My district is one that is implementing Student Learning Objectives...which are basically large-scale goals for each student in class based on their ability levels. Teachers have to set target scores/learning outcomes for lower level learners to higher level learners. That means there has to be some sort of pre-assessment in order to determine the level of the students. I really have struggled in attempting to create pre-assessments for orchestra. It has been hard to wrap my head around…
Earlier this week, I shared some of my favorite tried-and-true rhythm games and activities for children's choir. Most were focused on keeping the steady beat, moving, listening, improvising, and developing aural skills. Read the full post here . Today, I'm adding to the list with fun and engaging
Kodaly Rhythm Symbols, a system of music education for children that includes singing, ear training, solfeggio, rhythmic movement, and improvisation -- developed by Hungarian composer, Zoltan Kodaly, to achieve the goal of music literacy.
Rhythm in Art – Master Painting Examples. Rhythm in art refers to the arrangement of shapes in a way which creates an underlying beat. It is similar to the rhythm of music, but instead of notes and sounds, we use colors and shapes. The best way to learn about rhythm in art is to see it in action. #drawpaintacademy
Thank You For Joining the iTapOnline Community! You can view the Rhythm Tree for Tap Dancers below or download it directly here! May this Rhythm Tree give you clarity and confidence in your musicality.