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Re: MUSIC in the art room

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Date: Wed Feb 13 2002 - 21:55:47 PST


Interesting thread.....whenever I'm asked to play "their" music, I say that
I'll "preview" it first and if it is harmless I'll play it..........
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From: "JPeterson-Shea" <jpeterso@usd325.theclassic.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 8:32 AM
Subject: Re: MUSIC in the art room

> I also occationally let the kids play their own music (high school level)
any
> noise problems or inappropriate language in the music and it gets turned
off.
> My biggest problem is one group not wanting to listen to what the other
group
> wants or wanting to "baby sit" the CD player and change songs, I tell
them if
> we can't listen to the entire CD straigh through don't bring it.... In
the
> event that there are too many problems we sometimes listen to MY music...
>
> Julie
>
> Cindi Hiers wrote:
>
> > well, you will think I am nuts but the kids play their
> > music. No language allowed. I will play my Beethovan
> > when introducing a new lesson, and any written work.
> > Giving them the use of my CD player means they have to
> > share and get along and listen to all types of tunes.
> > A standard rule is music is played for 1/2 hr (100
> > min. blocks) then it can be changed, but it is not an
> > issue except with Country! Cindi
> > --- Rgart58@aol.com wrote:
> > > I like to have music on during class. Iam in need
> > > for some new sounds
> > > What music/CDs do you play in you classes?
> >
>

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