Lessons for Art and Music

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  • Into the Next Millennium - … decide on a topic of focus within their major category (art, music, literature, politics, wars, religion, economy, etc.) that they will trace … of music, or musicians. One member of the group could trace clothing design trends while another could research famous leaders, and so … origin: Cultures and their recorded contributions to civilization Origin of food crops Artists and art forms Composers and music Actors and theatre Clothing and fashion trends Famous …
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  • I Hear Poetry - … famous poem and try to add music to add to the communication of its ideas. * Choose a music video to listen to and watch … how poetry and music reflect the culture of different people around the world. * Choose poets from different time periods and see how their … first name and alliteration. (Tiny Terrible Tina) Allusion: reference to a well-known person, place, literary work or work of art. Example …
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  • The 1930s: Drastic Times Call For Drastic Measures - … time period. Unit Technology Connections : * Have students look for photographs and music of this era, which may be obtained from the Library … that period. Interdisciplinary Connections : * Fine Arts: Music Have students listen to a song about the Dust Bowl and write their own lyrics to … * Okies 3 The Dust Bowl - Grade 10 Technology Connections : Photographs and music of this era may be obtained from the Library of …
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  • A Tale Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying . . . Everything? - … naming, popular films, and music? b. What does Marjorie Garber believe is revealed about each era when references, treatment and interpretations of Shakespeare … terms of dialogue and scene direction. Also have students outline the choices the filmmaker made in scenery, costume, and music that affect interpretation. Academic Content Standards: Language Arts Standard 1- Demonstrates competence in the general skills and strategies of the …
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  • What Does a Cowboy Do? - … , music, art and writing activities enhances learning. Suther, L., & Larkin, V. (1996) Early Childhood Arts Games (ERIC Education Resource Information Center) ED403-056 The arts are central to quality early childhood programs. Using games, music, dance and movement help develop physical skills such as coordination, jumping, and
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  • The Political Ad as Mini-film: Developing Critical Analysis - … recorded separately. The soundtrack will also typically include sound effects and music. The overlaying of on-screen graphics onto a film is … black-and-white? 9. How have the images been edited together? 10. What music (if any) do you hear? What kind of music … following questions: CURRICULUM STANDARDS ADDRESSED New York City English Language Arts: E1c, E3b, E3d, E5a, E6a TO VIEW This biographical ad …
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  • Looking Back at 2010: Teaching Ideas - … of 2010 (So Far) The Arts, from The Times "Year in Culture" Special Art and Design: "Big Bucks and Been-There Fare" Film: "The Cinematic State of Things" Television: "Unexpected, Unfiltered, Unbelievable, Unctuous" Pop Music: "2010 … the audience that the setting is 2010? What music, fashions or other visual and aural clues could you use? 7. Define the …
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  • Dancing Silhouettes - Dancing Silhouettes by Monique Ducroux View More Images Categories Curriculum: Art, Dance & Music Age/Grade: Early Childhood Subject: Drawing, Performance Materials: Crayons … lesson about statues, these youngsters looked at Keith Haring pictures and drew their own silhouettes on the asphalt outside their school … trace a silhouette. To study the art of Keith Haring. Materials Keith Haring pictures Chalk (white and colored) Camera Procedure INTRODUCTION First …
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  • Stories to Tell: Curating an African-American History Exhibit - … 's "Beloved." Or music students might devote various sections to major music genres in African-American culture, like blues and jazz. Which Story … ; culture, including music, visual arts and sports; and community, focused around important places in the United States. How should we focus and divide our exhibit … from underground, independent, or indie artists, and a couple major label acts too. " ? Thomas A What Music Are You Listening To? " I …
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  • Habitats through Pictures - … expected to: (A) Observe and describe the habitats of organisms within an ecosystem. 110.5. English Language Arts and Reading, Grade 3. (3) Listening/speaking/audiences/oral grammar. The student speaks appropriately to different audiences for different purposes and … vi at: http://www.sxc.hu/ Students will narrate and add music to the pictures. Teacher will monitor student's work throughout …
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