Lessons for Music

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  • Amazon MP3 to challenge Apple iTunes - … around the class and talk to other students about MP3 music and music players. Change partners often. After you finish, sit with … Apple's sales 8. gaining a h. awaited music download service 9. buy music downloads alongside i. foothold in the market 10 … enjoys such a large slice of the digital music market? f) Do you think music downloads are reasonably priced? g) Do you … : Write a magazine article about the digital music revolution and what the future of music will look like Include imaginary interviews with …
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  • Serbia wins Eurovision Song Contest - … European rock is set to take over the music world. WARM-UPS 1. MUSIC: Walk around the class and talk to other … singers" in the classroom about being famous. 4. MUSIC GENRES: Which of these music genres would you like to be good at … (s). Students A think pop music is rubbish; students B think pop music is the best kind of music. Change partners and topics … / F d. One fan was happy that Serbian music has risen in world music. T / F e. The Eurovision Song Contest has …
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  • Songs in the Key of Lit: Ways to Use Music to Study Literature - … its meaning. Materials | Literary selections, as described below; music player and selections of music Warm-Up | Tell students to get into small … the music of texts by performing them using simple musical instruments (even homemade ones - oatmeal canister drum, anyone?) or recorded music. Using Music as a Teaching Tool: Since students often find music more accessible than literature, ask them …
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  • Eight Days on Deafness and ASL - … Activity: (10-12 Minutes) Play classical music and have students draw pictures of what the music sounds like to them. Give them … assessed to make sure students understand the concept of representing music visually. List of materials. Paper Crayons Classical CD CD Player … -number addition, subtraction, multiplication and division situations. 25.A.1c Music: Identify differences in elements and expressive qualities (e.g., between …
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  • 1.3 Squawking is talking - … a song using routine or repetition musical phrase a unit of musical meter that has a complete musical sense of its own pattern … to music and music performances. 2.MR.1.1 Illustrate prominent musical characteristics or specific musical events while listening to and/or singing music. 2 … terminology in explaining music, music notation, music instruments and voices, and music performances. Goal 8: The learner will understand relationships between music, the other arts …
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  • Music Style - … 1 Describe audience etiquette associated with various music performances and settings. Fine Arts Music Valuing Music/Aesthetic Reflection Benchmark B Reflect on why others may have different music preferences. Indicator 4 Identify elements of music that … own musical preferences and appreciate the musical preferences of others. Students are encouraged to expand their musical preferences beyond the most popular music in …
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  • Music and Math: What Are The Chances? - … this lesson, students will create their own chance music (aleatoric music) compositions using standard music notation. They will use worksheets to compose four … . Vocabulary: *Term in the Fine Arts Academic Content Standards Music Glossary. aleatoric music music composed or performed randomly, characterized by chance fraction - part … of vocabulary words. Students research chance music (aleatoric music). Students listen to audio recordings of chance music, if available. Research Connections: Bahna-James …
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  • Jingle Sells, Jingle Sells - … lives. Indicator 5 Identify various uses of music in their daily experiences. Fine Arts Music Connections, Relationships, and Applications Benchmark A Compare … lyrics in English language arts or music class and compose the music for their jingles in music class to market original products that … Academic Content Standards Music Glossary accompaniment * invented notation icons or symbols that represent the music; notation looks like the music sounds jingle an …
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  • What?s That Noise? Composing Electronically - … music genre of music in which tones are produced by electricity; the three types of electronic music are musique concrete, synthesizer music and computer music found sounds* MIDI Musical Instrument Digital Interface multitrack recorder a … .eae.org Detailed information about electronic music, music concrete, composers and instruments www.emfinstitute.emf.org Electronic Music Foundation homepage; very informative; great …
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  • Scoring It Big With Technology - … will gain hands-on experience using technology to create music scores for music performances. They will complete projects individually or in groups … strengths and interests. Extensions: Students may experiment with serial music using music-printing technology to create and manipulate original rows, retrogrades, inversions … to input music with a music print program 1 2 3 4 5 I used keystrokes to input music with a music print program …
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