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3. Describing instruments, composers and singers

on November 23, 2012

With this post we will continue working on our Game for the Currículum Integrado in groups. We will describe instruments of the orchestra, a classical composer and a contemporary singer.

Activity for student 1: Include the picture of a famous classical composer (Mozart, Beethoven, Albéniz, Chopin). You will write three descriptions. Only one of them is the correct one. Write about his or her physical appearance: Beethoven has wavy grey hair. His eyes are black. He has a round face. Visit this website to see pictures of famous classical composers.

Activity for student 2: Include the picture of a famous pop or rock star at present. You will write three descriptions. Only one of them is the correct one. Write about his or her physical appearance: Rihanna has short wavy red hair. Her eyes are brown. She has a round face and a big mouth. Visit this website to see pictures of famous singers.

Activity for student 3: You will describe three musical instruments of the orchestra and include only one picture. This is an example of a description of an instrument: It is a large instrument with 47 strings, which are stretched across a wooden frame. The bottom part of the wooden frame is hollow.

Visit this website to search the information about instruments.

Activity for coordinators: Download a model document for your game board: GAME BOARD
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One response to “3. Describing instruments, composers and singers

  1. Adrian 1ºB says:

    Hello teacher , I am Adrian Rivero of class 1ºb.I practice the activities . The activities are mery fun. For my minimum 5 positive. 🙂

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