Music Tech Teacher, Music Quizzes, Games and Worksheets Music Quizzes, Games, Worksheets and Music Theory Help by Ms. Garrett Scroll down the page to play 130+ elementary and middle school level quizzes, puzzles and games about music notes, rhythms, instruments, composers, and more. The Music Tech Teacher website is a non-profit educational site. To Top
languageteacherscollaborate [licensed for non-commercial use only] / NON TECH RELATED ACTIVITIES AND GAMES Flash Card Games By Andrew Hiben *Draw the pictures or print out the icons from the book. *Make them raise the card when I say it "levantalo" *Make them put them in order. Say them fast but repeat often. TPRS flash cardsStart having them draw the stories on flash cards and write a couplesentences on the back. By Theresa Thrasher It works like the old game show. Example: el escritorio is the password. By Mary Ann Sharpe The kids are in groups of 3 or 4. Make up six paper bags (I just use the large envelopes) each containing a list of English expressions to write in Spanish. FLYSWAT (Desk version) By Nicola Kennedy The flyswat game that most of us know as an overhead game can be done at a desk between two students. A great way to review is to also set them up in teams of 3. By Barbara Haller This is an end-of-chapter review. You can have your book open, but only if it's not currently your turn. Hollywood Squares By Julie Clack Grab it! Sandy Shedivy 4 Corners Sara Smith Brillo Lisa Botts Brigitte Storey
The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Activities Having a background as a music teacher, I often get the asked what resources are available for homeschoolers to grow in their music studies. As such, today I’d like to share with you an Ultimate List of Online Music Education Games available for FREE to public and homeschoolers alike to have fun while learning more about music. Whether playing via iPad, SmartBoard, or laptop, each resource provides supportive games and activities to reinforce music concepts at home. For your browsing convenience, these online music education games are organized into the following categories: aural training, composers, composition, instruments, notation, symbols/vocabulary and variety. Aural Training Composers Composition Musical Instruments Notation Symbols and Vocabulary Variety These websites could not be limited to one particular musical focus but have several online music education games covering a wide-variety of musical instruments and elements. SFS KidsThe New York Philharmonic Kids Zone
10 Best Games for ESL Teachers Abroad These games are perfect for the ESL classroom Games and fun activities are a vital part of teaching English as a foreign language. Whether you're teaching adults or children, games will liven up your lesson and ensure that your students will leave the classroom wanting more. Games can be used to warm up the class before your lesson begins, during the lesson to give students a break when you're tackling a tough subject, or at the end of class when you have a few minutes left to kill. This list of ten classic ESL games every teacher should know will help get you started and feeling prepared. Don't have a job yet? 1. There isn't an EFL teacher I know who doesn't use this game in the classroom. Why use it? How to play: First, watch this helpful video of real teachers using this game in the classroom by BridgeTEFL: This is best played with 6 students or more - the more, the better. 2. Call My Bluff is a fun game which is perfect at the start of term as a 'getting to know you' kind of game. 3.
Bass Clef Notes | Tools Bass Clef Note Quiz Do you know the bass clef notes? Bass Clef Quiz Options Click to Start Quiz © 2003-2014 Leading Tone Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Like the bass clef quiz? The Bass Clef and Music Reading Lessons If you need to learn about the notes of the bass clef or about reading music, check out the music reading lessons on studybass. Follow this link if you're looking for a printable diagram of the bass clef notes on the bass fretboard. Bass Clef Quiz Tool I created this little bass clef test to help you learn the bass clef notes. From the main page, select your options: Instrument - this will adjust to the correct note range for your instrument. Quiz Type - Choose different note ranges on the staff - Spaces, Lines, Lines and Spaces, Upper Ledger Lines, Lower Ledger Lines, or Complete Range. Number of Trials - Choose how many questions to ask. 20-100 Trials. Audio On/Off - Select whether to mute the sound of the music note playback. Take the Bass Clef Quiz! Bass Clef Quiz Scoring ClefTutor
Game-based Learning Sponsored by Become a KQED sponsor How we will learn Note Names Note Names Music is written down using notes on a staff. Notes are symbols used for musical sound. A staff is a set of five lines and four spaces on which notes are written to indicate their pitch. The Treble Clef is the top set of lines, the staff, in a piece of sheet music. The Bass Clef is the bottom set of lines, the staff, in a piece of sheet music. Use the letters of the notes to form words.
Interactive Fiction Interactive fiction was the first great computer-game craze. Through the early 1980s, the most sophisticated, complex, involving games available were the text adventures. Everyone agreed. Go look up up old videogame rating charts; Infocom was always on the list — with several games. Of course, advancing graphics eventually washed away IF’s supremacy. I’ve been part of that community for a decade and a half. You can play my games freely (and for free). (Okay, except for Hadean Lands. If you’ve never played IF before... Everyone’s heard that IF is hard to play. Furthermore, most situations in every game are amenable to a handful of common commands. (Click for PDF version, HTML version, print-quality bitmap, or others. If you still feel overwhelmed, I recommend you start with The Dreamhold, listed below. Hadean Lands An interactive alchemical interplanetary thriller. This is my next game. Bigger Than You Think Fanfic of xkcd “Click and Drag,” with a dash of Invisible Cities Cold Iron Shade So Far
The Interactive Fiction Database - IF and Text Adventures Gates Foundation Announces Portfolio of Innovative Grants to Develop New Teaching and Learning Tools that Support Teachers and Help Students | Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Adaptable resources will provide teachers with helpful tools to differentiate instruction and prepare all students to meet the Common Core State Standards SEATTLE--The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced a suite of investments, totaling more than $20 million, focused on identifying and expanding promising cutting-edge learning resources that support teachers and students and bring innovative new instructional approaches into America’s classrooms. These investments support the development of game-based learning applications; math, English language arts and science curricula built in to digital formats; learning through social networking platforms; and embedded assessments through a real-time and engaging environment of experiences and journeys. All these promising resources are aligned to the Common Core State Standards, which are college- and career-ready standards being implemented in more than 40 states. The foundation is also investing in several game-based learning tools:
Classroom Aid | Game-Based Learning Researches and Resources A list of serious gaming/simulation conferences and associations is here. Best Practices for Using Games & Simulations in the Classroom – A report from the Software & Information Industry Association. The GameIT Handbook has been funded by the European commission, and provides a framework for games-based pedagogy. The Games As Guide is a resource for learning practitioners looking for a framework to understand how, when, why and where games might be used in support of learning goals. Developed by Institute of Play in collaboration with the art collective Trafik, the unique cultural program included a selection of forty game-based learning tools from all continents and many learning areas. Game-Based Learning Database of Resources – View or add to this community’s collectively-built educational games database from edWeb – Click here. Games in Education (in wikispace) is a fantastic resource collection put together by Adrian Camm. Bookmark Community Second Life
TinyTap, make and play educational games and interactive lessons Educator Review What's It Like? TinyTap is both a tool for creating interactive games and books, and a vast library of pre-created games and content. The app's Creativity Museum, a searchable collection of games and books created by teachers, parents, developers, and authors, is browsable by category and age and searchable by keyword. Are you interested in particular developers or authors? Follow them to get their latest content in your feed, and perhaps download a game to your device for students to play. Or create your own game using the app's creation tools to import or create images, then add interactive elements, including questions and answers, video, and audio. Is It Good For Learning? Technology puts some impressive tools in students' hands, but it isn't always easy for teachers to find exactly what they're looking for. How Can Teachers Use It? Teachers can use it as a resource, as a creation tool for themselves, or as a creation tool for students.
Games and Animations Welcome to the Best of History Web Sites Games and Animations section. Below you will find an annotated list of fun history games and animations organized around broad historical periods. Most of these games and animation are aimed at students ages 10-16. We hope you enjoy these selections and encourage you to submit a recommended history game or animation to us via the contact form. Ancient History Games and Animations Gladiator: Dressed to Kill This game has the player choose the correct armor for three different types of Roman gladiators within a time limit. Housesteads Fort This is a 3D tour of a reconstruction of a Roman fort along Hadrian’s Wall in Ancient Britain. Mt. The Mummy Maker Test your knowledge of history with an interactive challenge. Roman Villa This is an interactive reconstruction of a Roman villa viewed in Google Earth. Death in Rome This game presents the user with a scene where a Roman dies and the user then has to figure out how the Roman died. Pirates! U.S. U.S.