Boxing Quarter, 8th & 16th Notes Rhythms Lesson #27
Name: Kevin Holmes
Date Scheduled: 3/2/20
Lesson Length: 50
Grade: K - 4th
# of Students: 28/31
Unit Length: 1 of 2 wks.
Each student will correctly play and count Quarter, 8th &16th Notes.
“I can count 8tth and 16th Notes.”
Thoughtful Ed: Memory Word Mississippi = 16th notes Baby= 8th notes
Arts and Humanities:
AH-E.1.1.31 Rhythm: meter (duple, triple), time (meter) signature (2/4, 3/4, 4/4), bar lines, rhythmic durations (whole, half, quarter, and 8th notes and rests), fermata
New learning and rhythm lesson extension.
Boxing Gloves, Dice, Marker Board, Rhythm Sticks, Boxing Gloves
Electronic Piano and Midi Sound Module
I. Opening Procedures: Call Role using memory word for Kinder and 1st.
Call Role using rhythm chants and claps with 8th and 16th notes.
Body Rhythm: feet quarter notes, hands 8th and 16th notes.
II. Main Lesson: Define 8th and 16th notes…..Draw examples of each.
Focus on the use of fractions to make 16th notes.
Demonstrate the rhythm counting process using Eastman
System and the Word System.
Rehearse class in call and response format.
Kinder – 1st: Students play joia tubes and rhythm sticks to various examples.
2nd, 3rd, 4th : Explain and Demonstrate the Boxing 16th Note Rhythms.
Students roll dice to select an example to perform in a mock
Boxing Match using quarter, 8th and 16th note rhythms.
IV. Written Work: Students copy examples from the board and write the correct counts underneath.
Performance activity: reproducing & performing rhythms with hands.
Written: work sheet #3