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Lesson Plans


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Mon, 1 Sep 1997 17:13:08 -0400 (EDT)

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I teach high school, and am curious to know what people do about music in the
classroom. Last year I allowed the kids to choose the radio station, and it
was either hip-hop or rock & roll. So I chose one on odd days, and the other
on even, but on the days that I said no radio, I was offending one camp or
the other. It really caused a lot of friction, so this year I've decided
that kids will have no say at all, and I'll just play classical. I've also
instituted a no-talking policy,and music will fill the silence nicely.
Someone told me Mozart inspires creativity. Any suggestions on Mozart?
Other artists? Comments on music and talking in the room in general?

Duffy Franco

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