Grade 3 students are learning about Choir under the unit of Genre (Western classical music). During the tuning in activity, students watched few videos of choir followed by a discussion on number of members in a choir. Students demonstrated a high level of enthusiasm throughout the session and enjoyed learning.
Here I am sharing the lyrics of the song and request you to encourage your child to practice at home. A kind request to share their performance/reflection through DD.
Wish you a happy learning 🙂
RIGHT TO SURVIVE
There’s a land where the animals roamed wild and free
To the rhythm of the seasons and in nature’s harmony.
Through they did us no harm we just couldn’t let them be.
And they’ll never return when they’ve gone.
They’ve a right to survive, we must help them stay alive.
We must all lend a hand, we must save the promised land.
For the world cannot wait, there’s no time to hesitate.
We can’t bury our heads in the sand.
There’s a land where the forest grew thick and green
To the pattern of the earth and in nature’s colour scheme.
Now we chop it away at a million trees a day
And the land will turn to sand when they’re gone.
There’s a sea where the whales sang peacefully.
To the rhythm of the ocean and in nature’s harmony.
But we couldn’t hear their song, so we didn’t sing along
And they’ll never sing again when they’ve gone.
There’s a land where the people danced happy and free.
To the rhythm of the earth and in nature’s harmony.
Now they’ll never dance again and they’re crying out in pain
For they cannot plant their grain in the sand.
**Chorus = They’ve a right to survive………..We can’t bury our heads in the sand.**