Yankee Doodle

Yankee Doodle

YankeeDoodle Yank - ee Stuck a Yank - Doo - dle feath-er went to town a - rid - ing his cap and the mu - sic step and mac-a called it Ya...

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YAI\IKEE DOODLE SINGING Sing the songandclap the beat. Singthe songandwalk the beat. Singthe song,stepthe beat,andclap the rhythmic pattem.(thewords) Sing the song,stepthe beatandturn with eachnew phrase. Sing andmove with the entire songthis way. First line of four beats- sing Secondline - stepthe beat Third line - put in your inner hearing Fourth line - clap the rhythmic pattern Fifth line- sing Sixth line - stepthe beat Seventhline - put in your inner hearing Eighth line - clap the rhythmic pattern( How many beatsto this song?) PLAYING Divide the classinto tlree groups. Assign instrumentsto groups2 and 3. Group I singsthe first phrase. Rhythm sticksplay on the secondphrase.(group2) lnner hearingon the third phrase(whole class). Jinglebells on the fourth phrase.(group3) Continuelike this for the restof the song. Let studentschoosewhich instrumentsthey think areappropriateto accompanythe song. Havestudentsdecidewhetherinstrumentalaccompanimentshouldbe loud or soft. CREATING Make a beatchart for this song. Make a rhythmic patternchartfor this song. Make a phrasechart for this song. Createan introductionusinginstrumentsor voicesfor the song. Would you be ableto divide this songinto four phrases?Createa movement activity for eachphrasethat would feel goodwith the singingof the song. LISTENING Usethis songasa mysterysongby clappingthe rhythmic pattern. The studentwho correctlyidentifiesthe songcanchoosehow the studentswill performthe song. They can sing,useinstruments,addmovement. Try phrasingthe songin different ways. Which seemsto be the bestway? Why? Studentscandiscussand comparewhat they hear. CURzuCULUMINTEGRATION- Reading,SocialStudies Sharethe wonderfulbook,YANKEE DOODLEby StevenKellogg ISBN 0-689-80726-0 Sing along asYankeeDoodle makeshis famousride throughthe battlefieldsof the RevolutionaryWar. Go behindthe lines in the Americancamp,spy on British soldiers, and cheerfor CaptainWashingtonashe leadshis bravetroopsin battle againstthe Redcoats. Many of our nation's taditional songshavefascinatingfactsand storiesbehindthem. This songwas sungby the British at the beginningof the AmericanRevolutionto poke fun at the colonists. ln1777,the Americantroopsreclaimedit asthefuown. The song was given the lyrics we sing todayby EdwardBangswho servedasa minutemanat the Battleof Lexington.