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This is a K - 6 musical scope and sequence for the general music education classroom. It is one we worked on for over a year for our school district. (Updated 10-8-18) I am the only elementary music teacher in my district. This is a good starting point for any teacher who does not have a scope an
This is a portfolio that can accompany a unit on instrument families. It includes one page for each of the four families which provides an outline for students to fill in as the teacher presents the lesson. It can be adapted and used as a lab or experiment for older students if stations are an opt
This music lesson plan template contains the National Standards for music in the right hand column, the focus of the lesson in the middle column and extras that are customizable in the left hand column. The entire page is customizable for your school setting.
Keep track of your yearly sequence in this month to month organizer! There are so many concepts and terms to teach; a blueprint is a must! In my own teaching, I have found that a monthly outline provides a focus for my daily planning and truly helps me to be a more effective teacher! I hope this
This is a simple table with boxes for describing 8 Jazz pieces. The pieces, composers, performers and lyricists are listed. Students are encouraged to draw or write about what they hear. All you need for this worksheet are the pieces themselves which are easily found on Spotify or downloaded fro
This PDF document is a comprehensive unit of study for elementary-intermediate age music students in grades 4th-8th. Students will be taken on a musical journey through time as they dive deep into the history of African-American music beginning with slavery and the civil war and ending with the Jaz
This is a free copy of Mr D's Chorus Syllabus! Please download and use it as you wish to give you ideas!
This is an alphabetical list of 152 pieces of literature appropriate for high school bands. This list is gathered after teaching these selections for the past 15 years and the ones that were loved by me, the audience and the students. The repertoire list is alphabetized by composer, followed by ti
This resource will help you map out your elementary general music curriculum with lists of skills and concepts to cover in each grade level, an outline of the year broken down by month with the concepts to cover each month, and specific accommodations to start organizing your lesson plans and materi
This project allows students to have a snapshot of each musical time period. This can be an individual project or group project. Students research and fill out each time period's box. I have posters in my room with all the information on them, but students can go online and research as well. I als
⭐ EDITABLE OPTION IS NOW INCLUDED! ⭐Before a student begins with me in the studio, I like to meet them for an introductory lesson interview and evaluation. It is a perfect way to assess what they know, what comes naturally and what I will need to work with them more on. Watch Music Teacher Tip #20In
Sequencing musical concepts is one of the biggest challenges of planning out your curriculum! This file shows a sequence of musical concepts beginning in kindergarten through fifth grade for each of the elements of music: Rhythm, Melody, Harmony/Texture, Form, Timbre, Expression, Musical Genres, and
This PDF contains all five years of my full-year Prepare, Present, Practice classroom poster sets. These concepts are based on trusted Kodaly resources, and with this bundle, you will have month-by-month posters for grades 1-5 for every month! Just select appropriate repertoire to teach the concepts
Add this FREE Music Lesson Plan Template to your Music Literacy teaching tools!
This practice steps checklist is catered for young piano students. For older students check out this Practice Steps Checklist.Do you have young piano students that aren't really sure the steps to take when they are practicing their instrument? Do they need some help breaking it down? I definitely ha
Thanks for taking a look at my product! I have spent countless hours developing the curriculum for my Music Technology courses and I found that creating the curriculum map was one of the most time-intensive parts. I sincerely hope that this resource will be a huge time-saver for you. As you browse t
Middle School General Music is a class I have such a passion for. The possibilities of lesson plans are ENDLESS! This resource provides you with multiple unit ideas to include in your class. Each unit has vocabulary suggestions, project ideas, recording suggestions, topics for discussion and more! B
Are you trying to plan a Christmas concert or program? This FREE Download will get you started! It includes: * Song Suggestions *Program Template *Invitation Template *Program Checklist *Directions for Printing I hope you enjoy!
This is a powerpoint detailing each musical era with important composers and facts. Over 100 slides detailing musicians from Palestrina to Dizzy Gillespie, going from the Medieval through the Jazz Era. I use this in class as a springboard to discuss and research different composers and how music c
I Love the 80's is the perfect upper elementary music program for the music teacher on the go! Using popular music to put on the concert of the year, this program is ideal for schools on limited budgets. Save time and stress by purchasing this set for your students! this program will be a big hit wi
UPDATED March 2019At the Hop is the perfect 1950's sock hop music program for the music teacher on the go! Using popular music to put on the concert of the year, this program is ideal for schools on limited budgets. Save time and stress by purchasing this set for your students! Some songs include: S
This PDF contains my full-year Prepare, Present, Practice classroom poster set. These concepts are based on trusted Kodaly resources, and when you download the entire year, you will have a full scope and sequence for First Grade! Just select appropriate repertoire to teach the concepts! Feel free t
Powerpoint to teach basic musical forms as well as symphonies, concertos, etc. Great to use with musical examples and fun to have kids make their own songs using the more basic forms.
This a set of FREE printable planning worksheets for a year of elementary music. As the school year begins, many of us get overwhelmed trying to teach all of these kiddos our big ideas and concepts in such a short amount of time. Use these worksheets to help yourself map our performances, bulletin b

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