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For use with Grades 2 & 3. You could also use it with Grade 1 with some guidance! Students can create their own "notebook" by filling out an information page for each of the four instrument families. Reinforce literacy and creativity in this activity which involves writing and drawing! Sugge
This worksheet pairs with the book and/or CD of Lemony Snicket's "The Composer is Dead." It is a great little story that allows an inspector to move through the entire orchestra interviewing instruments searching for the murderer of "the composer". It may seem scary, but it isn't, in fact it's quite
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This is a step by step guide that guides students' note-taking and writing for responding to non-fiction articles or narratives. This guide will allow you to check students' work step by step or one "chunk" at a time. It enables me to see where students' needs are and allows me to point out where
A step by step guide for (senior) Music 1 students on how to prepare for and approach their Higher School Certificate performance exam and aural/written exam. Also includes a 'deconstruction' of language in the performance marking criteria for the HSC.
The attached PowerPoint presentation includes vocabulary, definitions, and guidelines for a Lip Sync Project to be used in conjunction with a guided note activity (which can also be purchased on TpT). The PowerPoint Presentation begins with the definition of "lip-sync," and it's origin and meaning
A handout for senior Music 1 students on the best way to 'structure' answers on structure, unity/contrast or similarities/differences, in the Higher School Certificate aural/written exam. Also defines a few basic forms in structure - a 'core' list of forms that I expect all my students to know (any
I made this handout for my 6th, 7th, and 8th grade general music classes. It's perfect for introducing Rock Music history. This is part 1 of 2--The 1950s and 1960s. Feel free to edit however you like! The history and the facts themselves are pretty simplified, as this is just an introduction to ro
This information sheet draws the parallel between both triads and the construction of 7th chords. A sequential formula is presented via this information sheet.
The guided notes packet and corresponding powerpoint for Film Production is meant to give student an understanding of where music falls in the film production process and how it is influenced by each decision made throughout the process.
Colorful visual representation of chords that is a great introduction for middle or high school students with little previous music knowledge. Great for a music appreciation course. Covers Major, minor, inversions, Tonic, Dominant, Subdominant, and Subtonic chords. This provides a theoretical framew
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This log is for use in a class where students are working individually each day towards their own goals. It holds them accountable for their work and progress. This could also be used as a practice log for homework.
This is a powerpoint presentation that teaches dynamics from pianissimo to fortississimo, including crescendo and decrescendo.The unit includes:Do Now Activity for each dayNotes for students to copyGroup Work and Individual Activity/AssessmentPerformance ChecklistA handout for students to take notes
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This booklet contains strategies of how to be able to play overtones, the method and the history behind the altissimo range. Also, information on mouthpieces is included.
I use this for 6th grade music vocabulary. We define music, beat, rhythm, notes, rests, time signature, barline, etc., but you can really use this for anything. The first box is for a word, the second is for a short definition, and the third box is for an example (if applicable). Feel free to use t
The guided notes packet and corresponding powerpoint for Sound In Movies is meant to give student an understanding of how sound functions in movies.
Originally created for high school music appreciation. Goes along with Baroque Notes Prezi (also found on my TptT!)
This slideshow is scaffolded to allow students to be successful through chunking.In my district, third graders begin the recorder in October. We have music once a week. All of our recorder playing experiences prior to this are rote and aural. This lesson is the first one where we are looking at p
Revision notes for students preparing for music theory exams, especially ABRSM grade 5. The topic is major and minor intervals. 2nds, 3rds, 6ths and 7ths. Link to the youtube tutorial is in the PDF document. Step-by-step guide on how to * IDENTIFY intervals* CREATE intervals from a given note* TRAN
This is a handout to go along with this Dynamics unithttps://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Dynamics-3-Day-Unit-with-Activities-Group-Work-and-Assessment-4639618The handout has an outline for students to take notes and do the lesson activities.
Notes on intervals and how to construct scales and chords using intervals.

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