A Little Bundle of World Music Joy!
Hi there all of you busy little Music teachers! I know that this time of year is certainly not a time where we start to wind down – there concerts to prepare and perform, end of year celebrations, Christmas shopping, Christmas craziness and even just general “stuff” that is all happening at once.
So, even though I am sure you are not thinking about what to teach next year, after the Christmas break, I have an idea that will solve that future little dilemma! It won’t be long and you will be back in the swing of things, so, to make your life a little easier, try the World Music Bundle that has everything there at your fingertips, ready to go. No need for thinking or stressing when you return.
Everything you need to teach World Music is in this Bundle! There are three products that have been prepared so that all you have to do is print and teach! Included in the Bundle are: World Music Unit of Work, World Music Bulletin Board Kit and the World Instrument Study.
You can purchase all of these products separately, but, as a Bundle you save $$$. Each resource perfectly compliments the other. You can teach the Unit of Work – which will lead your students through a study of African, Chinese and Indonesian Cultures. In the unit are all the links to videos and music embedded, so you don;t even have to purchase any extra music! The unit has 2 listening activities for each culture, Super Six Reading Strategies, Performance activities and an Assignment that has all marking rubrics as well!
While teaching this unit, use the World Music Bulletin Board resources and display the instruments that you are studying in class. You have two different background paper options for the entire kit. The best thing about this kit is that you print onto colored paper, and can match your classroom decor, and save $$$ on expensive color inks. There are borders, large and small instruments cards, alphabet bunting AND world instrument bunting with a BONUS Instruments of the Orchestra bunting included!
So to add to the learning experience, use the World Instrument Study pages. These are designed to get your students researching and learning independently, or even in small groups. Both you and your students can choose which instruments to study and learn about – so much flexibility! These Instrument Study pages are great for learning centers, small group work or even as an assignment.
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Until next time
Julia from Jooya