Teaching Resource for Visual Arts and Music

Teaching Resource for Visual Arts and Music

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Author: Melista Brodnax
  • Explore www.free.ed.gov
  • Locate Unique Arts and Music Lessons
  • Gain Student Interest in Arts and Music
  • Meet Standards for Instruction of Arts and Music


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Locate and Select a Lesson for use in Arts and Music Classroom

Brief tutorial to introduce www.free.ed.gov to eductors involved in teaching Arts and Music. This demonstration is a step by step instructional mudule that will assist in locating and identifying a lesson that will meet the needs of the Arts and Music eductor.

Online Interactive Lesson Units Concentrating on Arts

Technology and art seem to be at opposite ends of the spectrum, but when lessons such as these are integrated into the teaching plan, the realization that technology does indeed positivly impact the arts is concluded.

National Gallery of Art's Interactive Collection for Children

The National Gallery of Art provides educators, parents, and students the opportunity to create their own works of art. This is an example of of one such activity that allows the educator to not only reinforce the lessons taught in art but to make the learning process real.

Music Lessons from the Smithsonian

Introducing students to famous composers and assisting them in gaining an appreciation for their contribution to music.

American Roots Music

Music was a means for many of our ancestors to examine the meanings of their daily lives.  The roots of this great country have been documented in the lyrics and songs of the past. Through exploration of the cultural documentation in songs, educators can assist students in gaining an understanding of the complex issues that faced their ancestors as they strove to conquer the land and the inhabitants of America.


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