Middle School Educators take note:
Our good friend James Frankel along with master music educator’s Tom Rudolph and Stef Langol have produced an invaluable music resource with the launching of http://www.connectwithmusic.org. This website is supported by both NAMM and TI:ME. Connect With Music includes 30 FREE interdisciplinary plans that utilize multimedia, music and technology to aid in the instruction of Language Arts, Mathematics and Science at the middle school level.
Again, this tremendous resource is free and both delightful and insightful! Here is a list of it’s project goals from their site:
1. Creation of a Multimedia-based Interdisciplinary lesson plans integrating music into three core subject areas at the secondary level: language arts/reading, mathematics, and science. Each subject area will have ten lesson plans that will integrate music into the subject area instruction. These unit level lessons plans will be comprehensive in scope, and take up to five class periods to implement and complete.
2. Improving Students’ Mastery of Standards in technology, core subject areas, and creating, performing and responding to music. For this project multimedia is defined as “a computer-based information delivery system that uses a variety of media in a rich, interactive environment.” The variety of media includes text, graphics, photography, virtual reality, animation, video, music, sound effects, narration, and 3-D modeling. The delivery systems are web-based, CD, or DVD, using tools such as PowerPoint.
Please visit this site today and explore some of the great lesson plans including: Podcasting Pi, Fractions and Rhythm, Serialism and Symmetry, The Book that Saved the Band, Cells Made Alive: Rhythm of Life and many more! I’m sure that you will find something that will enhance your classroom lessons at this site. Did I mention these lesson plans are FREE? ;)
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No, Thank you! Maybe we should have added “spelling”! I didn’t catch that I spelled “math” as “match” until I read your comment! :)
Thanks so much for mentioning the site on your blog! I know that with your help, we’ll make this new resource available to a much wider audience. Much appreciated, and keep up the tremendous work. Love the new look!
anybody no of any churches in chicago land area looking for organists/keyboard players. If so, just let me know. Or you point me to any sites that list the churches. thank you.
Thanks for posting.. a little off topic, but were happy to help! There is a great website called churchjobs.net http://churchjobs.net. I saw postings for two organists in Chicago, IL.