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Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013

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Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013

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Latest Activity: Jun 7, 2014

Materials and important information

******* IMPORTANT SURVEY INFORMATION ********

Here is the link to the required survey. This survey MUST be completed no later than Friday, June 7th, 2013

Music and Dance class survey

 

ARS_template.doc

Be sure to wear comfortable clothing as you will be moving a lot. Also be sure to bring water. If you have a laptop or Ipad, they would be helpful to keep up with assignments during the day, instead of posting when you get home each night. 

See you on Thursday, May 30th! 

Full course syllabus

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Final projects 54 Replies

Please post your final project here.

Started by Stephanie Campbell. Last reply by Melodie Jun 7, 2014.

WWII, 1950s, 1960s, Nuclear Age 40 Replies

From Swing to Stroll to Twist!  With Bill Haley and the Comets, Chubby Checker & The Rolling Stones!  Classroom connections?  Please share.Continue

Started by Elizabeth Hunt. Last reply by Melodie Jun 6, 2014.

Westward Movement/Pioneers (1800 - 1900) 47 Replies

A great start to day 2!  Please comment on this era - how would you use this time period and songs and dances in your classroom?  (Jump Jim Joe, Lucky Seven, Playparties, Stars and Stripes Forever,…Continue

Started by Elizabeth Hunt. Last reply by Stephanie Campbell Jun 16, 2013.

Pre-Colonial Era (Baroque, Renaissance & Pre-Columbus Native America) Reflections 37 Replies

Please take a moment to post your thought, insights, and comments. How would you use this in your classroom? What challenges would you expect to have?Continue

Started by Stephanie Campbell. Last reply by Stephanie Campbell Jun 16, 2013.

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