Playing with ImprovisationTools for Using Technology with Integrity in the Orff Classroom By Lisa M. SullivanCD-ROM
Technology is an important resource in education today - one which students find to be highly motiviating. Playing with Improvisation offers 10 active music lessons for barred instruments or beginning recorder that encourage improvisation and quality music making through technology. Most of the activities offer more than one developmental option, so the lesson can be tailored to your students' ages and abilities.
Each lesson comes with two different, well-processed lesson plans; one is for use with young students on barred percussion instruments and one is for beginning recorder players. Included are tips on how to use the PowerPoint visuals along with advice on how to empower skillful improvisation in your classroom.
The files on this CD-ROM are appropriate for use with Interactive Whiteboards or any computer with a projector. The animation is directed totally from the teacher's computer. All PowerPoints for all variations are included with this product.
Students Recorder Handouts, ready for duplication, are included.
Contents:How to use this resourceSee-SawBobby ShaftoeAutumn Leaves2, 4, 6, 8Riding in a BuggyCobbler, CobblerPeas Porridge HotSyncopation in G PentatonicJack SpratPlaying in the RainStudent Recorder Handouts