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Use these evaluation forms to guide your band, choir, and orchestra students through a process of self-reflection after a recent performance. They work great as an activity for students to complete while listening or watching a recording of their performance in class the next day!Included in this pr
Grades:
6th - 12th
These band director end-of-year forms will help you save time, money and stress at the end of a busy school year! The student evaluations are perfect for activities after students have turned in their instruments at the end of the year. These forms are included in our money saving End-of-Year Bund
Suitable for middle school and high school band. ♫ Band Directors: Save your time and save your voice with this worksheet! ♫ This band worksheet is a generic assessment tool for your students to reflect on their performance after a concert. ♫ Not burdensome writing for your students, but writing
Grades:
6th - 12th
This is a great way for you band to learn to reflect upon their performances and evaluate strengths and weaknesses. Enjoy!
This is a great way for you band to learn to reflect upon their performances and evaluate strengths and weaknesses. Enjoy!
Have your students reflect on their performance by doing this fun activity post-concert. I find this is a great way for students to set a goal for themselves as they continue in their musical journey. Post on the wall of your classroom or include with their progress reports for parents to see their
Grades:
3rd - 6th
Students are asked to think about their most recent concert and are provided with prompts to reflect on their band's performance, their individual performance, and their director's performance. Students are also able to rate their band's performance and individual performance on a scale of 1-10. I
Grades:
5th - 12th
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High School Band Exit Tickets/Exit Slips provide a quick assessment of student learning. In less than fives minutes of class time, these slips can give you a student grade, learning artifacts/proof of student learning, and/or a way to determine student mastery.This set features 25 exit slips that ar
Grades:
9th - 12th
"You’ve been inspired by Justin Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, and you’ve decided to become an artist/band manager yourself. So you decide to create a new artist/band and advertise them to the world. As their manager, your goal is to promote them and ensure their success. Follow the steps and fill
Grades:
6th - 12th, Staff
Your students will have tons of fun with this 4-part cross-curricular Music project, which incorporates Music, Media Literacy, Geography, Visual Arts and even some Math! In this project, students will pretend that they will be a Music Manager for an artist or band of their choice. They will be requi
Grades:
6th - 12th, Staff
This lesson plan includes all aspects of what my administration demanded: Common Core, Multiple Intelligences, National Standards for music, AND the daily expectations in the classroom, including "small groups" and "discussion/reflection" time. It is in a word document so that you can add/delete wha
Grades:
4th - 7th
A reflection for students to complete and discuss in class after each concert or performance. This item includes a reflection for both students who were in attendance and those who were absent.
Grades:
5th - 9th
This sheet is for students to reflect on their own successes in band class and make goals for improvement. I typically give this to students twice a year. The first time is after their winter concert, and we make plans for how to improve for the spring concert. We discuss practicing at home and r
Grades:
4th - 8th
I originally wrote this because my band was performing an arrangement of "My Shot" for their last concert, and I wanted to display their thoughts about themselves and their time at this school. I have edited this to fit with an English/Literature/Creative Writing Class, as well as music class, or w
Following an elementary concert (band, strings, chorus, etc.), use this reflection paper to have students reflect on their performance.
Grades:
3rd - 6th
Your students have been hired to design stage lighting for a music concert. In this STEM project students will use reflection, refraction, and light traveling in a straight line. This project contains criteria and constraints, allowing for open-ended design while exploring a specific standard. The m
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Persuasive Writing Music Concert. This activity will get your students excited about persuasive writing by having them create a type of band for a concert. Download our preview for more details. The overall purpose of this product is to engage your students in persuasive writing in order for them
This fun collection of digital & print practice record & challenge sheets will help keep your students excited and motivated about practicing at home while they are away from school. We all worry about how much practice time students will lose during a long break. These challenges will help
As music educators we all know how important it is for our students and their development as instrumentalist to not only be exposed to music but learn how to actively listen to the music around them. Listening to advanced levels of performance helps them to do many things, including but not limited
Included are 5 practice records for your instrumental music students. All are included in a Word and PDF version.• Weekly by time (w/grading rubric)• Weekly by time (simple version)• Monthly by time• Weekly by time and objectives• Weekly by objectivesInstructions for each version are included with i
Let’s follow the yellow brick road to music! You won’t need to good witch of the north to get your students motivated to learn about music! This fun set will motivate your students to sing and participate in music all while learning about proper singing technique, musical skills, instruments and mu
This set of beginning band chants includes teaching the music theory concepts:• Posture Chant• Lines and Spaces Chant (Treble and Bass Clef)• Time Signature ChantThe set includes a full color director copy for each chant with the words and rhythm. There is also a student reference copy that has the
Welcome to this Cave of Musical Wonders! What is your wish? To have fun visuals for your students?To have posters to reference for musical skills?To have materials for engagement, understanding and positive reinforcement?Then your wish is granted!!! This fun set will motivate your students to sing a

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