A worksheet made for use in the classroom. Used with a year 5 class during my PGCE who absolutely loved it! I played them the different types of music and they filled in the relevant boxes. Useful for getting children to think about the different tempos, pitch and dynamics in popular music.
Looking for an easy and convenient way to expose your students to a wide variety of Spanish language music?
These activities are designed to expose students of all fluency levels to Spanish language music. These tiered activities can be used with the 16 song cards included or with the song of your choice and make differentiation simple.
I like to use these activities for my fast finishers or set them up as stations around my classroom. The 16 song cards feature QR codes that students can scan with their personal devices or school issued devices. This will link them right to audio tracks of the corresponding songs. They can listen as many times as they need to to complete the activities. With endless possibilities, this product will be able to be used with any level of Spanish class for years to come.
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This product includes:
-Guide for Educators
-Master Song List
-16 Song Cards with QR Codes
-1 Music Appreciation Activity for Novice Learners
-1 Music Appreciation Activity for Novice - Intermediate Learners
-1 Music Appreciation Activity for Intermediate - Advanced Learners
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This is probably the most used resource in my maths lessons. I use the concept of houses; the further along the street they go the more expensive the value of the houses. Decimal point means I've crossed the road to where houses are being built e.g. 1/10th or 1/100th. Also useful for rounding, multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000, written calculations etc etc.