“Which One Doesn’t Belong” is a thinking routine that encourages students to use academic language and to create arguments for their choice. We had fun at our staff meeting exploring the following.
Of course, I started thinking about how I could use the idea in music class. Rhythm, as a naturally mathematical concept, seemed like the easiest place to start. I thought it would be fun, and it would encourage students to rhythmic vocabulary. Here is the grid I created.
What other music related grids could be made?
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