The MOST IMPORTANT goals of this project:
- Listen to the music you will hear on your Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Field Trip
- Learn and REMEMBER a bit about these composers
- Practice doing research and citing your sources
- having fun and being creative with Music
Tuesday, Dec. 6:
Wednesday, Dec 7:
Thursday, Dec. 8:
Friday, Dec. 9:
Heroes and Villains Playlist:
Step 1: Listening: CHOOSE YOUR COMPOSER AND LISTEN to his music. Students will listen to music by his/her chosen composer several times and identify the listening elements using correct Music vocabulary. Music can be here OR on Classics for Kids OR on YouTube
Step 2: About the Composer: Student will complete research about his/her composer using various source (online and hardcopy) and find the Required Facts PLUS More Fascinating Facts. All information must be put into your own words.
Step 3 (may take 2-3 weeks, depending on your project design idea): Perform, Create, Display, Present: Student will create or design a way to present his/her facts using the facts from Step 2.
- CLASSICS for KIDS
- Dallas Symphony Orchestra
- NY Philharmonic
- African-American, Hispanic, Women Composers
- Kids Music Corner
- More Women Composers
- Maestro Classics
- Classical Kids Collection
- Hub Pages (used to be Squidoo)
- Kids Konnect
- Classical Kids
My file is too big to email. What can I do?
Upload to YouTube, Google Drive, or Dropbox and send Ms. Turgeon a link
How do I upload videos to YouTube? Be sure to put your settings at "unlisted" (only those with the link can view/cannot be found in a YouTube search).
ASO Study Guides
2nd, 3rd, & 4th Grade Nature's Symphony
5th Grade Heroes & Villains coming soon
ASO Guides from Previous Years
TONS of good information included!
- Do a "smart search" with exact words or phrases
- Evaluate website--is it a university, educational site, or opinion site?
- is the information verified?
Click the links below to see the amazing work by SPARK kids, inspired by the ASO