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Expression: Music Project

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In Light of COVID-19 this resource is FREE
to help remote teaching

This project is intended for secondary general music classes and provides tools for engaging in active listening. This resource comes with a GoogleSlideshow (with video/audio links) and student handouts.

Description

This project is intended for secondary general music classes and provides tools for engaging in active listening. Students create personal playlists and then learn to listen critically to unfamiliar music through a description and analysis activity. Finally, students contact the power of musical expression through a soundtrack extension- using WeVideo and Soundtrap, students create short videos with contrasting soundtracks to express multiple moods and ideas. This resource comes with a GoogleSlideshow (with video/audio links) and student handouts. These can be downloaded as PDFs or used in conjunction with the google suite so you can copy and edit as needed.

About the Author

About the Author

Danielle E. Larrick is a musician-educator in her 12th year of teaching who believes in the value of middle school music as a means of identity, expression, and connection. She focuses on designing practical, innovative, and engaging music curricula for middle school students. Danielle holds a B.M. in Music Education from Temple University and a Masters in Music Education from The University of the Arts. She served as the K-8 music teacher in an urban Philadelphia Charter School for two years. Currently, she teaches general music and directs the choirs at Gerald Huesken Middle School.

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