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Use corresponding movements or actions to respond to prominent music characteristics (such as patterns in rhythm, melodic contour, dynamics, and form) while listening to and/or singing music.
personal space for moving safely SBG)
what direction is the melody moving(?up, down or repeating) (SBG)
how to be silent while listening, even if not always still(SBG)
have repeated exposure to examples reinforcing basic music terminology (rhythm, melody, dynamics, form) in order to move their bodies in response to the selection (SBG)
Recognize melodic patterns, rhythmic patterns, dynamics, and forms when presented aurally.

Compare appropriate behaviors for different types of music performances (such as outdoor concerts, concerts with audience participation, vocal concerts, etc.).

Classify timbre by pitched or unpitched instruments and sounds.
every person and instrument makes a unique sound (CAH)
Is it a high or low sound? Is the sound being made by blowing through an instrument, being plucked or played with a bow, or is the instrument being tapped, rattled, or shaken? (CAH)
The different instrument families and voice types. (CAH)
have repeated exposure to examples of different pitched and unpitched instruments and sound (CAH)