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This is activity allows students to practice the rhythms ti-tika/tika-ti either as a class, in partners or individually. It may be projected or printed for whatever you need!
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This cute recorder flip book coincides with the Recorder Karate method and will help your students to remember fingerings (by filling in the holes provided), note names, and placement in the staff. I even have my students color one note for each
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These handy posters show Curwen hand sings, solfege names, numbers and are color coded. Optional boomwhacker color coding included. I originally forgot some sources on my thank you page - My apologies!! Thanks to Jena Hudson for the paper and
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These posters are printer friendly and a great way for your students to account for their learning in your class! Print the exit questions on some colorful cardstock and display in your room to remind students to be responsible for their learning.
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This is a great song to practice Tika-Ti / Ti-Tika. I've even included a projectable graphic organizer to help students compare/contrast between the two rhythms. This is a great tune to use for a rock passing game. This product includes: Lyric
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Do you teach ukulele? Looking for a quick way to assess student progress? Check out my printer friendly and paper saving Ukulele Punch Card! You can adapt this to your program in a plethora of ways: -Can be used for multiple grade levels- I use
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This is a great song to practice Syncopa, steady beat, motor movements, and incorporate some Ukulele! This product includes: Lyric Slide with Pronunciation guide Movement Slide Rhythm Slide Color Coded Ukulele Chord Slide
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As I was making these labels for my classroom instruments, I thought why not share the cuteness? This set includes the following: agogos bongos buffalo drums cabasas claves cowbells cymbals darbukas djembes gongs guiros hand drums maracas rain
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Here is an addition to the set! It includes orff instruments, recorders, keyboards, tone bells, bell sets, autoharps, hand bells, steel drum, boomwhackers and glockenspiels!! Enjoy!
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Final addition to my Epic Label set! This product includes labels for the following: markers crayons pencils notebooks bandaids dry erase boards storage room music stands scissors glue sticks bathroom- I have a bathroom in my classroom :)
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This quick guide gives a brief introduction to Georges Bizet, conducting in 2 and reading the rhythms ti-tika & tika-ti. I hope you like it!
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This listening guide focuses on sixteenth note rhythms as well as gives a brief history of Mozart. Enjoy!
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Looking to Jazz up your bulletin board and address some positive behavior? Look no further- from the new movie, SING! is a bulletin board that will catch the eye of your students and staff! Enclosed is an idea for Marquee letters, my sample
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This Swiss round is great for practicing tika-ti/ tiri-ti. I also have students play ukulele as they sing. Included are slides for rhythm, round definition, singing in a round, and two ukulele play along slides.
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Looking for a great way to reinforce chord shapes? I use this in conjunction with my ukulele punch card so students can practice recognizing meaningful patterns on their ukulele. The chords included on this worksheet are G, C, and a minor. Let
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These were especially designed for tpt'er Melanie M. Included are labels for: flexatones scarves XL Scarves fruit shakers egg shakers ratchets jingle stickes
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught K-6 general music and band for 7 years in the same district. I've been split between schools, moved to different schools in the district- you name it! Last year, our 6th graders moved to the middle school and I taught k-5 general music, choir and band in one school.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am an instrumentalist who always thought I would teach middle school band. When I graduated, it was the onset of the recession and I took what I could get: Elementary General Music. Let me tell you, I was thoroughly unprepared for this job (Luckily my student teaching was in a fantastic school). Bottom line: I am not a general music master, but I love it more and more every year. I try to blend Orff and Kodaly as best I can. My goal is that my students enjoy music class and become musically literate. I use recorders, ukuleles, keyboards, singing, dancing, and games to achieve this.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am honored to be a mentor teacher for Insignio Labs and I'm grateful that they find my input helpful and not annoying. If you are a general music teacher and haven't used Flute Master or Rhythmic Village, I highly recommend it! In 2008, I graduated Cum Laude from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. There I also received scholarships for Flute, and an Undergraduate Assistantship.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I completed my masters in Curriculum and Instruction and ESL endorsement from National Louis University in Chicago in 2017. I became certified in TESOL in 2016 . I received my Bachelors in Instrumental Music Education in 2008, I am working on my Masters in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in ESL and should finish in May 2017. I would also like to get Orff and Kodaly certifications. I studied Music History, Austrian Culture, and Music Theory abroad in Salzburg, Austria in 2007

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I perform with the Joliet Symphony Orchestra. I started out in the Flute section- with my primary instrument, then moved over to the cello section to challenge myself and to help fill out the section. It has been challenging and rewarding!

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