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musicman1eanda

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    Beginning Band Engagement (band director chat room): I utilize this resource very frequently to connect with other music educators. With this resource, band directors can get extremely helpful advice from a pool of thousands of fellow band teachers.
yvetteml

The Relationship Between Language & Culture and the Implications for Language Teaching ... - 0 views

  • Language teachers must realize that their understanding of something is prone to interpretation. The meaning is bound in cultural context. One must not only explain the meaning of the la
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  • used, but the cultural context in which it is placed as well. Often meanings are lost because of cu
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  • eologies, and cultural boundaries which limit expression.
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  • o not share all of our cultural paradigms.”
  • Language is used to maintain and convey culture and cultural ties. Different ideas stem from differing language use within one’s culture and the whole intertwining of these relationships start at one’s birth.
  • It is not until the child is exposed to their surroundings that they become individuals in and of their cultural group.
  • rom birth, the child’s life, opinions, and language are shaped by what it comes in contact with.
  • Hantrais (1989) puts forth the idea that culture is the beliefs and practices governing the life of a society for which a particular language is the vehicle of expression.
  • he understanding of a culture and its people can be enhanced by the knowledge of their language
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William Bauer

Smithsonian Learning Lab: Discover, Create, Share - 0 views

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    Support deep, meaningful learning with an online universe of authentic resources and tools for making them your own.
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WebQuest MUE6696 - 0 views

  • Clicke here to listen to music on Music Tech Teacher website.
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  • Click here to listen to music on Music Tech Teacher website.
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tonyamashburn

Getting Started with Chrome extension - Diigo help - 0 views

  • Use the “Save” option to bookmark a page. Bookmarking saves a link to the page in your online Diigo library, allowing you to easily access it later.
  • Highlighting can also be accomplished from the context pop-up. After the Chrome extension is installed, whenever you select text on a webpage, the context pop-up will appear, allowing you to accomplish text-related annotation. Highlight Pop-up Menu – After you highlight some text, position your mouse cursor over it and the highlight pop-up menu will appear. The highlight pop-up menu allows you to add notes to, share, or delete the highlight.
  • Sticky Note Click the middle icon on the annotation toolbar to add a sticky note to the page. With a sticky note, you can write your thoughts anywhere on a web page.
tonyamashburn

musictheory​.net - 3 views

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    Great website to use in a music theory class I enjoy the lessons, exercises, and tools, plus the information on their mobile apps.
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    This website is really great for students who need to get practice mastering their notes names and familiarizing themselves with the music staff. There is a variety of different levels and concepts to help differentiate learning.
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    Various exercises in aural and written theory. Help train students to perfect harmonic and melodic theory and ear training.
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    Great free additional resource when working on note value, rhythm and meter, scales, key signatures, intervals, chords, ear training, and more.
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    This website is an incredible resource for all things music theory. With a wide range of lessons, exercises, and tools, this website is a must for any music teacher. The resources available on this website are perfect for music lessons in and outside of the classroom.
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    Musictheory.net is a free online music theory resource. There are lessons on: The basics, rhythm and meter, scales and key signatures, intervals, chords and chord progressions. These same lessons, as well as fretboard and ear training exercises, can be translated into exercises and also assignments that can be turned in and verified by a code checker. Beyond that there is also a set of tools that includes note, interval, scale and chord analysis calculators as well as a staff paper template and tempo tapper. More extensive options can be purchased.
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    MusicTheory.net is one of the best site for music theory lessons and exercises. This is very helpful for not only students of all ages, but also for the teacher to brush up on their theory.
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    This resource is a useful tool for teaching music theory. Interactive lessons on Music Basics, Rhythm and Meter, Scales and Key Signatures, Intervals, Chords, and More. Interactive Exercises to help with Staff Identification, Staff Construction, Keyboard Identification, Fretboard Identification, Ear Training. Website is free, apps cost money.
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    MusicTheory.net offers students opportunities to practice and hone music theory skills from anywhere. Includes basic and advanced concepts.
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    This website provides theory lessons ranging from beginner to advance. The lessons cover a wide range of material including: note names, note/rest values, accidentals, intervals, scale patterns and other music terminology. There are also exercises that can be completed by students. The exercises consist of various note name and ear training problems. Every exercise can be customized by the user to be at the beginner level or more advanced level. The website also keeps record of the user's score within as each exercise is completed.
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    Musictheory.net is a great resource, not just specifically for music theory students, but for all students of music. The "lessons" section is great for introducing new concepts of theory, and the "exercises" section is a fun way to quiz and practice these concepts. The site contains lessons and exercises regarding notes, intervals, triads and 7th chords, scales, key signatures, guitar tablature, and other subjects. I have found it to be very useful for extra practice for my AP Music Theory students.
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    This website can be a great resource for teaching and studying music theory. There are lessons on rhythm, meter, chords, and notes, among others. There are also exercises and tools to apply what you have learned through the lessons. The lessons, exercises, and tools from the website are free, and there are also a couple of premium apps, which can be used offline.
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    Like many similar resources, this site offers both free and paid-for options. It functions in the could, so there is no need to download anything to a computer, though these is an mobile app available too. The site offers both lessons and exercises. The lessons take students through basic music theory concepts while the exercises practice these concepts. The exercises are completely customizable as can be sent to students as customized.
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    This website is a fantastic tool for teaching basic or advanced music theory - it offers interactive and visually-engaging lessons that are simple for students of many levels to understand. There are also a number of exercises and tools that can be used to develop students understanding as well as assess students in a simple way. It can be used to help teach concepts and provide examples that solidify the concepts taught.
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    This free resource has a variety of self-paced music theory lessons with coordinating graphics, exercises that are customizable, and tools including a keyboard and matrix calculator. The site also has paid apps that can be used on any iOS device.
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    This website is full of helpful music theory exercises to help students identify chords, scales, intervals, and more. There is also an aural section. This is a great tool to use with theory students or student working on ear training.
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    I plan on using this resource with my middle school concert band students.
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    A fantastic website that offers basic and advanced music theory lessons. This site is a great resource for both secondary and college students.
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    Musictheory.net is a great resource to use if you have a student who is taking private instrumental lessons with you. I use it with my students who are beginning piano to practice reading notes on the staff. I can set the range of the staff on their iPad or computer in advance and ask them to practice reading notes on the treble or bass clef. This resource is great for creating independent musicians.
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    The purpose of this website is to deliver direct instruction regarding music theory and ear training concepts.  Music theory concepts range from basic (staff, note values) to advanced (undergraduate level analysis).  
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    This site contains a bunch of music theory lessons, tools, and exercises all for free!
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    Musictheory.net is an excellent free resource available for music teachers to use in their classes. Students can practice simple to advanced theory on the site. There are lessons that teach the basics of music theory with exercises students can complete for practice. It features many tools that teachers and students can use for extra help as well.
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    This website provides music theory training for students and teachers. The website has lessons, Exercises, and tools to build music theory skills
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    The site has several basic music theory lessons available and exercises for extra practice. There are several tools available that can be used in class. There are two apps that associate with the website available for download on a mobile device.
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    MusicThoery.net is an amazing tool to use for various Music Theory related concepts. Students can practice everything from scales, key signatures, and more. Educators can also create custom quizzes for their students to practice. It is an excellent free activity and study tool for your students!
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    This is a famous popular website and also app, that i use to teach my private students. This is a great way to practice reading music, ear training and knowing knowledge of different type of topics in music theory. This website and app has definitely made me a stronger musician through my undergraduate years. The purpose of this website is to provide practice of musical content, to help strength the mindset in many areas.
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    This is a website that offers free lessons, exercises and tools for the development of music theory knowledge and skill. 
tonyamashburn

Home :: Tresóna Music - 0 views

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    This site provides arrangement license purchases, music rentals, dramatic rights, and a library of already created arrangements.
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    This is a website that provides assistance and support for obtaining music licensing, an distribution.
tonyamashburn

The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Games - Cornerstone Confessions - 0 views

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    This website lists a large assortment of music education games that cover aural training, composers, compositions, instruments, notation, and symbols/vocabulary. "Ultimate List" is an accurate title! This looks like a compilation of several games from several websites all pulled into one. This is fantastic.
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    The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Games is a website filled with numerous resources available in aural training, composers, composition, instruments, notation, symbols/vocabulary and variety. These are free and students could even use them while at home and teachers can use to reinforce any lesson.
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    Comprehensive list and links to music education games. The list is sorted by what the games focus on (aural training, composers, etc.)
tonyamashburn

DCX - Drum Corps Xperience - 0 views

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    This website provides a historical archive of past drum and bugle corps scores, repertoire, and more.
tonyamashburn

Tools - Diigo - 0 views

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tonyamashburn

Getting Started with Diigolet - Diigo help - 0 views

  • Tags help you find and organize your bookmarks by letting you select all of your bookmarks with a certain tag or combination of tags. Quickly add relevant tags to a bookmark by clicking on any of the recommended tags that appear under the description field on the “Save Bookmark” pop-up. When you are satisfied with the information in the “Save Bookmark” pop-up, click the “Save Bookmark” button. Now a link to the page is stored in your Diigo library, and the information you entered is stored with it.
  • Highlight Highlighting lets you denote important information on a page, just like highlighting in a book, but with Diigo, the highlighted text will be conveniently saved to your library as well. There are some important things for me to denote on my recipe. My wife doesn’t like pineapple, my grandfather can’t have eggs or chocolate, and I don’t like coconut very much, so I highlight those items on the recipe to let me know I need to deal with them. Highlight by clicking “Highlight” on the Diigolet. Then select the text you want to highlight. The text will be visually highlighted and the text is now stored in your library. It’s that easy. Click the button again to exit highlighter mode. You can also change the color of a highlight by clicking the downward-pointing arrow next to “Highlight” and choosing a color. Colors are useful for differentiating different types of highlights. I will use a different color for each of the different people I need to consider.
  • To add a sticky note to a highlight, simply move your mouse cursor over a highlight. When the little pop-up tab with the pencil on it appears, move the cursor to it and a menu will appear. Choose “Add Sticky Notes”. Now you can type and post a sticky note just like before, but this time it will be tied to the highlighted text.
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