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“Solving the Recorder Mystery” is a growing recorder method that breaks down learning how to play the recorder into tiny, easy-to-comprehend pieces. The (slightly silly) mystery theme with sound effects keep my students' attention, make them laugh, and keep them practicing when they go home! I give my eager students the YouTube links for practice on their free time and use the PowerPoint/PDF files in THIS resource for teaching in class. I suggest doing the same in your class! Click here for the free YouTube version of Mission 9!
In Mission 9, I teach students how to read and play low C and high C on the recorder. The ad-free, promo-free video is about 9 minutes long.
In this resource, you receive:
1. The ad-free, promo-free version of the YouTube video. Once you download it, you don't have to worry about losing your internet connection mid-video during class! This video is in mp4 format. Please make sure you have a program that will play this before purchasing. PLUS
2. the PowerPoint and PDF of the graphics used in the video - GREAT FOR USING IN CLASS!
3. One-page worksheet to assess student understanding after lesson. This worksheet makes this resource great for a SUB. Answer sheets included. Worksheets provided in PDF format.
I hope you and your students love this as much as we do!
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