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Virtual Classroom Music Room Instructions

2020-05-28T14:51:47+00:00

Ever wonder how to make a Virtual Classroom? Want your students to make their own virtual classroom? Check out this resource for step-by-step instructions! Olivia Yachnick offers instructions to build a customized classroom using bitmoji, google slides, and google images. Virtual Classrooms can play a vital role even with in-person instruction. Build your virtual classroom today!

Price: Free Always

Virtual Music Room

Virtual Classroom Music Room Instructions

2020-05-28T14:52:01+00:00

Ever wonder how to make a Virtual Classroom? Want your students to make their own virtual classroom? Check out this resource for step-by-step instructions! Olivia Yachnick offers instructions to build a customized classroom using bitmoji, google slides, and google images. Virtual Classrooms can play a vital role even with in-person instruction. Build your virtual classroom today!

Price: Free Always

Virtual Music Room

Virtual Classroom Music Room Instructions

2020-05-28T14:51:15+00:00

Ever wonder how to make a Virtual Classroom? Want your students to make their own virtual classroom? Check out this resource for step-by-step instructions! Olivia Yachnick offers instructions to build a customized classroom using bitmoji, google slides, and google images. Virtual Classrooms can play a vital role even with in-person instruction. Build your virtual classroom today!

Price: Free Always

Virtual Music Room

Virtual Classroom Music Room Instructions

2020-05-28T14:50:58+00:00

Ever wonder how to make a Virtual Classroom? Want your students to make their own virtual classroom? Check out this resource for step-by-step instructions! Olivia Yachnick offers instructions to build a customized classroom using bitmoji, google slides, and google images. Virtual Classrooms can play a vital role even with in-person instruction. Build your virtual classroom today!

Price: Free Always

Virtual Music Room

Virtual Classroom Music Room Instructions

2020-05-28T14:50:42+00:00

Ever wonder how to make a Virtual Classroom? Want your students to make their own virtual classroom? Check out this resource for step-by-step instructions! Olivia Yachnick offers instructions to build a customized classroom using bitmoji, google slides, and google images. Virtual Classrooms can play a vital role even with in-person instruction. Build your virtual classroom today!

Price: Free Always

Virtual Music Room

Virtual Classroom Music Room Instructions

2020-05-28T14:50:26+00:00

Ever wonder how to make a Virtual Classroom? Want your students to make their own virtual classroom? Check out this resource for step-by-step instructions! Olivia Yachnick offers instructions to build a customized classroom using bitmoji, google slides, and google images. Virtual Classrooms can play a vital role even with in-person instruction. Build your virtual classroom today!

Price: Free Always

CupSong

Cup Song Do-Re-Mi Activity

2020-05-28T14:00:46+00:00

This lesson unit provides teachers with examples of how to help students make pitched instruments and perform at home. Created by Elizabeth Stavniychuk, students need little technology to participate in this unit.

Price: Free During Covid-19

Film Unit

Marveling the Music in Movies Unit

2020-05-19T17:43:59+00:00

Teacher Doreen Steinmacher created this 7-week virtual unit on music from the movies. Each unit essential questions, learning objectives, 3 student tasks, editable assessments, and extra assignments. Teachers can easily adapt and use each unit individually or use them as presented.

Price: Free During Covid-19

ElementTi

K-5 Online Lessons & Activities for Preparing, Presenting & Practicing the Element ti

2020-05-19T17:43:37+00:00

Teacher Theresa Sharp created this PDF resource.  The pages provide teachers with public domain songs, activities, and assessments for teaching the element ti. For each grade level there are links to videos, editable worksheets, and differentiated lesson ideas for teaching synchronously and asynchronously. Download the PDF for free right here!

Price: Free During Covid-19

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Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

2020-04-25T23:47:20+00:00

Lesson Planet provides music educators with a range of dependable, high-quality lesson plans. Those with memberships to this site have access to 2000+ lesson plans created by music educators for music educators. There is a free trial period available before one needs to pay for lessons.

Price: $3-7 per month

Link: Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

2020-04-25T23:47:07+00:00

Lesson Planet provides music educators with a range of dependable, high-quality lesson plans. Those with memberships to this site have access to 2000+ lesson plans created by music educators for music educators. There is a free trial period available before one needs to pay for lessons.

Price: $3-7 per month

Link: Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

2020-04-25T23:46:50+00:00

Lesson Planet provides music educators with a range of dependable, high-quality lesson plans. Those with memberships to this site have access to 2000+ lesson plans created by music educators for music educators. There is a free trial period available before one needs to pay for lessons.

Price: $3-7 per month

Link: Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

2020-04-25T23:46:36+00:00

Lesson Planet provides music educators with a range of dependable, high-quality lesson plans. Those with memberships to this site have access to 2000+ lesson plans created by music educators for music educators. There is a free trial period available before one needs to pay for lessons.

Price: $3-7 per month

Link: Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

2020-04-25T23:46:25+00:00

Lesson Planet provides music educators with a range of dependable, high-quality lesson plans. Those with memberships to this site have access to 2000+ lesson plans created by music educators for music educators. There is a free trial period available before one needs to pay for lessons.

Price: $3-7 per month

Link: Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

Lesson Planet

2020-04-25T23:46:00+00:00

Lesson Planet provides music educators with a range of dependable, high-quality lesson plans. Those with memberships to this site have access to 2000+ lesson plans created by music educators for music educators. There is a free trial period available before one needs to pay for lessons.

Price: $3-7 per month

Link: Lesson Planet

Music at Home Bingo

Music at Home Bingo

2020-04-21T16:17:41+00:00

Lauren Marcinkowski’s “Music at Home Bingo” provides students a non-digital activity to enrich their musical experiences. This PDF includes multiple sheets for different ages of learners as well as multiple days’ worth of lessons. With the included instructions, both teachers and parents would be able to administer this activity.

Price: Always Free

Music at Home Bingo

Music at Home Bingo

Music at Home Bingo

2020-04-21T16:16:44+00:00

Lauren Marcinkowski’s “Music at Home Bingo” provides students a non-digital activity to enrich their musical experiences. This PDF includes multiple sheets for different ages of learners as well as multiple days’ worth of lessons. With the included instructions, both teachers and parents would be able to administer this activity.

Price: Always Free

Music at Home Bingo

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-22T19:28:20+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-20T22:28:27+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-20T22:28:04+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-20T22:27:15+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-20T22:27:22+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-20T22:27:42+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-20T22:25:30+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-20T22:25:01+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers

2020-04-20T22:25:13+00:00

This website is full of resources for any teacher. With ideas for every topic, there are lesson plans, worksheets, games, and other activities for any age. Most have a small cost, but there are several free resources as well.

Price: Varies

Link: Teachers Pay Teachers

iListenWI

iListenWI

2020-04-18T21:51:16+00:00

iListenWI provides listening-based lesson plans created and tested by and for music educators. Students can broaden their exposure to a wide array of musical genres and develop higher-level thinking and listening skills. It features a variety of lesson plans that fulfill National Music Standards for Music Education.

Price: $20 per year

Link: iListenWI

iListenWI

iListenWI

2020-04-18T21:50:26+00:00

iListenWI provides listening-based lesson plans created and tested by and for music educators. Students can broaden their exposure to a wide array of musical genres and develop higher-level thinking and listening skills. It features a variety of lesson plans that fulfill National Music Standards for Music Education.

Price: $20 per year

Link: iListenWI

Feierabend Fundamentals Virtual Schooling Resources

2020-04-16T22:46:28+00:00

This Google Sheet is a database of lesson plans and instructional videos for students PK-5th grade, focusing on general music. It ranges from individualized lesson plans per grade to interactive video lessons. This resource is ideal for general music teachers trying to find activities to get their students moving and enjoying music play during a period of online learning.

Price: Always Free

Link: Feierabend Fundamentals Virtual Schooling Resources

Podcast Project

Choral Connections: Podcast Project

2020-04-16T17:00:42+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

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

Talking Rhythm

2020-04-13T19:18:51+00:00

This resource is a great series on lesson plans centered around rhythm. Easy to use, teachers can gradually introduce duple and compound rhythms, syncopation and the Kodaly rhythm syllables.  Each lesson includes a summary text, listening examples and exercises.

Price: Free Always

Link: Talking Rhythm 

Art and Music

Unit: Music in Relation to Other Art Mediums

2020-04-12T02:20:46+00:00

This document is perfect for elementary general music, and possibly early middle school. Students will need to have access to different mediums of watching film, and may need to have a way to record themselves. The assignments provided are broad and allow room for the teacher to customize the lessons. This resource provides an outline to help a teacher build their own unit, broken down into three lessons (one project).

Price: Free always

Music in Relation to Other Art Mediums

Art and Music

Unit: Music in Relation to Other Art Mediums

2020-04-12T02:20:14+00:00

This document is perfect for elementary general music, and possibly early middle school. Students will need to have access to different mediums of watching film, and may need to have a way to record themselves. The assignments provided are broad and allow room for the teacher to customize the lessons. This resource provides an outline to help a teacher build their own unit, broken down into three lessons (one project).

Price: Free always

Music in Relation to Other Art Mediums

Syn-co-pa Distance Learning

2020-04-12T02:21:04+00:00

Ideal for elementary students learning syncopation. The PowerPoint gives instruction, practice, and application of syncopated rhythms. The PowerPoint begins with different rhythms and a recording of each rhythm on the slide. Students are instructed to repeat the rhythm and check with the recording. Then students can apply what they’ve learned to the song “Russian Sailor’s Dance.” Perfect as an individual at-home activity.

Price: Free always

Syn-co-pa Distance Learning

Syn-co-pa Distance Learning

2020-04-12T02:21:47+00:00

Ideal for elementary students learning syncopation. The PowerPoint gives instruction, practice, and application of syncopated rhythms. The PowerPoint begins with different rhythms and a recording of each rhythm on the slide. Students are instructed to repeat the rhythm and check with the recording. Then students can apply what they’ve learned to the song “Russian Sailor’s Dance.” Perfect as an individual at-home activity.

Price: Free always

Syn-co-pa Distance Learning

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Choir Choice Board

2020-04-13T22:44:15+00:00

Perfect for middle or high school choirs, this resource is a list of out-of-class activities to use in lieu of class meetings. Each student can make a copy of the document and submit one activity a day to their instructor. In addition to the included list, there are also “create your own” activity spots. All activities involve free and easily accessible websites that accommodate various levels of experience.

Price: Free Always

Link: Choir Choice Board

Choice Board graphic

Choir Choice Board

2020-04-13T22:44:39+00:00

Perfect for middle or high school choirs, this resource is a list of out-of-class activities to use in lieu of class meetings. Each student can make a copy of the document and submit one activity a day to their instructor. In addition to the included list, there are also “create your own” activity spots. All activities involve free and easily accessible websites that accommodate various levels of experience.

Price: Free Always

Link: Choir Choice Board

Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

2020-04-13T22:46:30+00:00

This lesson packet is suitable for nearly any music student or music class. The resource is a list of three projects: a poster describing a composer (including a list of relevant works), a review of a movie musical, and a write-your-own mini-musical. This document is an attainable option for online instruction, because it gives students the power of choice in interacting with and analyzing music. Some modification might be necessary depending on the age group of students completing these projects.

Price: Free always

Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

2020-04-13T22:47:01+00:00

This lesson packet is suitable for nearly any music student or music class. The resource is a list of three projects: a poster describing a composer (including a list of relevant works), a review of a movie musical, and a write-your-own mini-musical. This document is an attainable option for online instruction, because it gives students the power of choice in interacting with and analyzing music. Some modification might be necessary depending on the age group of students completing these projects.

Price: Free always

Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

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“Rap My Name” Lesson Plan

2020-04-13T22:47:25+00:00

This resource is great for both general music & music tech classrooms of all ages. This is a self-contained lesson and only requires speaking in rhythm. Teachers might use it early in the year as an “icebreaker” activity. The project allows for the use of applications/softwares to create a rhythmic accompaniment. The rapping portion allows some creativity, but also provides structure in creating rhythms.

Price: Free always

Link: “Rap My Name” Lesson Plan

Virtual Choir HyperDoc for “Sisi Ni Moja”

2020-04-14T22:18:56+00:00

This is a detailed Google Doc describing the steps to participate in/create a virtual choir performance of “Sisi Ni Moja.” Links to rehearsal tracks for parts and conducting tracks are linked in the Doc. Video recording equipment will be needed. The process can be adapted to choir pieces other than “Sisi Ni Moja,” including music that your choir is currently working on!

Price: Always Free

Link: Virtual Choir HyperDoc for Nixa Intermediate Choir

Virtual Choir HyperDoc for “Sisi Ni Moja”

2020-04-14T22:19:15+00:00

This is a detailed Google Doc describing the steps to participate in/create a virtual choir performance of “Sisi Ni Moja.” Links to rehearsal tracks for parts and conducting tracks are linked in the Doc. Video recording equipment will be needed. The process can be adapted to choir pieces other than “Sisi Ni Moja,” including music that your choir is currently working on!

Price: Always Free

Link: Virtual Choir HyperDoc for Nixa Intermediate Choir

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Lesson Plans To Inspire Your Classroom Activities (Soundtrap)

2020-04-14T22:20:10+00:00

Teachers can use this resource as a  Soundtrap-based lesson plan database. Soundtrap is a website designed for incorporating electronic music and recording projects into the classroom. This resource provides an extensive amount of lesson plans for all grades. The lesson plans focus on general music and satisfy National Core Arts Standards. Each lesson plan provides objectives, the level it is best suited for, a detailed explanation of the activity/project, and extended learning goals.

Price: Free during COVID-19 (Soundtrap subscription normally $249/year for 50 users)

Link: Lesson Plans To Inspire Your Classroom Activities

Theory Units

Music Theory Units

2020-04-14T20:53:56+00:00

Ted Gibson provides leveled music theory units with Level 1 (7th and 8th), Level 2 (9th and 10th), Level 3 (11th and 12th). There are 10 units for each Level. Choose a link, and it redirects to a Prezi on the topic. The Prezis are well-made, concise, and include clear examples. This is specifically designed for high school theory students. The Level 3 topics could serve as a good review for college theory.

Price: Always Free

Link: Music Theory Units

Theory Units

Protest Music Lesson

Protest Music Lesson

2020-04-14T20:51:21+00:00

This lesson gives secondary students the chance to research elements and examples of protest music. After researching, students write a piece of protest music on an issue that is important to them. The composition requires the students to use looping tracks to back their lyrics.

Price: Always Free

Link: Protest Music Lesson

Protest Music Lesson

Protest Music Lesson

Protest Music Lesson

2020-04-14T20:50:46+00:00

This lesson gives secondary students the chance to research elements and examples of protest music. After researching, students write a piece of protest music on an issue that is important to them. The composition requires the students to use looping tracks to back their lyrics.

Price: Always Free

Link: Protest Music Lesson

Protest Music Lesson

Rhythm Game

Rhythm Board Game

2020-04-14T20:48:42+00:00

This is a game board using the same concept as Chutes and Ladders. Each square has a rhythm pattern using “ta,” “titi,” and “ta rest.” The appropriate audience would be Grades 1-4.

Price: Always Free

Link: Rhythm Board Game

Rhythm Game

 

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!

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Theory/Aurals Review

2020-04-14T20:03:21+00:00

This resource is perfect for collegiate professors looking for aural skills resources during a period of online learning. This resource was created by Dr. Julia Alford at Temple University. She has made her Aural Skills classroom syllabus for online learning available – specifically for those teaching beginning level aural skills.

Price: Always Free

Link: Theory/Aurals Review

 

funky beat

How to Make a Funky Beat in 30 Seconds

2020-04-14T20:02:22+00:00

This website is great for K-12 general music teachers who want to allow their students to create their own beat patterns. The list features 6 websites and apps that allow students to quickly produce beat/rap patterns on their own. Students require a computer or a tablet to access all of the resources. The program flexibility allows for student choice and creativity in their execution of this project.

Price: Always Free

Link: How to Make a Funky Beat in 30 Seconds

 

jam zone

Little Kids Rock Jam Zone

2020-04-14T20:00:16+00:00

The Jam Zone is great for students of all ages to find songs and jam! The Jam Zone has a large list of popular songs where you can select your rock band instrument and view it as regularly noted OR the little kid rock notation. They are right next to each other so students can view both at the same time. A lot of the lessons can transition into each other and end with performances to show off what you have learned.

Price: Free with paid upgrades available

Link: Jam Zone

jam zone

Little Kids Rock Jam Zone

2020-04-14T19:59:49+00:00

The Jam Zone is great for students of all ages to find songs and jam! The Jam Zone has a large list of popular songs where you can select your rock band instrument and view it as regularly noted OR the little kid rock notation. They are right next to each other so students can view both at the same time. A lot of the lessons can transition into each other and end with performances to show off what you have learned.

Price: Free with paid upgrades available

Link: Jam Zone

world drumming

Great Grooves World Drumming

2020-04-14T19:48:12+00:00

This resource focuses on Gahu African Drumming and Dance as well as grooves from a variety of different cultures. This is an interactive website where students can create their own drum beats using the instruments from the culture. Students will read about the culture and instrument and then use an audio mixer to control the different instruments.

Price: Always Free

Link: Gahu African Drumming

 

Meme War

Choir Meme War

2020-04-14T19:46:00+00:00

In this easily adaptable activity for all music classes, students make choir memes. This activity works nicely as enrichment and/or extra credit. Students can easily collaborate in Google Classroom and make memes via Google Slides. This activity encourages student creativity and new ways of relating to material covered in choir rehearsal all in a lighthearted way.

Price: Free Always

Link: Choir Meme War

name that tune solfege worksheet

Name that Tune Solfege Worksheet

2020-04-14T15:16:13+00:00

This worksheet is ideal for students who are studying solfege and also beginning music theory/aural skills. Multiple key signatures are included. Since it is addressed to a classroom, having a version that students could complete via Google Docs/Forms as a quiz would be helpful. If Zoom is an option, the teacher could use breakout rooms to complete the group aspect presented. Likewise, directions for “in class” work need reformatting for online instruction.

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: NameThatTuneSolfegeWorksheet

name that tune solfege worksheet

Name that Tune Solfege Worksheet

2020-04-14T15:15:07+00:00

This worksheet is ideal for students who are studying solfege and also beginning music theory/aural skills. Multiple key signatures are included. Since it is addressed to a classroom, having a version that students could complete via Google Docs/Forms as a quiz would be helpful. If Zoom is an option, the teacher could use breakout rooms to complete the group aspect presented. Likewise, directions for “in class” work need reformatting for online instruction.

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: NameThatTuneSolfegeWorksheet

Composition Project: Melody Recall

2020-04-14T15:07:29+00:00

This introduction to composition is perfect for theory classes, online band and orchestra, and secondary general music! Clear directions on how to compose a basic melody for different instruments are provided. Students need access to notation software and the knowledge to create at least 2 levels of harmony to complete this assignment. This is already formatted for an online class setting. A grading rubric is provided, and teachers would be able to modify this flexible lesson for inclusion in a larger unit. Author: Sarah Gulish

Cost: FREE during COVID-19

Link: COMP-1_-Melody-Recall

Click here to access a google drive file. You must “Make a Copy” first and then you can edit. 

Composition Project: Melody Recall

2020-04-14T15:06:59+00:00

This introduction to composition is perfect for theory classes, online band and orchestra, and secondary general music! Clear directions on how to compose a basic melody for different instruments are provided. Students need access to notation software and the knowledge to create at least 2 levels of harmony to complete this assignment. This is already formatted for an online class setting. A grading rubric is provided, and teachers would be able to modify this flexible lesson for inclusion in a larger unit. Author: Sarah Gulish

Cost: FREE during COVID-19

Link: COMP-1_-Melody-Recall

Click here to access a google drive file. You must “Make a Copy” first and then you can edit. 

Composition Project: Melody Recall

2020-04-14T15:06:22+00:00

This introduction to composition is perfect for theory classes, online band and orchestra, and secondary general music! Clear directions on how to compose a basic melody for different instruments are provided. Students need access to notation software and the knowledge to create at least 2 levels of harmony to complete this assignment. This is already formatted for an online class setting. A grading rubric is provided, and teachers would be able to modify this flexible lesson for inclusion in a larger unit. Author: Sarah Gulish

Cost: FREE during COVID-19

Link: COMP-1_-Melody-Recall

Click here to access a google drive file. You must “Make a Copy” first and then you can edit. 

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Lesson Plans To Inspire Your Classroom Activities (Soundtrap)

2020-04-14T14:50:58+00:00

Teachers looking for Soundtrap lesson plans will find much of use here. This resource provides an extensive collection of lesson plans for all grades. Designed for general music while satisfying National Core Arts Standards, teachers can find objectives, ideal level, a detailed explanation of the activity/project, and options for extended learning in these plans.

Price: Free during COVID-19 (Soundtrap subscription normally $249/year for 50 users)

Link: Lesson Plans To Inspire Your Classroom Activities

Bingo for Kids

Music Listening Bingo for Kids

2020-04-14T14:26:34+00:00

Using a Spotify playlist of KidzBop songs, this Bingo for Kids activity is a great way to involve the whole family in music listening or to be used in the classroom on a regular basis! Kids use a bingo sheet to identify songs and the first one to get a bingo wins. This is a great tool for at-home music listening.

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: BINGOFORKIDSDOWNLOADNEW

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Middle School Chorus Distance Learning Lesson Ideas

2020-04-14T14:25:22+00:00

Need helping planning remote activities for your middle school chorus? Created by Danielle Larrick, this Google Doc is a constantly updated resource for you to utilize as you plan and execute remote learning at the middle school chorus level. It contains ideas for both teachers and students as well as assessment and planning strategies. You can either download this as a PDF or click on the google doc to copy and edit for your needs.

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: Choir-Virtual-Learning-Ideas

Click this link to access this google slideshow. Make sure you “make a copy” so you can edit. 

tonal pattern composition lesson

Tonal Pattern Composition Lesson

2020-04-14T14:24:10+00:00

This resource works well for vocally-oriented classes as well as the secondary music technology classroom. Students compose & record a vocal melody, add accompaniment tracks to match, and submit them for grading. The resource provides a grading rubric. This is a self-contained lesson with room to adjust difficulties for age. Subscription to Noteflight Learn and SoundtrapEdu allow one to take full advantage of the resource. Teachers can easily adapt this for instrumentalists as well through the Google Drive link to copy and edit. Author: Danielle Larrick

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: Tonal Pattern Composition Lesson

tonal pattern composition lesson

Tonal Pattern Composition Lesson

2020-04-14T14:23:14+00:00

This resource works well for vocally-oriented classes as well as the secondary music technology classroom. Students compose & record a vocal melody, add accompaniment tracks to match, and submit them for grading. The resource provides a grading rubric. This is a self-contained lesson with room to adjust difficulties for age. Subscription to Noteflight Learn and SoundtrapEdu allow one to take full advantage of the resource. Teachers can easily adapt this for instrumentalists as well through the Google Drive link to copy and edit. Author: Danielle Larrick

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: Tonal Pattern Composition Lesson

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Soundtrap Remix Challenge

2020-04-14T14:14:02+00:00

This quick lesson plan provides tools for helping your students create remixes on Soundtrap. Teachers can either download this as a PDF or use via Google Drive to copy and edit. This lesson plan is a great way to explore software such as Soundtrap without an in-depth project. Author: Danielle Larrick

Price: Free always

Link: Remix-Challenge

Click here for a link to a Google Slideshow that you can copy and edit!

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Soundtrap Remix Challenge

2020-04-14T14:13:02+00:00

This quick lesson plan provides tools for helping your students create remixes on Soundtrap. Teachers can either download this as a PDF or use via Google Drive to copy and edit. This lesson plan is a great way to explore software such as Soundtrap without an in-depth project. Author: Danielle Larrick

Price: Free always

Link: Remix-Challenge

Click here for a link to a Google Slideshow that you can copy and edit!

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“Rap My Name” Lesson Plan

2020-04-14T14:05:21+00:00

This resource is great for both general music & music tech classrooms of all ages. This is a self-contained lesson and only requires speaking in rhythm. Teachers might use it early in the year as an “icebreaker” activity. The project allows for the use of applications/softwares to create a rhythmic accompaniment. The rapping portion allows some creativity, but also provides structure in creating rhythms.

Price: Free always

Link: “Rap My Name” Lesson Plan

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Mrs. Stouffer’s Music Room

2020-04-13T21:42:28+00:00

Mrs. Stouffer provides resources ideal for student enrichment through distance learning. A “student friendly page” displays these links for sharing with students. She includes websites with games and activities, resources for instrumental music students, videos for younger and older students, YouTube videos and channels about music, and a collection of tools for teachers.

Price: Free always with some paid resources

Link: Mrs. Stouffer’s Music Room

 

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Decolonizing the Music Room

2020-04-13T21:39:28+00:00

“Decolonizing the Music Room” exists as a collection of podcasts, repertoire, research, articles, and books with a focus on non-Western music history and multicultural inclusion. Some resources are for educators exclusively. These describe philosophies and methods of musical decolonization. Teachers can review other resources for use by secondary and collegiate students for reflection/discussion on diversity in music.

Price: Free Always

Link: Decolonizing the Music Room

 

Music Tech Project

Music Tech Project

2020-04-13T21:32:20+00:00

This lesson is perfect for a music tech project for middle school. Students will practice using GarageBand to alter their voices with different sound effects. An assessment rubric has been included.

Price: Always Free

Link: Music Tech Project

Music Tech Project

E-Learning Drive

E-Learning Google Drive

2020-04-13T21:31:29+00:00

This resource is ideal for elementary general music educators who wish to give their students activities to do at home. The Drive includes calendars that give a different activity for each day. There are different calendars for each grade. While this does only include April, educators can re-purpose the activities for any day/month. Activities include having students dancing, singing, making an instrument, or reading. Other resources include worksheets involving rhythm and recorder.

Price: Always Free

Link: E-Learning Google Drive

E-Learning Drive

Music Class Worksheets

Music at Home Worksheets

2020-04-13T21:27:51+00:00

Music at Home Worksheets are ideal for elementary students who want to continue their study of general music, these worksheets include scales, dynamics, composition, etc. Only scale activities come with assessments, however, teachers can re-purpose any activity as an assessment or lesson plan. The activities include having students play games, listen to music, respond, interview, and draw. One needs a Teachers Pay Teachers account to download the activities, but it is free.

Price: Always Free

Link: Music at Home Worksheets

Music Class Worksheets

Practice Log

Practice Log

2020-04-15T01:00:10+00:00

This resource is ideal for students who need to keep track of their practice. The document has columns that allow the students to write down what they practice and how long. The document also has a column that allows an open-ended response asking the specifics of what they practiced. The student can also write down any questions they have. The educator can elect to include in a link to have their students submit their practice sessions.

Price: Always Free

Link: Practice Log

Be sure to make a COPY before editing this Google Doc.

Practice Log

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Choral Connections: Choir Evaluation Project

2020-04-16T17:02:12+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: ChoirEval_Final

 

 

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Victoria Boler’s General Music

2020-04-13T19:17:03+00:00

Victoria Boler’s General Music is a social media account where elementary teachers can get ideas for lesson plans along with tutorials on how to teach an array of different musical lessons. The Instagram account also gives access to many other pages to gather ideas as well.

Price: Always Free

Link: Victoria Boler’s General Music

Victoria Boler

Dance Lesson Plan

Dance Lesson Plan

2020-04-13T17:46:21+00:00

Ideal for pre-kindergarten through third grade music class, this lesson plan teaches concepts such as rhythm or meter through the use of dance. Abigail Kramer designed this lesson using the song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. Her lesson plan includes standards, procedures, and assessment.

Price: Free Always

Link: Dance Lesson Plan

Elementary General Music Plans

Free Elementary General Music Lesson Plans and Resources

2020-04-13T17:45:29+00:00

These lesson plan units and resources are ideal for educators planning lessons for third through sixth grade music. Created by Carole Corman, these lessons cover topics such as physics of music, music appreciation, music technology, music theory, and performance. The units also include assessments, worksheets, and additional resources. These lesson plan units are ideal for in-class activities, but are also adaptable to be done at a distance.

Price: Free Always

Link: Elementary General Music Lesson Plans

Meme War

Choir Meme War

2020-04-13T17:44:05+00:00

In this easily adaptable activity for all music classes, students make choir memes. This activity works nicely as enrichment and/or extra credit. Students can easily collaborate in Google Classroom and make memes via Google Slides. This activity encourages student creativity and new ways of relating to material covered in choir rehearsal all in a lighthearted way.

Price: Free Always

Link: Choir Meme War

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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

2020-04-16T16:57:33+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

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

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Great Grooves World Drumming

2020-04-13T17:34:00+00:00

This resource focuses on Gahu African Drumming and Dance as well as grooves from a variety of different cultures. This is an interactive website where students can create their own drum beats using the instruments from the culture. Students will read about the culture and instrument and then use an audio mixer to control the different instruments.

Price: Always Free

Link: Gahu African Drumming

 

Choral Octavo Scavenger Hunt

2020-04-13T17:30:13+00:00

This resource is ideal for late middle/early high school choir students who have some experience with music theory/history. This is a simple worksheet that gives students a way to connect with their ensemble repertoire outside of rehearsal. Completion assumes the students have access to the score and recordings, but these can easily be provided by the director. The document provided is unpolished and inconsistent with formatting, but it could easily be adapted to suit specific needs. Author: Danielle Larrick

Price: Free Always

Link: Choral-Octavo-Scavenger-Hunt-FFLAT

You can access the google drive file here to copy/edit

Music/ELA lesson plans for at home learning

K-8 Music/ELA Lesson Plans for Home Learning

2020-04-13T17:29:11+00:00

This is a very detailed lesson plan for use in any general music classroom, containing materials and possible adaptations for different grade levels. This may be somewhat challenging or uncomfortable for students who aren’t used to talking about themselves in writing, but it is a great way to bridge music and ELA. This lesson only covers one day of activities, but it could be expanded by providing more listening examples, exploring an entire genre of music, or comparing different genres. Author: Lauren Marcinkowski

COST: Free during COVID-19

Link: FREE-mandala-resource-music-and-Ela-lesson-plans

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Elementary Music Take Home Packet

2020-04-13T17:28:11+00:00

This take-home packet is ideally suited for lower elementary general music classes. Rather than all activities (four total) fitting into one unit, it gives a wide variety, focusing on giving students the chance to interact with music. Students will compose melodically and rhythmically, sing, and practice basic mallet technique. An interesting highlight is that the composition exercises ask the student to use items around the house as their note heads or to represent rhythms. Author: Music with Mrs. Dunc

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: TakeHomePacketFREE

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Little Kids Rock Jam Zone

2020-04-13T17:15:49+00:00

The Jam Zone is great for students of all ages to find songs and jam! The Jam Zone has a large list of popular songs where you can select your rock band instrument and view it as regularly noted OR the little kid rock notation. They are right next to each other so students can view both at the same time. A lot of the lessons can transition into each other and end with performances to show off what you have learned.

Price: Free with paid upgrades available

Link: LKR Jam Zone

 

Music Bingo

Music Bingo

2020-04-13T17:14:40+00:00

This musical bingo activity is great for elementary and early secondary general music students. The game card includes 16 different activities that students can do on their own time and submit to their teacher or online classroom. Students would require access to a computer or tablet in order to access websites and videos featured in the activities.

Price: Free Always

Link: Music Bingo

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How to Make a Funky Beat

2020-04-13T17:08:26+00:00

This website is great for K-12 general music teachers who want to allow their students to create their own beat patterns. The list features 6 websites and apps that allow students to quickly produce beat/rap patterns on their own. Students require a computer or a tablet to access all of the resources. The program flexibility allows for student choice and creativity in their execution of this project.

Price: Always Free

Link: How to Make a Funky Beat in 30 Seconds

 

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Theory/Aurals Review

2020-04-13T17:05:05+00:00

This resource is perfect for collegiate professors looking for aural skills resources during a period of online learning. This resource was created by Dr. Julia Alford at Temple University. She has made her Aural Skills classroom syllabus for online learning available – specifically for those teaching beginning level aural skills.

Price: Always Free

Link: Theory/Aurals Review

 

Syn-co-pa Distance Learning

2020-04-13T17:03:53+00:00

This resource is ideal for elementary students learning syncopation. The PowerPoint details instruction, practice, and application of syncopated rhythms. The PowerPoint begins with different rhythms and a recording of each rhythm on the slide. Students are instructed to repeat the rhythm and then compare with the recording. Students can apply what they’ve learned to the song “Russian Sailor’s Dance,” making for an excellent individual at-home activity.

Price: Free always

Link: Syn-co-pa Distance Learning

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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!

Composition

Songwriting/Composition Assignments

2020-04-13T16:57:10+00:00

This assignment is perfect for high school students in a music technology or general music class. This would be good for the middle or end of a unit on film music or on emotions in music. There are two projects in this lesson plan – a songwriter analysis assignment, and a composition assignment. Students need to have access to Logic or a similar software.

Price: Free always

Link: Songwriting/Composition Assignments

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

 

 

 

Art and Music

Unit: Music in Relation to Other Art Mediums

2020-04-12T21:16:59+00:00

This document is perfect for elementary general music, and possibly early middle school. Students will need to have access to different mediums of watching film, and may need to have a way to record themselves. The assignments provided are broad and allow room for the teacher to customize the lessons. This resource provides an outline to help a teacher build their own unit, broken down into three lessons (one project).

Price: Free always

Link: Music in Relation to Other Art Mediums

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“Name that Tune” Solfege Worksheet

2020-05-19T15:31:41+00:00

This worksheet is ideal for students who are studying solfege and beginning music theory/aural skills. Multiple key signatures are included. Since it is addressed to a classroom, having a version that students could complete via Google Docs/Forms as a quiz would be helpful. If Zoom is an option, the teacher could use breakout rooms to complete the group aspect presented. Likewise, directions for “in class” work need reformatting for online instruction.

Price: Free during COVID-19

Link: Name That Tune Solfege Worksheet

Composition Project: Melody Recall

2020-04-12T21:07:34+00:00

This introduction to composition is perfect for theory classes, online band and orchestra, and secondary general music! Clear directions on how to compose a basic melody for different instruments are provided. Students need access to notation software and the knowledge to create at least 2 levels of harmony to complete this assignment. This is already formatted for an online class setting. A grading rubric is provided, and teachers would be able to modify this flexible lesson for inclusion in a larger unit. Author: Sarah Gulish

Cost: FREE during COVID-19

Link: COMP-1_-Melody-Recall

Click here to access a google drive file. You must “Make a Copy” first and then you can edit. 

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Lesson Plans To Inspire Your Classroom Activities (Soundtrap)

2020-04-12T21:03:02+00:00

Teachers can use this resource as a Soundtrap-based lesson plan database. Soundtrap is a website designed for incorporating electronic music and recording projects into the classroom. This resource provides an extensive amount of lesson plans for all grades, focusing on general music and satisfying National Core Arts Standards. Each lesson plan provides details such as objectives, level, explanation of procedure, and learning goals.

Price: Free during COVID-19 (Soundtrap subscription normally $249/year for 50 users)

Link: Lesson Plans To Inspire Your Classroom Activities

Groove Pizza Lesson Plan

“Groove Pizza” with “We Will Rock You” Lesson Plan

2020-04-13T19:00:15+00:00

Perfect for early elementary or middle school general music, this lesson plan involves starting with a rhythm repeating activity and follows a link from another website to a GroovePizza preset. This can function as a self-contained lesson unless the teacher wants to do more with the GroovePizza app, and having students get to the website would be fairly simple. In-person aspects of this plan would require modification for distance learning, but this is a good use of the online app.

Price: Always Free

Link: mustech.net-Mid-Week-Lesson-Groove-Pizza-with-We-Will-Rock-You

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Ukulele Beginner Resource Packet

2020-04-12T20:58:29+00:00

This resource packet is ideal for individual ukulele practice with parent, teacher, or peer guidance. The packet provides different lessons on how to play the ukulele (i.e. notes/tuning, strumming patters, chords, chord progressions, etc.), and assumes limited prior knowledge in music theory and the ukulele. Students go through the packet individually, but are prompted to have another individual initial along the way to assure progress.

Price: Always Free

Link: Ukulele Beginner Resource Packet

Lion King

“Does Music Tell a Story?” Lesson

2020-04-12T20:51:20+00:00

This lesson plan is ideal for young learners to analyze music. The lesson takes an analytical look at two tunes from Disney’s “The Lion King.” The lesson takes apart the tunes and breaks down analysis of different topics such as high and low voices, male versus female voices, and other musical elements. Some adaptations may be needed if virtual learning is taking place via pre-recorded videos.

Price: Free Always

Link: Does Music Tell a Story?

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Rainbow Rhythm Composition Project

2020-04-12T20:49:52+00:00

This resources is a composition project ideal for middle- to upper-level elementary grades. Students compose and assign rhythms to different colors of the rainbow, which they then rearrange into four-bar phrases. Students can then perform their rainbow rhythm compositions, and submit an audio/video recording (and the accompanying worksheet) for a performance assessment. The project encourages students to “get some fresh air and exercise by going for a walk outside,” which helps promote their well-being.

Price: Always Free

Link: Rainbow Rhythm Composition Project

 

Virtual Choir HyperDoc for “Sisi Ni Moja”

2020-04-12T20:42:57+00:00

This is a detailed Google Doc describing the steps to participate in/create a virtual choir performance of “Sisi Ni Moja.” Links to rehearsal tracks for parts and conducting tracks are linked in the Doc. Video recording equipment will be needed. The process can be adapted to choir pieces other than “Sisi Ni Moja,” including current repertoire for your choir!

Price: Always Free

Link: Virtual Choir HyperDoc for Nixa Intermediate Choir

Unusual Musical Instruments

What in the World?? Unusual Musical Instruments

2020-04-11T21:48:31+00:00

This resource is perfect for K-8 general music lessons about non-traditional instruments. Students only require access to provided YouTube videos featuring unusual instruments and a provided PDF worksheet of accompanying questions. This resource is easily accessible and modifiable if the teacher wants to make it part of a larger unit.

Price: Free always

Link: What in the World?? Unusual Musical Instruments

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“Rap My Name” Lesson Plan

2020-04-11T21:47:12+00:00

This resource is great for both general music & music tech classrooms of all ages. This is a self-contained lesson and only requires speaking in rhythm. Teachers might use it early in the year as an “icebreaker” activity. The project allows for the use of applications/softwares to create a rhythmic accompaniment. The rapping portion allows some creativity, but also provides structure in creating rhythms.

Price: Free always

Link: “Rap My Name” Lesson Plan

Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

2020-04-11T21:46:27+00:00

This lesson packet is suitable for nearly any music student or music class. This resource is a list of three projects: a poster describing a composer (including a list of relevant works), a review of a movie musical, and a write-your-own mini-musical. Students are given the power of choice in how they interact with music in their chosen project. Some modification might be necessary depending on the age group of students completing these projects.

Price: Free always

Link: Chor(ona Vir)us Plan

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Choir Choice Board

2020-04-11T21:40:44+00:00

Perfect for middle or high school choirs, this resource is a list of out-of-class activities to use in lieu of class meetings. Each student can make a copy of the document and submit one activity a day to their instructor. In addition to the included list, there are also “create your own” activity spots. All activities involve free and easily accessible websites that accommodate various levels of experience.

Price: Free Always

Link: Choir Choice Board

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Mrs. Stouffer’s Music Room

2020-04-11T21:17:57+00:00

Mrs. Stouffer’s resources are great for teachers tasked with providing enrichment through distance learning. The compilation of links is also available on a “student friendly page” that can be shared with students. She includes websites with games and activities, resources for instrumental music students, videos to move for younger and older students, YouTube videos and channels about music, and a collection of tools for teachers.

Price: Free always with some paid resources

Link: Mrs. Stouffer’s Music Room

 

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Decolonizing the Music Room

2020-04-11T21:15:12+00:00

“Decolonizing The Music Room” is a collection of podcasts, repertoire, research, articles, and books with a focus on non-Western music history and multicultural inclusion. Some resources are for educators exclusively, describing philosophies and methods of musical decolonization. Other resources are great for use by upper middle school to collegiate students (after being vetted by teacher) for reflection/discussion on diversity in music.

Price: Always Free

Link: Decolonizing the Music Room

 

Musical Me Lesson

Musical Me: An Easy Back-to-School Tech Lesson

2020-04-11T21:11:40+00:00

Perfect for junior/senior high music tech, this is billed as a back-to-school review. Students answer included questions about their musical backgrounds and then present that information through a medium of their choice. Any software that the teacher has available can be incorporated into this project. This could be used for several class periods (one to introduce, one to work, one to present). Given how open-ended this is, it can be altered to suit one’s students and circumstances.

Price: Always Free

Link: Musical Me: An Easy Back-to-School Tech Lesson

Musical Me Lesson

Feierabend Sheet

Feierabend Fundamentals Virtual Schooling Resources

2020-04-11T21:09:20+00:00

This Google Sheet is perfect for elementary teachers seeking a fun creative way to incorporate lessons into a “workout” or goal-oriented learning process. This sheet includes different lesson plans and activities for students to do at home while also having some sort of structure made by teachers. The activities range from playlists, acting, moving, or lesson plans themselves that teachers can do either via Zoom or with videos sent to students with levels of different workouts assigned to each.

Price: Always Free

Link: Feierabend Fundamentals Virtual Schooling Resources

Feierabend Sheet

Recorder Star

Be a Recorder Star (Online)

2020-04-11T20:59:40+00:00

Be a Recorder Star allows students to start/continue recorder via independent learning. This interactive online version includes assignments, online books and recorder (choice of colors). There is a free 30-day trial during COVID-19, and afterwards is $7.95 for 13 months/student.

Price: Free 30-Day Trial, $7.95 for 13 months PER student

Link: Be A Recorder Star

 

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Unit Lesson: If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It

2020-04-15T00:53:57+00:00

In this unit lesson, advanced music students demonstrate their knowledge of the Baroque period by performing a song. Teachers can assess both the performers and audience members (classmates) on their behavior and character as if they were living in the Baroque Era. The plan provides strategies for both assessment and differentiation. Teachers can easily adapt this lesson for online instruction.

Price: Free always

Link: If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It

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Unit Lesson: If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It

2020-04-15T00:54:05+00:00

In this unit lesson, advanced music students demonstrate their knowledge of the Baroque period by performing a song. Teachers can assess both the performers and audience members (classmates) on their behavior and character as if they were living in the Baroque Era. The plan provides strategies for both assessment and differentiation. Teachers can easily adapt this lesson for online instruction.

Price: Free always

Link: If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It

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Unit Lesson: If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It

2020-04-15T00:54:21+00:00

In this unit lesson, advanced music students demonstrate their knowledge of the Baroque period by performing a song. Teachers can assess both the performers and audience members (classmates) on their behavior and character as if they were living in the Baroque Era. The plan provides strategies for both assessment and differentiation. Teachers can easily adapt this lesson for online instruction.

Price: Free always

Link: If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It

Strategies for Effective Practice Time

2020-04-15T00:59:14+00:00

Students who may be practicing on their own for the first time can utilize this Google Doc, which gives tips and techniques on how to practice effectively. The tips include having supplies nearby, starting with a warm-up, have a goal, etc. This list can also serve to help those who are already advanced to improve their practice sessions. The Doc is open to edit and be added to.

Price: Free always

Link: Strategies for Effective Practice Time

Strategies for Effective Practice Time

2020-04-15T00:59:08+00:00

Students who may be practicing on their own for the first time can utilize this Google Doc, which gives tips and techniques on how to practice effectively. The tips include having supplies nearby, starting with a warm-up, have a goal, etc. This list can also serve to help those who are already advanced to improve their practice sessions. The Doc is open to edit and be added to.

Price: Free always

Link: Strategies for Effective Practice Time

Strategies for Effective Practice Time

2020-04-15T00:59:02+00:00

Students who may be practicing on their own for the first time can utilize this Google Doc, which gives tips and techniques on how to practice effectively. The tips include having supplies nearby, starting with a warm-up, have a goal, etc. This list can also serve to help those who are already advanced to improve their practice sessions. The Doc is open to edit and be added to.

Price: Free always

Link: Strategies for Effective Practice Time

Practice Log

Practice Log

2020-04-15T01:00:01+00:00

This resource is ideal for students who need to keep track of their practice. The document has columns that allow the students to write down what they practice and how long. The document also has a column that allows an open-ended response asking the specifics of what they practiced. The student can also write down any questions they have. The educator can elect to include in a link to have their students submit their practice sessions.

Price: Always Free

Link: Practice Log

Be sure to make a COPY before editing this Google Doc.

Practice Log

Practice Log

Practice Log

2020-04-15T01:00:23+00:00

This resource is ideal for students who need to keep track of their practice. The document has columns that allow the students to write down what they practice and how long. The document also has a column that allows an open-ended response asking the specifics of what they practiced. The student can also write down any questions they have. The educator can elect to include in a link to have their students submit their practice sessions.

Price: Always Free

Link: Practice Log

Be sure to make a COPY before editing this Google Doc.

Practice Log

Baroque music

Unit Lesson: If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It

2020-04-15T00:54:11+00:00

In this unit lesson, advanced music students demonstrate their knowledge of the Baroque period by performing a song. Teachers can assess both the performers and audience members (classmates) on their behavior and character as if they were living in the Baroque Era. The plan provides strategies for both assessment and differentiation. Teachers can easily adapt this lesson for online instruction.

Price: Free always

Link: If It’s Not Baroque, Don’t Fix It

Strategies for Effective Practice Time

2020-04-15T00:59:32+00:00

Ideal for students who may be practicing on their own for the first time, this Google Doc gives tips and techniques on how to practice effectively. Tips include having supplies nearby, starting with a warm-up, have a goal, etc. This list can also serve to help those who are already advanced to improve their practice sessions. The Doc is open to edit and be added to.

Price: Free always

Link: Strategies for Effective Practice Time

Strategies for Effective Practice Time

2020-04-15T00:59:44+00:00

Ideal for students who may be practicing on their own for the first time, this Google Doc gives tips and techniques on how to practice effectively. Tips include having supplies nearby, starting with a warm-up, have a goal, etc. This list can also serve to help those who are already advanced to improve their practice sessions. The Doc is open to edit and be added to.

Price: Free always

Link: Strategies for Effective Practice Time