Rhonda Johanson

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Dress up your winter music program with this skit, written by Rhonda Johanson. It will flow directly into your winter music selections and easily create a musical without all the work. "This is not a Musical, No!" is about a student wishing to
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Imagine the fun your students will have acting out a Christmas Eve news cast with elves, Santa, Mrs. Claus, a jokester elf, Frosty Snow and others in this musical script wrap-around.
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Jacob, an elementary student, discovers his super power with the help of the super heroes, Iron Man, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Captain America in this musical script wrap-around. This musical script can be used at any time of the year to spice up
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Take some musical terms (allegro, moderato, largo, rallentando, fermata), mix them in a traditional Aesop fable, add vibrant pictures which have some musical terms hidden in many of them, and cook it up with spoken choral parts and you have "The
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Teaching recorders can be fun and so rewarding. You don't need a recorder book to begin teaching; just some soprano recorders. This is a short pamphlet of what has worked for me for grades 3-6. If taught this way, a music teacher can cover all
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“The Six Traits in a Pirate Adventure” is a musical script written by Rhonda Johanson to increase students’ understanding of the Six Traits of writing while enjoying the music from “Reflections of a Lad At Sea” by Don Besig and Nancy Price, along
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Take the Owelus bully-proofing rules, mix it with patriotic songs, add a talking refrigerator and you have the musical script, “Bully, No! Liberty, Yes!”. Poor Kenmore Fridge wants so much to become a person. His fairy godmother grants him the
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This Wrap-around musical script for grades 4-6, called “A Riddle For Wonder” is about a little girl named Wonder, who has to answer a riddle given to her from the evil witch, Evilrule. Wonder calls upon the help of two great philosophers; Socrates
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Students in grades 3rd through 5th grade can compose an 8-measure melody within a small group setting using the soprano recorder. Students will follow a step-by-step approach to composing with a classroom performance finalizing the project. This
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Here is the checklist that goes along with the "Composing an 8-measure melody" Power Point. This gives your students a list to follow while they are setting up and doing their group melody. The list reminds them to keep it at their knowledge
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This is an outline of the steps I developed to select a musical, have tryouts, practice times, etc.... I hope you find it useful on your path to an Elementary musical production.
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Here is a simple musical skit built around songs from several Music K-8 magazines. The character, Grumpy, is in a very "Bah, Humbug" mood. All the other children are happy about the season. At the end, he is given a gift which lightens his heart.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I began teaching in 1981 in a small rural community in Nebraska where I taught K-12 vocal music for three years. In 1984 we moved to North Platte, Nebraska, where I taught K-8 and K-5 general music for fifteen years. My family and I moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming in 2004 and I have been teaching K-6 general music ever since.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a "hands on" music teacher. My students get to experiece music, hear it, see it, and then use it so knowledge and understanding can occur.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

In 2010, my 5th & 6th grade recorder band played for the opening ceremony of Wyoming's Music Teacher's Convention and I also received the Rotary Teacher of the Year award.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my BFAE from Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska and my Master's in Technology degree from Lesley University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have been married to my wonderful husband for 32 years and life has blessed me with three children and five grandchildren.

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