category EDCI306A

Music Lesson Reflection

During today’s class, Jessica, Madi, Hailey, Emma and I taught our lesson on integrating music and movement (physical education) into the classroom. Collectively, we set out to develop a lesson where afterwards the student would be able to understand the… Continue Reading →

Protected: Final Ukulele Video

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Final Music Post

This is my last musical growth blog for the semester regarding the ukulele. I have come leaps and bounds from where I initially started. Before this musical growth assignment I have never picked up a ukulele; now I am able… Continue Reading →

Singing while Playing

Now that I have practiced the strumming patterns for Riptide by Vance Joy, I am now moving towards singing while I play. I don’t want to get ahead of myself, so for the past few days I have been saying… Continue Reading →

Familiarizing Myself with Riptide

The second song I chose to learn on the ukulele is Riptide by Vance Joy. I selected this song because I wanted to find a beginner ukulele song that I could easily sing along too. Originally I was supposed to… Continue Reading →

Ukulele Midterm Video

This is my video of “Hey soul sister” by Train on the ukulele, hope you enjoy! Ukulele Progress Video  

Hey soul sister by Train (Resource)

This is one of the main resources I used to teach myself the strumming patterns of “Hey soul sister” by Train. The way she broke it down was very clear and concise, thus allowing me to pick the pattern up… Continue Reading →

My Plan of Action

Due to the fact my final song Hey soul sister by Train has become my midterm song, I need a new plan of action for the rest of the semester! I want to pick a song that is challenging, but… Continue Reading →

Chords and Strumming Patterns

Before learning to play any chords, I made an effort to know which string was which. In piano I was taught an acronym for treble clef lines, Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge; and treble clef spaces, FACE. This really helped when… Continue Reading →

Adjusting my Musical Growth Plan

The song I originally chose to learn on the ukulele for my midterm is “Love yourself” by Justin Bieber, however this song has proven itself to be more difficult than I initially thought. After three weeks of practicing for roughly… Continue Reading →

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