3. Describing instruments, composers and singers

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 thought on “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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