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Re: [teacherartexchange] Music in the Art Classroom

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From: Darren High (darren_high_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Jul 03 2005 - 13:43:07 PDT


I have cds of the Schoolhouse Rock songs. I wonder
how the younger kids would enjoy those? When I was a
kid we used to have these book and record sets which
were basically "children's books on tape" (only a
record instead). It would be nice to find some of
those, especially if it tied into the lesson.

I also saw a commerical for a cd that is basically kid
versions of current hit songs. The kids might enjoy
that.

--- Judy Decker <judy.decker@gmail.com> wrote:

> Greetings Art Educators,
>
> Music in the Classroom can be very effective when it
> is part of the lesson.
>
> This was a recent topic on Art Education list - lots
> of good feedback.
> If you would like to read what was said. Sign on to
> Art Education list
> and get a Yahoo ID. The subscribe information is on
> Incredible Art
> Education.
>
> This has been a HOT topic on Getty list too. There
> is a LOT of good
> stuff in the archives.
>
> Darren, I believe you are mainly elementary? You
> will want to check
> out Greg Percy's Songs in the Key of Art. Volume
> 1,2,3, and 4. I think
> he is working on Volume 5 now? We sure give him lots
> of good material
> to think about for songs.
> Greg's site is easy to find....Several Art Supply
> catalogs now carry them, too.
>
> You don't need to play music during the whole class
> period everyday...
> just introduce it. There are so many connections
> between music and
> art. If I thought people would read it, I'd put a
> page on Incredible
> Art Department.
>
> Mike Sacco - If you see this... Talk about how your
> Beatles' music
> enriched your Op Art Lesson. Ken Schwab used
> Beatles' music with a
> figure drawing lesson (sort of Peter Max inspired -
> very "groovy" --
> smile).
>
> Many teachers are working now to make their lessons
> more
> comprehensive....and finding their students are
> retaining the content
> more.... as it is now more meaningful. I even showed
> dance segments
> when I did Renaissance art. I took in a video tape
> (Shakespeare's
> Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado about Nothing are good
> ones that are
> available on tape) and showed just the dances. The
> costumes were
> wonderful to see, too. I think the segment I had was
> from Elizabeth
> (that came out a few years ago... can't remember
> now). Music enriches
> cultural lessons.
> Students don't need to spend every minute making
> art. The music
> doesn't have to be played all during class. There
> could be some
> listening time.
>
> Here is a page with info compiled by Jude
> Grochowski:
>
http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/Files/music.htm
>
> Here is a page I started on connections (just
> vocabulary):
>
http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/Files/art-music.htm
> It isn't finished - I just put it online today for
> you to see.
>
> Regards,
>
> Judy Decker
> --
> Incredible Art Department
> http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/
> Incredible Art Resources
>
http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/
>
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