Recorder Lesson: Que Llueva
Posted April 6, 2016by
In this excerpt from Journey Around the Globe with Recorder!*, Darla Meek shares her lesson for soprano recorder, Que Llueva. This lesson includes a game, an Orff arrangement, and a contrasting section composed by the students.
*Copyright © 2016 by Sweet Pipes. Used with permission. Journey Around the Globe With Recorder! is a series of 24 lessons for teaching soprano recorder. Power points are included for each lesson to aid in presenting the material.
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Wonderful lesson. I can’t wait to implement in my classroom. Thank you.
You’re welcome! We hope your students enjoy this lesson and that you share their feedback with us! – Your friends at Teaching With Orff
Beautiful lesson. Looking forward to using it in my music classroom.
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Thank you so very much for this wonderful lesson plan! I appreciate your kindness very much.
We appreciate you, Nona! – Your friends at Teaching With Orff
May I have permission to try this lesson with my students at John Newbery Elementary in Wenatchee, WA?
Theresa L. Ogan
John Newbery Elementary
Theresa, thank you for your polite request. All of the lessons shared on Teaching With Orff, including Darla’s recorder lesson, are free for you to use with your students. We hope they bring much joy to your classroom! – Your friends at Teaching With Orff