Hello, I am taking over a year 4 class and being observed for the first lesson. I know the class from teaching them some drama. Students need to learn about the range of sounds of the instruments of the orchestra and be able to identify them visually. I need to deliver a practical lesson. They have done some listening and written work. I was thinking: A card sort on arrival, with a good Mozart orchestral piece in the background. Listening to clips of different sounds of individual instruments...to recap. Focus on size of instuments e.g have a set of drums and class do a short rhythmic, layered piece. Ask questions on sound and relate to other families of instruments. Lead on to a short scat song layered by pitch, students to act out playing an instrument. Pleanary: Question /Answer on instruments. I need to work on a more exciting plenary. I'm unsure how to deliver this in a practical manner when only a few play instruments. I think if I used keyboards it will take away from the visual aspect required in the scheme of work. Perhaps someone knows a fun song about the orchestra. I've looked at the orchestra song but it sounds too high. I would welcome any ideas. Thank you.