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Podcast Project

Choral Connections: Podcast Project

2020-04-16T17:01:05+00:00

This resource helps teachers with distance learning options that do not involve as much writing, but still engage students in learning. Providing three different possibilities for podcast models, this unit take students step-by-step through the process of creating, writing, recording, editing, and publishing a podcast. The PDF download includes editable student worksheets for multiple levels of learners.

Cost: Free During Covid-19

Link: Choral Connections: Podcast Project

program notes project

Program Notes Project

2020-04-15T19:08:56+00:00

This resource is suitable for students in performing classes such as chorus, band, or orchestra but can be expanded to a general music class.This project is in the form of a Google Slideshow. It begins with a description of the project for the director followed by a presentation for the students. In this project, students are writing program notes for a piece. This project also works very well as a cross-curricular exercise, as students are practicing writing skills while interacting with the music. This can be downloaded as a PDF or Google Slideshow. Author: Danielle Larrick

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: Click here to access this resource on the F-flat website!

Band Resource Bundle

Band Resource Mega Bundle

2020-04-15T19:09:19+00:00

F-flat author, Meghan Cabral, has offered a ton of flipped classroom materials for band directors looking to engage their students in remote learning. This bundle of materials includes PDF assignments with links to pre-created YouTube videos and TED talks that engage students in active listening and active music making. This is great for elementary and secondary instrumental classrooms.

Price: Free during COVID-19

Click on any of the links below to access the accompanying PDF:

Whole-vs.-Half-Steps

Major-Scales-creation

Enharmonic-Lesson

Flipped-Learning-Resources

TED-talks-sub-plans-a-different-way-to-visualize

ted-talk-on-music-as-a-language

ted-talk-on-how-playing-instrument-benefits-brain

ted-talk-on-earworms

constructive-constraints-TED-ed-sub-plan

Cover of Choir Eval Resource

Choral Connections: Choir Evaluation Project

2020-04-16T17:02:22+00:00

This resource helps choral teachers develop listening units for students in beginning, advanced, and/or collegiate methods or choirs. Based around the state festival system, students will think critically about their own music and the process of evaluation. The unit is adaptable for distance learning, homework, or in-class projects. The PDF download includes editable student worksheets for multiple levels of learners.

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: Choir Evaluation Project

 

 

Choral Connections: YouTube Program Project

2020-04-16T16:57:43+00:00

This online or in-class unit serves all levels of choirs, including options for collegiate choral methods students. The step-by-step instructions take teachers and students through the process of building a choral concert program using YouTube videos. The PDF includes links to downloadable and editable assessments, and the page formatting makes the resource easy to download and give directly to students.

Price: Free During COVID-19

Link: Choral Connections YouTube Project

Blues artist instagram project

Blues Artist Instagram Project

2020-04-15T19:09:43+00:00

Designed for the elementary/secondary general music classroom, this lesson plan incorporates information about blues musicians in a social media format. This is a barebones idea that the teacher would modify in order to maximize usefulness in the classroom. Likewise, the first slide encourages users to expand or modify the project as they see fit. This is a fun way for students to research and present historical information about musicians! Author: Danielle Larrick

Price: Always Free

Link: Blues-Artist-Instagram-Project on F-Flat Books

Click on this link to access this presentation as a Google Slideshow to save and edit to meet your needs!

program notes project

Program Notes Project

2020-04-15T19:09:53+00:00

This resource is suitable for students in performing classes such as chorus, band, or orchestra but can be expanded to a general music class.This project is in the form of a Google Slideshow. It begins with a description of the project for the director followed by a presentation for the students. In this project, students are writing program notes for a piece. This project also works very well as a cross-curricular exercise, as students are practicing writing skills while interacting with the music. This can be downloaded as a PDF or Google slideshow. Author: Danielle Larrick

Price: Free during COVID-19

Click here to access this resource on the F-flat website!

Expression Music Project

Music Expression Project

2020-04-15T19:10:05+00:00

This PowerPoint is suitable for secondary/post-secondary general music/music tech classes. It guides students through understanding how music can show expression. For the project portion of this resource, students create a short movie and pick two contrasting songs without words to act as the soundtrack. This resource recommends students upload their completed projects to their online classroom for peers to guess the intentions suggested by the soundtrack. Author: Sarah Gulish

Price: FREE during COVID-19

Click here to access the resource on the F-flat site