The Homework Battle
Learn Music with Mrs. Jessica • 9m 56s
In "The Homework Battle", we will be using body percussion to stomp and clap the words. We will discuss form, dynamics, rhythm, and layer two rhythms together.
Materials needed- an electronic device or computer
Difficulty level- Younger students can learn the A section by just speaking the words or clapping and speaking. Older students should learn the whole lesson.
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