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Montessori-style Lesson Plan Activities from Magical Movement Company featuring "Carnaval" activities in the style of Brazilian music & dance. Printables to support the activities including: ~ Montessori-style 3 part cards ~ Montessori-style Parts of Booklet Making ~ Photo control cards ~ Visua
“Adios Amigos” (from “Mrs. Flutterbee’s Funny Farm” CD) – Latin-Pop ballad that “ends your classroom day” in a Special Way! Sprinkled with gentle Spanish guitar solos and marimbas, this multicultural song is a delight for all. Mrs. Flutterbee’s Music Video incorporates beautiful sign language and
Catchy, contemporary pop songs + Funny lyrics about Latin grammar = Good times These songs work! They are catchy to the point that students cannot “not learn” the content. Students will be singing about the Nominative and Accusative cases, Latin word order, and adjective-noun agreement in no tim
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You can stay in Latin, create a 90% target language classroom and manage classroom behavior and flow much better when you take charge of your transitions - even when in a class with a wide spectrum of Latin skills. This free video is to showcase the quality of the singer's voice and pronunciation of
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The titles of ten popular Christmas songs translated into Latin for review and/or fun.
Get those students listening to MORE music! Great as a review or follow-up activity to a unit on Greek & Roman mythology, a substitute assignment, or an extra credit assignment. Students are asked to list songs in which the lyrics reference mythology gods, heroes, monsters, stories, etc. in va
Administrators love seeing you use this daily transition video to end class. The latest research mentioned by ACTFL is that students retain better when they reflect on what they have learned. Make this a daily part of your routine and create daily reflection while packing up. You can stay in Lati
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Are your students struggling to remember the principal parts endings for their Latin conjugations? Here's a fun song to the tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" that will help them (and maybe you!) master these important Latin concepts. Included is a printout for the students and a teacher page with t
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Pater Noster (The Lord's Prayer) in classical Latin audio recording
Taken from the famous “Gloria In Excelsis Deo,” the declaration of angels in the Christmas story, this energetic 2-part piece is sure to become a favorite. It is written in D minor, and the lyrics are in Latin (Gloria in Excelsis Deo, Alleluia). This light introduction to singing in Latin provides a
These handouts provide a fun scaffold for learning the vocabulary for animals in Latin. By using them along with the song "Old MacDonald" or, in Latin "Senex MacDonald", the students will be combining Total Physical Response (TPR) along with their learning of vocabulary. The images included on the A
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Introductory powerpoint with activities and labeling. Teach students 27 different parts of the body using images, song and English derivation. Includes: Lesson Plan Head Shoulders Knees and Toes (in Latin!) Introductory vocab slides for each body part. English derived words associated with each b
CREDO IN UNUM DEUM SAB/3-Part Mixed Voices This Credo from the mass, also known as the Nicene Creed, includes the first part. Excellent for middle school & up, and any men's church choir Voicings mostly in tenor range, but has some baritone notes Great for the young men's voices Easy harmony
CREDO IN UNUM DEUM SSA/3-Part Treble Voices This Credo from the mass, also known as the Nicene Creed, includes the first part. Excellent for middle school & up, and any ladies' church choir Voicings in comfortable range, but has some higher notes Great for the young women's voices Easy harmon
AGNUS DEI SSA/3-Part Treble Voices This breathtakingly beautiful version of the Agnus Dei from the Roman Missal is based on John the Baptist's reference to Jesus in the scripture from John 1:29: "Behold the Lamb of God that taketh away the sins of the world." The Latin text, Agnus Dei, qui tollis
AGNUS DEI SAB/3-Part Mixed Voices This breathtakingly beautiful version of the Agnus Dei from the Roman Missal is based on John the Baptist's reference to Jesus in the scripture from John 1:29: "Behold the Lamb of God that taketh away the sins of the world." The Latin text, Agnus Dei, qui tollis p
GLORIFICANA SAB/3-Part Mixed Voices Text from Luke 2:14, “Glory to God in the highest . . . Familiar Latin text: "Gloria in excelsis Deo . . ." Unusual mixture of Medieval harmonies with an upbeat, contemporary feel. Driving accompaniment using 16th notes. Modulates from major to minor and back
GLORIFICANA SSA/3-Part Treble Voices Text from Luke 2:14, “Glory to God in the highest . . . Familiar Latin text: "Gloria in excelsis Deo . . ." Unusual mixture of Medieval harmonies with an upbeat, contemporary feel. Driving accompaniment using 16th notes. Modulates from major to minor and back
SANCTUS, DOMINUS DEUS SABAOTH SAB/3-Part Mixed Voices From the Roman Canon, the Sanctus is a part of the Mass: Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth. Pleni sunt coeli et terra gloria tua. Hosanna in excelsis. Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini. Hosanna in excelsis. It translates: Holy,
SANCTUS, DOMINUS DEUS SABAOTH SSA/3-Part Treble Voices From the Roman Canon, the Sanctus is a part of the Mass: Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth. Pleni sunt coeli et terra gloria tua. Hosanna in excelsis. Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini. Hosanna in excelsis. It translates: Holy
You can stay in Latin, create a 90% target language classroom and manage classroom behavior and flow much better when you take charge of your transitions - even when in a class with a wide spectrum of Latin skills. ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ This is 25 seconds long and when you download the supporting document
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You can stay in Latin, create a 90% target language classroom and manage classroom behavior and flow much better when you take charge of your transitions - even when in a class with a wide spectrum of Latin skills. ♥ ♥ ♥ ��� ♥ This is 33 seconds long and when you download the supporting document
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The children's song in Latin. A great review of body part words for the Latin classroom. Directions on use included.
“Adios Amigos” SONG TRACKS (from “Mrs. Flutterbee’s Funny Farm” CD) – Latin-Pop ballad that “ends your classroom day” in a Special Way! Sprinkled with gentle Spanish guitar solos and marimbas, this multicultural song is a delight for all. Mrs. Flutterbee’s Music Video incorporates beautiful sign

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