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Music - 3rd

Exploring the World of Music

Welcome to our exciting music lesson! Today, we will dive into the wonderful world of music and explore its different elements. By the end of this lesson, you will know about various musical instruments, understand basic music notation, and be able to create your own musical composition. Let's get started!

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify and describe different musical instruments
  • Understand basic music notation
  • Create a simple musical composition


This lesson will be a combination of teacher-led instruction, group discussions, and hands-on activities. We will use visual aids, audio samples, and interactive games to make the learning experience engaging and enjoyable.


  • Visual aids (posters, pictures, or videos of musical instruments)
  • Audio samples of different musical instruments
  • Whiteboard or blackboard
  • Markers or chalk
  • Blank sheet music
  • Various musical instruments (if available)


Introduction (10 minutes)

Begin the lesson by asking the students what they already know about music. Write their responses on the board. Then, explain that music is a form of art that uses sound to express emotions and tell stories.

Exploring Musical Instruments (20 minutes)

Show the students visual aids or videos of different musical instruments such as the piano, guitar, violin, flute, and drums. Discuss each instrument's appearance, sound, and how it is played. Encourage students to ask questions and share their thoughts.

Understanding Music Notation (15 minutes)

Introduce the concept of music notation, which is a system of writing music using symbols. Show the students a simple piece of sheet music and explain how the notes represent different sounds. Teach them about basic symbols such as the treble clef, quarter notes, and half notes.

Creating a Musical Composition (30 minutes)

Divide the students into small groups and provide each group with blank sheet music. Instruct them to create a simple musical composition using the symbols they learned about. Encourage creativity and collaboration within the groups. Once they are done, have each group perform their composition for the class.


To assess the students' understanding, observe their participation during class discussions and group activities. Additionally, collect their individual compositions and evaluate them based on their use of music notation and creativity.

By the end of this lesson, students should:

  • Know about different musical instruments
  • Understand basic music notation
  • Be able to create a simple musical composition

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6 months ago
Common Core State Standards for Music Education

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