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Quilt Making and Copland's Rodeo

Posted Dec 21, 2010 by Nancy Potts

Students will listen to Rodeo, Saturday Night Waltz by Copland, and discuss the dynamics and tempo of the composition. They will understand why quilt making was very important in pioneer life.

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PK-2 3-5 6-8
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Stravinsky, Munch, Vivaldi, Monet and Albers

Posted Dec 21, 2010 by Laurie Burghardt

Compare and contrast Stravinsky's Rite of Spring to Vivaldi's Four Seasons, La Primavera (Spring). Pair the music of Stravinsky with the art of Edvard Munch. Pair the music of Vivaldi with the art of Claude Monet. Discuss the similarities and differences. Discuss Josef Albers’ Homage to the Square entitled “The High Spring”. Discuss how color and mood are connected. Create a color square in the style of Josef Albers to represent the pairings of Stravinsky & Munch and the pairing of Vivaldi & Monet.

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How Steep is Your Tune?

Posted Mar 09, 2011 by Yolando Cato

In this adventure, students will observe the effect of two factors on a motion plot. They will walk at two different speeds, walk in two different directions, and walk to the tempo of two different classical music selections. The students will then deduce how the value of the slope of a line can be "seen" in its graph.

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GRADE LEVEL
6-8
SUBJECT
Math, Science
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Time Signatures and Multiplication

Posted May 04, 2011 by Erika Charlebois

Students will practice time signatures and multiplication by recording rhythms in measures with different time signatures and reporting how many counts are in a song.

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GRADE LEVEL
PK-2
SUBJECT
Math
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Musical Polygons

Posted Jul 06, 2011 by Scott Nielsen

Drawing upon prior knowledge of polygons - their attributes and area - students will understand that music has a pulse which can be counted and related to geometric shapes.

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GRADE LEVEL
6-8
SUBJECT
Language Arts, Math
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