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Young scholars discover the music of Louis Armstrong. In this jazz lesson, students are introduced to Armstrong's trumpet and vocal art in a matching game, then listen to a sampling of his music and respond in writing.
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When The Saints Go Marching In: A Lesson for Middle School Keyboard Lab Students
After listening to a variety of interpretations of "When the Saints Go Marching In," partners compose and then perform their own renditions of this classic before joining a full-class jam session.
6th - 8th Visual & Performing Arts
Louis Armstrong: Sculptor of Sound
In this music worksheet on Louis Armstrong, learners read about early jazz and Louis Armstrong, then complete 4 sentences using the information, team up with others and practice scat singing, and answer one "make connections" question.
4th - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
Louis Armstrong Hot Five
Young scholars investigate the history and development of jazz by studying the Louis Armstrong Hot Five. They listen to music and define how Armstrong strengthened the concept of the solo as a part of jazz. They complete guided listening...
8th - 10th Visual & Performing Arts
African Americans Seen Through the Eyes of the Newsreel Cameraman
Fifth graders learn about this history of jazz music. In this musical influences lesson, 5th graders read God Bless the Childand listen to a recording of it. Students create a KWL chart on jazz and early 1900s music and dance. Students...
5th Visual & Performing Arts