At the end of this learning session, the students should be able to: A. will learn to identify the names of the notes on the staff in the treble clef. B. appreciates how the notes in the treble clef are important. C. creates new idea in forming a music.
II. Subject Matter
A. Topic Lesson: Notes in the Five Main Lines of the Treble Clef
B. Instructional Materials
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A. Preliminary Activity
1. Opening Prayer
2. Checking of Attendance
3. Mood Setting
Teacher’s Activity| Student’s Activity|
Hi class Good Morning! Today we will have a new lesson. Are you excited to learn new lesson? But before that I’m going to show you these pictures. What do you call this? (Showing G-clef)Okay, you are raising you hand, Ms./Mr. _____________________Very good! Ms. /Mr. _____________________. You may sit down.Now, this one what can do you called this? (Showing the Staff)Yes you Ms. /Mr. _____________________.That’s right, Thank you Ms. /Mr. _____________________. And last, what is this? (Showing Quarter Note)Yes you Ms. /Mr. _____________________.Yes, thank you Ms. /Mr. _____________________.Okay, children. Look at the picture of the Staff.What do you observe?Let’s hear from, Ms. /Mr. _____________________.And how many lines and spaces does the Staff has? Very good observation, Ms. /Mr. _____________________.Ms. /Mr. ______________ said that the Staff has five lines and four spaces and that is right.Today, you will learn about the Five Main Lines and the Four spaces of the...