Music Teachers have a very busy schedule. Possibly music teachers have the busiest life of all teachers, and they don't have time to create the amazing music lesson plans that they should. Of course, many would argue with that statement. Maths, Science and History teachers of course work very hard and no-one would say they
Its here! Last year we ran a competition, where we asked members on our mailing list to submit ideas for our ebook competition. In this competition we asked the question: "What is the single best idea you can give a substitute music teacher, or that you can use yourself when substituting for someone else" The
This video is a Suzuki teacher using flashcards to actively involve her students in remembering musical terms they have played in their pieces. I was just looking through youtube for music theory videos and I stumbled across this teacher who was actively involving her students in remembering musical terms they have played in their pieces.
The web is a great place to find free music activities and lesson plans that can be used in the classroom. Here are 15 sites that provide helpful materials for teachers. Music Quizzes - The Music Tech Teacher provides more than 130 music quizzes and games that can be used in the classroom. Quizzes cover
I have just found a free online teaching resource exploring Baroque Music. I've just found some quizzes and listening exercises based on Two movements of Handels concerto Grosso Opus 6 No 5 in D major that you could use with your classes as a bit of fun learning The resource is called Baroque On and
Here are 3 tips for teaching some Basic Music Symbols that you could use in an Elementary Music Lesson Plan. Feel free to use as many or as little as you like and if you would like to add some feedback or extra ideas please feel free to leave a comment. Hope you find them
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