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Taking It to the Schools II: Music

Page history last edited by Lana Hallmark 2 years, 7 months ago

 

 

Taking It To the Schools II:  Community Experience in Music

 

Both of the following modules were prepared for Grades 3-5, but can be easily adapted to any grade level.

 

Music in Living Color

  Music in Living Color Accompanying Presentation 

 

Making a Musical Quilt

   Making a Musical Quilt Accompanying Presentation 

 

 

Make Your Own Music Module Template

 

These instructional materials were created by a team of Arkansas classroom teachers and teaching artists through a partnership between the Arkansas Department of Education, the Arkansas Arts Council, and Arkansans for the Arts. Many thanks to the team: Samantha Bentley, Ellen Foncannon Stephenson, Kimberly Collins, and Zinse Agginie.  The modules were inspired by the Model Cornerstone Assessments of the National Core Arts Standards.

 

Arkansas Visual Art Curriculum Frameworks:  http://www.arkansased.gov/divisions/learning-services/curriculum-and-instruction/curriculum-framework-documents/fine-arts-new-courses-valid-july-1-2015

 

National Core Arts Standards Model Cornerstone Assessments:  www.nationalartsstandards.org

 

For more information, contact Lana Hallmark, ADE Fine Arts Specialist, lana.hallmark@arkansas.gov

 

 

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