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    The first three lessons of my unit plan thoroughly explained and assessed rhythm syllables: whole note (4 beats), half note (2 beats), quarter note (1 beat), eighth note (½ of a beat), and the rests that they are aligned with. The students were individually assessed with rhythmic sight reading exercises and composing/improvising short rhythmic phrases. For lesson four, the learning goal addressed was LG3, Students will be able to read and echo rhythms using whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, and eighth notes. The objective was for students to accurately clap and say (on rhythm syllables and words), their part in a new piece of music. This specific piece is a state-mandated competition song titled, Vive In Pace (1600s). It is composed/arranged by Orlando Gibbons and Audrey Snyder and written in Latin, for a 3-part mixed chorus. When I played a recording of it, the students all looked very uninterested. My students referred to it as, “slow, boring, and sounds weird.” I reassured them that once they learned all three parts and heard “how…

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    University Final Exam At the beginning of the semester reality hit, I was no longer in high school it was the start of my college experience. I began to learn a lot about life and the do’s and do nots of college. College is a whole new set of responsibility’s that must be taught to be dealt with, you must learn how to plan ahead and really take a lot from all the classes you are in. College has taught me that I am not a regular student I must work twice as hard as the others in order to make…

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    How to Write a Kickass Paper Let’s set the scene your Intro to Psychology of Child Development Class is slipping into the C range and you need to raise it back up to a B so you can keep your B average. How are you going to do it? You’re going to ace the next paper that’s how! Well that’s the plan at least, but you’ve been sitting in front of a blank word document for the past hour and a half. Maybe you’ve opened a note book to “review the material”, or maybe you’re really ambitious and opened…

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    setting is when the educator stands at the front of the class room and does most of the speaking. Sometimes they utilize power points or handouts to help facilitate learning. Comprehending what is taught during lecture is important in academic success. There are many different ways to help improve retention rates, but one common practice used among 99% of college students is note taking (Palmatier & Bennett, 1974). Note taking is said to benefit students in two different ways. Taking notes helps…

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    My Piano Research Paper

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    is something quite beautiful. The notes themselves are able to hum a certain tune, but if played correctly, more than one note can create a blissful melody. However, some notes are best played with a select few. The notes can represent humans. Each note, or human, sings their own note in their own perfect way. They never change who they are. They are never one another. But, sad to say, the notes themselves aren't enough, and neither was I. In the summer of 2004, I was a shy five-year-old little…

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    In the piano part, Chou introduces the notes from the rest of the Modal Complex related by symmetry, i.e. remaining notes of the aggregate (E-C#-C-Bb-Ab-Gb). However, he leaves out the notes C, D, and F; F is not to be introduced until the second movement; C and D become important members of the pentatonic set G-A-C-D-F played by the alto flute in measures 5-6. One may wonder how does this pentatonic set fit into Chou’s variable modes system, for no single hexachordal set contains these pitches…

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    Importance Of Kidwatching

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    observe the children separately, then identify what the children need and make curriculum changes. During the first step the teacher will observer the children and make note on what they are doing socially and language wise. Then the teacher will take these notes and attempt to make sense of what the students need and what would benefit the students. Finally, make the change needed to benefit the students in the classroom. These three components will benefit the students and allow them to…

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    O Blood Persuasive Speech

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    Lois. Lois was all like “ohhhh gosh there is someone in my house” they then struggled like fighting some and that’s when Maria was like oh wait I got a gun and BANG! Right into the right temple. Then Maria was like “wait I am super smart and decided to frame it as a suicide” So she tries to be smart by putting the gun in the left hand of Lois and shooting a bullet so her hand has the gun residue on it and also finding the bullet so there is only the one bullet. But, you may be thinking “yeah…

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    column. When I read the part about him being taken against his will to Spain, I think that’s important. I’m going to put that information in the Important Information column. Do you agree? Turn and talk with your partner. Allow time for students to talk and share. 5. Independent Work Time with Instruction: a. Whole-Group Instruction: Let’s try sorting this out together. Look at this phot of Squanto and the English soldiers. The teacher will then read a portion of the text. Turn and talk with…

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    (Wendell) After a diving accident in Hawaii, Brubeck suffered damage to his spinal cord, which resulted in nerve pain in his hands that prevented him from playing the typical, intricate, single-note runs that are seen in most jazz music. (Schudel) He learned to compensate by composing songs with complex time signatures, bulky chords, improvisational segments, and push-pull solos with Desmond and Marcello. This is what made Brubeck’s music stand out. In the mid 1950’s, the Quartet signed on with…

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