize that these kids thought of me as their role model. This meant that I had to change the way I was acting. If these children were following my footsteps, it was my job to lead them to the right…

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    The Song “Mr Sandman” is a studio recorded folksong that was first recorded by Vaughn Monroe and his orchestra, and later interpreted by The Chordettes. This song is an example of a strophic song, as it has a limited number of melodies that are repeated throughout the song. It is sung by a a female quartet with a secondary accompaniment. The accompaniment consists of clapping, a drum set (membranophone), a bass (membranophone), something that sounds like a synthesizer (electronophone). The…

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    Classroom Transition

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    This intervention was used from the first day of school. Nevertheless, I will make a great attempt to ensure that every student, especially the most inattentive students, is leaving any task he/she is doing, focusing on me, and paying attention. Then, I will set up a clapping plan that I will start and the students will conclude. The students will be given specific instructions to stop what they are doing, do something with their hands, and have their eyes on me, listening for my directions or…

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