This is a excellent post concert evaluation tool for students to better assess their performance and on what they need to improve. I like to have the students complete this worksheet individually before they watch the video or listen to the
I use the first page as a way to introduce the concept and the terms on the listening journal. If you used at the beginning of the year, I like to play the songs they will be starting.
I will then use the second page as a daily warm up activity.
I print out this chart for each class and will then color in the boxes and the class completes each level of the preparation for each piece. I have found it helps the class stay focused throughout the process. It will create a positive competition
I use this as my end of the year project for my chorus classes. It is a great way to review the theory information taught through out the year while having them be creative. I have tried this projects with the students working independently or in
This is a list of musical terms separated into tempo, style, and dynamics.
I have also included a listening chart to use with the terms. I particularly like to use it with the movie fantasia or with pieces they have or will being singing.
This is a research project for music students to help them connect music to the world. I have my students pick a topic they have studied in one of their non-music classes.
The requirements are laid out to set them up to be ready to present their
This is a collection of lyrics from many Christmas and Hanukkah songs. Print and bind to take for caroling fun. The preview file can be used to assess which carols your group knows before leaving.
Feel free to make as many copies as your group
This is a fun way to have a class get to know each other. There are random and chorus related items.
Give the students 15 minutes to move about the room and write a name of a classmate that applies to the description in each box. Music works as