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14 reviewed resources for musical cuing

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A Musical Dynamics Activity

For Teachers 4th - 8th
Dynamics are elements of music that indicate how a piece is to be played or sung. Budding musicians practice musical dynamics by singing in small groups. The teacher indicates the dynamic (or how) the song is to be performed and pupils...
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WAITRESS on Broadway: Educational Toolkit

For Parents 9th - 12th Standards
What are the ingredients of happiness? Jenna, expert pie maker and the main character in the musical, Waitress, is faced with this question, as she struggles to free herself from an abusive marriage and pursue a happier life. The...
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Native American Music: Call-and-Response

For Teachers 5th - 12th
Students are introduced to call-and-response form of Native American song and dance. They identify and describe a call-and-response form as used in "0 Hal'Lwe." Male students will perform "0 Hal'Lwe" in call-and-response style with drum...
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Hank Williams: My Inspiration

For Teachers 11th - Higher Ed
Students research Hank Williams and explore his life and career. In this Hank Williams lesson, students complete Internet research, listen to example songs, and watch a movie all to analyze Hank Williams. The ultimate goal is to decide...
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Your Voice

For Teachers 2nd - 6th
This is a very interesting resource that could be a helpful tool in the right context. Learners discuss the appropriate speaking volume needed in given situations. They practice one-on-one discussions, class discussions, and responding...
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Japanese music

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Learners explain music in relation to history and culture. They explore "Tanko Bushi."
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Storytellers: Bruce Springsteen

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Students use the music of Bruce Springsteen to learn literature techniques.
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Eating the Rainbow: At the Farmer's Market

For Teachers Higher Ed
Students share what type of fruit and vegetables they like. For this adult health lesson, students explain the benefits of eating healthy foods. They discuss recipe ideas that can be done at home.
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What Makes Rubber Rubbery?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
Surprise! A pigskin isn't actually made from pig skin. Scholars learn about the properties and uses of both natural and synthetic rubber by watching a video in the ACS Reactions series. In particular, the video focuses on the different...
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Tinikling - Philippine Bamboo Dance

For Teachers 4th - 12th
What is Tinikling? How is this word pronounced? Is it really a dance? Where did it originate? Is there a story about the origin of this dance? Begin this dance lesson by answering these questions. Then use the video to teach the three...
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2010 Flashback: Looking Back on 2010 with the Visual Thesaurus

For Students 7th - 12th
Use this fill-in-the-blank worksheet along with the web site Visual Thesaurus as a guide to look up various events. This is a great way to explore the site and facilitate technology skills in a fun, interactive format.
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El Joki Poki (The Hokey Pokey)

For Teachers 1st
First graders sing and dance the Hokey Pokey bilingually. They read and sing the Spanish words for prepositions and act them out as they sing and act out the motions to the song, "El Joki Poki" (The Hokey Pokey).
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Vamos al Cine

For Teachers 9th - 12th
High schoolers research movies originally made in Spanish. Using the Internet, they complete a worksheet with questions in Spanish. They focus on movies in Spain or Mexico and discuss their findings. They watch appropriate films in...
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How Hard Is Your Heart Working?

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Students observe the differences in their pulse from when they are sitting to when they have been doing the "Hokey-Pokey."  In this heart health instructional activity, students take and record their pulse after they have been doing a...