Lessons for Music

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  • So You Want To Be A... - … consider: music education, instrumental or vocal performance, conducting, composing, music for worship, music business, instrument making and repair, music publishing, music communications, recording industry, music business, entertainment attorney, television and radio industry, music technology, music engineering, music
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Aesthetic Connections in Music and Visual Art ... - … may use modern music composition technology to create their music. This works especially well in high school general music or music appreciation classes. Students … organized mixed meter* motif* perspective* phrase* pitch* polyphonic* referential music or program music - music composed to represent a story, poem, person, place or … may explore meanings in music on their own using popular music or assigned music. They can investigate program versus absolute music, the effect of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • !Escucha! ?Puedes oir los sonidos? Listen! Can You ... - … are singing) to mention that the voice is an instrumento musical (music instrument) too. Ask students questions, such as " Suenan lo mismo … feelings through music activity Deepen the exploration of the music and language connection with this music activity. Students can demonstrate how music can help … and demonstrate elements of music using developmentally appropriate music vocabulary. Indicator 1: Identify and demonstrate contrasting elements of music (e.g., dynamics: loud …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Sad Music Helps Mend Broken Hearts - … strongly believe sad music, not up-tempo, music mends a broken heart; Students B strongly believe upbeat music, not sad music, mends a broken … that ____ a. downbeat music is best b. upbeat music is better c. downbeat music is better d. upbeat music is best 3) It … these (and why): classical music, rock and roll or folk music. Role B - Classical music You think classical music is best to help people … of these (and why): classical music, blues or folk music. Role D - Folk music You think folk music is best to help people overcome …
    User Rating: Grade Level: , ESL
  • Britney Spears' Music Scares off Pirates - … company will have its ____ a. own musically choice b. own music choice c. own musical choice d. own musician choice 6) This … company will have its ____ a. own musically choice b. own music choice c. own musical choice d. own musician choice 6) This … could the pirates hate the music so much? h) What other things could loud music stop? i) What music would you play to … from using their music for torture. ( ) choose Britney Spears' music. He added: "Each security company will have its own music choice." ( ) for weeks …
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  • A Brief History of Jazz! - … -8) Music 13. Identify characteristic differences in music of various cultures. AED(6-8) Music 12. Identify the relationship of American music to American … -8) Music 13. Identify characteristic differences in music of various cultures. AED(6-8) Music 12. Identify the relationship of American music to American … on jazz music) -Music history books -Class notebooks (for taking notes) -One blank CD-R (for listening exam on jazz music) -Music history books …
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  • Music: A Vehicle for Wartime Protest - … -8) Music 12. Identify the relationship of American music to American history. AED(6-8) Music 14. Identify the relationship between music and other … -8) Music 12. Identify the relationship of American music to American history. AED(6-8) Music 14. Identify the relationship between music and other … -8) Music 12. Identify the relationship of American music to American history. AED(6-8) Music 14. Identify the relationship between music and other …
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  • Rhythmic Discovery - Read Simple Rhythmic Patterns - … student in setting requirements later needed to read music. Content Standard(s): AED(K) Music 1. Sing simple songs alone and with … Objective(s): Each student will demonstrate rhythm by playing various musical instruments. Students will also apply knowledge of rhythm through several … student in setting requirements later needed to read music.Content Standard(s): AED(K) Music 1. Sing simple songs alone and with …
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  • Exploring Musical Form through Performing, Movement ... - … Five multiple times throughout the school year, incorporating other musical performance contexts and musical styles, to help students master AB and verse-refrain forms. Pre-Assessment: Play recorded music examples or perform live music works that use verse-refrain form or AB … students easily can recognize twopart music. Day Five 20. Remind the students about musical form or sections in music. 21. Explain that form …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • What is a Musician and How do I Act During ... - … - Music Valuing Music/Aesthetic Reflection Benchmark B Demonstrate audience behavior appropriate for the context and style of music. Indicator 2 Attend live music performances … the teacher the correct side for a particular style of music and musical context, as they listen to a live or recorded … wall mural depicting appropriate audience behavior for different styles of music and music contexts. You could take digital pictures of the students …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
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