Lessons for Art and Music

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  • Cultural Contact and Exchange - … . S. cartoons, toys and video games, the adaptation of the music video genre by a variety of countries and cultures, or the worldwide … a specific film) Foreign films Film genres (e.g., martial arts, musicals) Food (U.S. restaurant chains established in other countries, ethnic … in the U. S., baseball played in Japan and Latin America.) Music and music videos Toys and games (e.g., video games, cartoon characters) Television …
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  • People Who Made a Difference in New York's History - … , communities, and state. Students view historic events through the eyes of those who were there, as shown in their art, writings, music, and artifacts. Standard 3- Key Idea 1- Performance indicators: Students locate places within the local community, state, and nation … as they finish their biographies and oral presentation) and use the computer to print it. Include word art and borders. Make it look inviting …
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  • Make It Snow - … been depicted in art and literature in many ways. Using a variety of Caldecott Award and Honor books depicting snow and images photographed by … , and Participating in the Arts Students will actively engage in the processes that constitute creation and performance in the arts (dance, music, theatre, and visual arts) and participate in various roles in the arts. Key Idea #1: Students will make works of art
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  • Flip for Book Reports - … and dialogues to illustrate elements of literature, characterization, and plot for a book review. Include original props to illustrate setting, character, and plot. Music … of Literature Characterization Plot Theme Dialogue Setting Props Music(optional) Research (nonfiction) Follow Up and Evaluation: Store in a data base online … assignment. This could be integrated in any subject with Language Arts and Reading. Follow-Up A data base of recorded book reviews …
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  • The Soundtrack of Your Life - … tension. Requirements for your CD cover and notes: 1. (15 points) Cover art and title. Original art and/or digital images or designs found in … , engaging, and enhance the analysis of the poem or song. TEXT FOR RUBRIC: Soundtrack of Your Life Rubric Popular Music Research and Writing Name: Criteria: Points Earned: CD Cover Art and Notes (60 points): 1. (6 points) Cover art and title. Original art and/or …
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  • Teaching 9/11 | Ideas and Projects From Teachers - … in events and difficult issues like these - with the historical record, with representations in literature, film and the arts and with writing and creative projects - to foster their growth into informed, thinking global citizens. And if you are … will then put the voice and image to music as a multimedia presentation to share with our school and our parent community. - Renee …
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  • Fill-In | Nicki Minaj - … that covered Nicki Minaj's pout at the MTV Video Music Awards last August. Or maybe it was the neon puffball … James, Trinidad and Tobago, to Queens with her parents when she was 5. As a young girl she loved music and drama, which … was recording an album.) She attended LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and Performing Arts and in 2007 began releasing digital mixtapes, including "Beam Me …
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  • Candles in the Dark - … the development of empathy and internalizing of a text or area of study, as an exercise in the art and power of the written word, as a skill-building experience in technology, and as meaningful participation in … with the candle and narration, the music, and the photo together create a powerful poetry project. Note: Students can also produce and print a …
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  • The Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly - Upper Elementary Science and Language Arts: iMovie, iPhoto, and iTunes The Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly The purpose … then create a timeline and storyboard for their movie to help them organize the camera shots, information, and music they will need. Students … and edit video and create a movie. • Use word-processing software to create a timeline and organize their research findings. • Locate or create music and
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  • Understanding Folklife and Folklore - … , occupational, religious, and regional." It continues, "Expressive culture and symbolic forms, such as custom, belief, technical skill, language, literature, art, architecture, music, play, dance, drama, ritual, pageantry, and handicraft. Generally … . And it is central to what makes us human. Folk arts are informal and local or regional. Examples include southern fiddle and banjo music, local …
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