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This movie music unit is a great way to engage upper elementary and middle school students and get them composing, listening, analyzing, and thinking about music! Students will learn about the importance of music and sound in film, different music jobs within the film industry (especially focusing o
This video game music unit is a great way to engage upper elementary and middle school students and get them composing, listening, analyzing, and thinking about music! Students will learn about videogame composers by watching videos of interviews, analyze music from video games and discuss various a
Use these worksheets to get your students composing their own melodies, accompaniments, and rhythm patterns! These worksheets are designed to help guide students, from lower elementary through middle and even high school, through the process of composing. Rhythm and pitch banks, clear, big staves an
This is my favorite way to get my students engaged in learning about various musical genres. This purchase includes: - A list of 60 genres for students to choose from - Project guidelines including a list of questions to answer, explanation of pictures to include on poster, and an example project -
This set includes step by step guidance to help students compose using the following forms: ABA, ABACA, ABCBA in 3/4 meter or 4/4 meter. Choose the form and meter you want to focus on with your kids. There are three levels of composition templates to choose from. Use as much or as little as will
This Music Project is a fun and creative project for Middle School and General Music students It has everything that you need included, all you have to do is print the pages that suit your needs and you and your students are ready to go! It is a Performance and Composition assignment that has been v
This fun and engaging composition activity was inspired by one of my favorite campfire treats: S'mores! The pages can be used as slides, on iPad or other tablet, printed, and more. Step by step instructions lead students to compose their very own song over a period of days or weeks depending on your
This freebie is featured in the Music in Our Schools Month Melody eBook! (Release Date 3.23.15)This free resource is a way to engage your students in beginning composition. The resource is intended for use in the recorder classroom, but is not recorder-specific and can be used in other classes as we
Used with my upper middle school students, this unit teaches basic music theory including all the steps necessary for major scale construction and I,IV, V chord construction. Once you've walked your class through these basics put their knowledge to work as they follow my step-by-step guide for wri
Rhythm Value Charts - FREE download This FREE download consists of EIGHT rhythm pyramid charts showing NOTE and REST values using both North American AND British terminology.CHART:1. Note values from the whole note through to the eighth note - using North American terminology2. Note values from the
In this unit, students will gain a basic understanding of chordal song structure, and use that knowledge to create music using the GarageBand app. Students will need access to iPads for this unit, but can easily work in groups of 4-5 students per one iPad. As this is also an "Introduction" to Ga
** Perfect for Distance Learning!** These projects were designed for the busy music teacher who needs help with starting or organizing a Music Technology course, or who simply wants to add some music tech or songwriting into the classes they already teach. The best part is, you do NOT have to be a p
Looking for fun and engaging music assignments for your Middle and General Music classes? Then look no further with this bundle of classroom tested music composition and performance assessments designed to inspire creativity in young musicians.Click here to stay up to date with latest product releas
This Music Assignment is designed for Middle and High School Music students. It is a Performance and Composition assessment project that has been very successful in my own Music Classroom. Everything that you need is included, all you have to do is print the pages you want and your students are read
Looking for an extension project to go along with your unit on body percussion? The 15 options included here will allow you to do composition activities with students of all grade levels. Rhythms included: half note, quarter note, eighth note, sixteenth notes, and sixteenth note combinations. Two

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PROJECT # 1 FROM MY BUNDLEIn this music technology project your students will be creating an “audio drama” using prerecorded loops and sounds, mp3’s, and sound effects to tell a short, 60 second story. This project teaches a lot of the basic functions of using a DAW in a fun way! Download the free w
This is designed to help students work together to discover and share information about the life, career, and music of a famous composer or musician! This includes an example/sample layout of what the final project should look like, as well as headings students can cut and glue into their project.
A great project for 6th-8th grade general music! In this project, students will create an 8-measure, 3-part percussion piece for one pitched percussion instrument and two unpitched percussion instruments. Included in this pack are: - "Project guidelines" handout - "Summer rhythms" rhythmic build
Music Composer: MOZART and HIS MUSIC This file contains TWO different FOLDABLES in BOTH COLOR AND B/W1. MEET MOZART FOLDABLE: Students’ record facts they have learned about Mozart2. MOZART’S MUSIC: This foldable is a perfect accompaniment to foldable 1, or can be used on its own to respond to Mozart
General music teachers, have you ever had your students watch "STOMP" and thought about incorporating it into your curriculum? Here is a composition project that teaches form (call & response), the creative process (composition & revision), and has students perform their own creative work.
This Composer Project is geared toward 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th grade students working with partners on completing an in-depth research project on a musical composer. The students are asked to write an essay, write a newspaper article about a concert, conduct an interview, write an acrostic poem, create
Recorder Composition Step 1: Rhythm Step 2: Melody Step 3: Notate Students select rhythms (quarter, eighths, half) in 4/4 time Students select G, A, or B Students notate rhythms and notes on treble staff Check out other Recorder Actitivies Recorder Koosh GAB Recorder EGA Koosh Ball Review SMART R
**Best Seller!!** This simple, non-themed composer study is very versatile. It can be used with various grade level work, used as a GATE project, a homeschool project, an extra credit project, or a myriad of other uses. It also comes with a simple and easy to use grading rubric, as well as a student
Using a folder or piece of construction paper, students can make their own lapbook or interactive music folder (depending on the age of the student)! Featuring 9 pages of music information with all cuts indicated by dotted lines and straightforward directions (and pictures!), this is a straightforw

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