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- The Basics of the Elements of Music is a bundle of all-in-one interactive music lessons which guide students through the sights, sounds, and feel of the elements of music. These no prep PowerPoint slideshows use real-life pictures and playalong recordings to keep students meaningfully engaged in eacPrice $60.00Original Price $67.50Save $7.50
Basics of Form is an all-in-one interactive music lesson which guides students through the sights, sounds, and feel of form basics in music. This PowerPoint Presentation uses real-life images, audio, playalong recordings, and video links to keep students meaningfully engaged in the concept of musical form. This is the perfect introduction or review for your music students!
This resource is perfect for:
✅ elementary music teachers
✅ middle school music teachers
✅ substitute teachers
✅ student teachers
⚠️ Now available in Google Slides! ⚠️
► main menu with clickable links
► simplified definition of musical form
MAIN MUSIC CONTENT with REAL-LIFE EXAMPLES
► 7 slides (how it sounds) featuring audio examples of musical form.
► 7 slides (how it feels) with interactive audio where students can sing and playalong to musical form.
► 7 slides (how it looks) with video links featuring musical form in real-life scenarios.
► 1 slide (what it isn’t) of the musical opposite of musical form.
► 4 bonus slides with additional audio and video examples of musical form.
MULTIPLE CHOICE PRE-QUIZ AND POST-QUIZ for ASSESSMENT
► 4 multiple choice-questions as a pre-quiz
► 4 multiple choice questions as a post-quiz
- students click on the answer and receive immediate feedback
► 4 bonus challenge questions
► 3 page PDF including a sample lesson plan, ideas for introduction and review, and blog post links with additional lesson ideas and repertoire choices.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
► how to play the audio and video links
► general tips for sequencing the lesson
WHAT CUSTOMERS LOVE ABOUT THIS RESOURCE:
“This is a great resource! I love that the presentation is interactive with full listening clips as well as sections of the song. The language used is simple and kid-friendly and is also visually appealing.”
"This is exactly what I was looking for in my music technology class. I am starting a "music center" thing this week, and musical form is on the schedule for one of the centers. What an awesome job you did. Thank you soooo much!"
“I just love your "Basics" series! Always great for review, introducing concepts, or even sub plans! Thank you for sharing this!”