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Listening for History: Using Jazz Music as a Primary Source
8th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Designed as a teacher resource, a packet identifies resources and approaches instructors can use to incorporate jazz into their history classes. Materials are identified by historical era, from the roots of jazz prior to World War I to...
Lesson 1: Introduce The Unit And Read Dragonfly, By Georgia Heard
3rd - 5th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewAfter being introduced to a 16-lesson unit, budding poets take part in a grand conversation and interpret a reading of the free-verse poem "Dragonfly" by Georgia Heard. Small groups work together to create and perform a dance that...
A Stomping Good Time: Using Found Instruments and Invented Rhythms to Make Beautiful Music
3rd - 12th
Learners work in small groups to use everyday objects to create performances inspired by the work of STOMP. They create a system of notation to document the music and movement of a 2-minute performance.
Musical Activities for Early Childhood Inclusion
Pre-K - 1st CCSS: Adaptable
Get your movers and shakers grooving to the beat with this series of musical activities designed to meet everyone's needs! Ten games, using an assortment of instruments, bring awareness to one's body, brain, and social interactions in a...
The Power of Nonviolence: Music Can Change the World
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Here is a fantastic activity through which class members discover how music has the ability to influence others in a meaningful way. After reviewing selected pieces and modern-day protest songs, learners will research other songs that...
Using Harmonic Vision’s Music Ace Software to Reinforce Basic Music Skills
If you have access to Harmonic Vision’s Music Ace Software, then this lesson plan could work for you. Kindergarteners use the video music software to place, identify, and read musical notes. They listen in and identify both high and low...
Lesson: Urs Fischer: Reviving the Past Art Movements
9th - 12th
Seven major abstract art movements are analyzed by learners in groups. Each group analyzes various works by determining which work belongs to which movement. They then read Flatland, engage in an art and literary analysis discussion,...