Middle school choir
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Engage your middle school choir students by incorporating these five strategies in your rehearsals. Make the rehearsal process fun again by breathing new life into your routine with your middle school choir students. Adding these strategies to your music lesson plans can help engage your middle school chorus students quickly so you can minimize negative behaviors.
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Erin Voiles saved to Teaching Music
Question: What type of music technology activities can I do with my middle school students? This question has been popping up […]
Julie Robinson saved to School
*Over 700 sold!* Save time lesson planning for your middle school choir & chorus (also band and orchestra), using this set of over 300 ready-to-go Power Point Slides or Google Slides. Copy and paste into your own PowerPoint to fully customize your daily bell work (or daily work, bell ringers, do now, etc.). Start your middle school class with STRUCTURE and meaningful bell work questions. Never worry about bell work again (except for customizing your weekly PowerPoints or Google Slides in a…
K. A. saved to Chorus distance learninh
Bell ringers are my secret classroom management and lesson planning weapon. Having a consistent, daily routine for my students to expect saved a lot of time and heartache for me as a middle school choir teacher. Bell ringers serve as great formative assessment tools so your admin can be happy and they're great for classroom management because it sets the tone of each class so kids know what to expect. Make your music lesson planning easy by starting each class with a targeted bell ringer…
Need a refresher on how to teach a choir fun warmups, specifically middle school choir? Check out this blog post with everything you need to know!
A list of 14 fun songs for middle school choir that work for beginners and all levels!
Hi everyone, this is Amanda Isaac. Middle School is a tough and fantastic age group to work with. They challenge you daily and demand your best; the most successful teachers serve that expectation and energy right back to them. Middle schoolers want to be both kids and grown up. I know I try to feed both halves of that personality split. Let them be goofy when appropriate and insist on professionalism when it’s time to work and perform. I also do as much as I can to lead them to certain…
Megan Webster saved to Teaching Ideas