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Untuned percussion

Photograph of capston being turned

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Ch. to perform sea shanties to whole class and record.

Ch. to listen to recordings and evaluate with two stars and a wish according to success criteria.

Children to reflect on their learning relationships within the group

Allocate each group of 5 or 6 a sea shanty

Ch. to familiarise themselves with shanties by reading through lyrics

Ch. to plan a performance of their sea shanty and rehearse

Each performance must include miming of  jobs the sailors will be doing on board the SS Great Britain, a strong

rhythmic pulse using body or other untuned percussion and of course confidently sung or chanted lyrics

Leading on from connecting activity, explain that the song is a sea shanty which were sung by sailors on ships like the SS Great Britain and earlier sail ships. Explain that they were working songs and were sung with a very strong rhythmical beat.

Play recording of “The Fire Down Below”

Explain that this is a capston shanty and show picture of capston being turned to raise anchor.

Ch. to sing lyrics

Play recording of “What shall we do with the drunken sailor?”

Children to sing along. Discuss vocab: scupper, bowline, hoist and brig. Children to consider who the lyrics were written and sung by

How can we perform a sea shanty?

Plenary/

Assessment

Elli Based

Activity

Whole class teaching

Connecting Activity

Focus Question

ELLI

Curiosity

Strategic Awareness

Changing

Resilience

Creativity

Learning Relationships

SUBJECT: Music

Meaning making

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