Posted: May 27, 2020
Posted: May 27, 2020
A new activity has been posted on the Music Art Shop Office 365 page. Are your stuck inside becasue of rain, check it out. Please remember that you can always go back in time to try the previous activites for some very exciting feedback!
Posted: May 22, 2020
In response to the avalanche of myths, conspiracy theories, false cures and phoney experts circulating since the beginning of the coronavirus, with this resource you will learn how to fight against this infodemic and search the web for valid information (Brought to you by CIVIX, the organization that runs the Student Vote program).
CTRL-F uses the COVID-19 pandemic as a case study to help students learn simple verification skills they can use to determine the reliability of sources and to evaluate the accuracy of news and information. Copyright © 2020 CIVIX, All rights reserved.
Posted: May 13, 2020
Go to your MAS office 365 to find my lesson and liks. Play the games to show me that you can apply all the theory that you learned last week.
Posted: May 5, 2020
Watch the videos on office 365! Send me a quick description of what each teaches (no more than 2 sentences each...DON'T just send me the title). Also I want you to create your own rhyme or expression for EGBDF, and GBDFA. Next week you get worksheets! (Fun).
Since most of you have not had music in three years, this will give you some background to stand on when you get to BHS.
If you are having issues with 365 send me an email...I will walk you throgh it.
Posted: May 1, 2020
By my count we have 11 instruments out at this time. Please be sure to bring your instruments in during your locker cleanout. Also please send me a quick email to let me know if you have one, it will save you from getting another pone call.
Posted: April 25, 2020
I have recoded a video to give you clear instructions as to how I want you to proceed with our new project. There is also a PowerPoint that I made as an example (both can be found in your specific Office 365). In the PowerPoint you will also find the copyright data for the special effects used in my strange film.
The video is too large to add to the teacher page, so 7-Seas or MAS @ SMS are your only options to view it, and the PowerPoint.