20 Famous Composers Brochure Projects This bundle of two-sided tri-fold biography brochure templates allows students to dig deeper into facts about an assortment of famous classical composers. Great to use all year long!
You'll also find a BLANK template to use with ANY famous composer that is not included with this resource.
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250+ FOLDABLE HISTORICAL RESEARCH TEMPLATES
There are a few sections that require students to hear a snippet of any given piece from the composer to answer: "What I see when I listen to this composer's music" and "Most Prominent Instruments" used in the arrangement.
An interactive notebook pocket has been provided for each figure, however, these brochures can be created as a stand alone project as well.
Have the whole class work on one historical figure at a time, or allow your students to have fun researching their favorite. There are so many ways to introduce these research mini books to your class!
Individually, each brochure goes for $1.25. If you need MORE than 3 historical figures, this is an AWESOME deal!!!
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