The rhythm study | English homework help

 Use the three representative, “play” objects from The Childhood Space Exercise. Record your exercise in an audio recording, post the recording and your essay in the “Discussions” link. Take time to investigate the objects with each of your senses. One of the objects has a deeper resonance’ than the others. Place the object down and sit erect and comfortably in a chair, close your eyes, and practice slow methodical breathing. Inhale on a four-count, pause for a four-count, exhale on four, and pause for four. Repeat the cycle until the mind becomes quiet. Now, follow the directions on the recorded audio guide. Begin the exercise by sitting quietly with eyes closed and only clap out the rhythms. Feel free to express any rhythms physically, they can be simple or as complex as a drum solo. After completing the exercise, remember the most powerful sense memory recollection and its accompanying emotion. What was the most distinct memory? Did you re-experience any sensation? What sense did you remember most vividly? What was the moment you re-experienced most vividly? What happened during that memory? How did you feel about that movement? Where did that memory feel strongest in your body? Write a 250-word essay on your experience and post it for class reaction. Be sure to talk about what you experienced while clapping out the rhythm of the personality.

 

“I am the drum, you are the drum, and we are the drum. Because the whole world revolves in rhythm, and rhythm is the soul of life, for everything that we do in life is in rhythm.” – Babatunde Olatunji

  

Checklist:

1: Post a minimum length 250-word essay describing your experience while clapping out the rhythm of the person you encounter during your sense-memory exercise.

2. Respond with a minimum 25-word post to the Discussion Topic in the Discussion Board for the exercise (1 pt.)

3. Comment on a classmates’ entry with a 25-word minimum length post in the Discussion Board for the exercise (.5 pt.)

4. Comment on a classmates’ entry with a 25-word minimum length post in the Discussion Board for the exercise (.5 pt.)

Describe an artist’s use of rhythm in an art form other than music.

Discussion for Exercise 4: Rhythm Exercise

Rubric

Rubric Exercise 4 (1)Rubric Exercise 4 (1) Criteria 

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome The Rhythm Study One of the objects from the “Childhood Space” exercise will have a deeper resonance than the others. Place the object down and sit erect and comfortably in a chair, close your eyes, and practice slow methodical breathing and follow the directions on the recorded audio guide, Only clap out the rhythm of the person you encounter during the sense-memory aspect of the exercise, the rhythms of the personality can be simple or as complex as a drum solo. After completing the exercise, remember the most powerful sense memory recollection and its accompanying emotion. What was the most distinct memory? Describe that memory in detail in a minimum length essay of 250-words and post it in the Discussion Board for the exercise. Post an audio recording of your “Rhythm Study” for extra credit. BE SURE TO DISCUSS YOUR EXPERIENCE WHILE CLAPPING OUT THE RHYTHM TO THE PERSON YOU ENCOUNTERED DURING THE SENSE-MEMORY ASPECT OF THE EXERCISE!

Ratings Pts

7 pts Exceeds expectations The student describes the sense-memory that keyed them into the most vivid and real recollection of a past event and its remembered physical sensations. The student recounts the details of the remembered experience in a short narrative and posts it in the Discussion Board for the exercise. The essay observes appropriate grammar and composition. BE SURE TO DISCUSS YOUR EXPERIENCE WHILE CLAPPING OUT THE RHYTHM OF THE INDIVIDUAL YOU ENCOUNTER DURING THE SENSE-MEMORY ASPECT OF THE EXERCISE!  

 
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