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TES Australia - Free F-12 Resources By Teachers, For Teachers

TES Australia - Free F-12 Resources By Teachers, For Teachers
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ARC :: Assessment Resource Centre Coggle - Simple Collaborative Mind Maps Twelve Canoes Music Lesson Plans and Activities The Teacher's Corner provides music lessons around colors, literature, and more. Find resources to help your students hit the right note. Your creativity and ideas can help other teachers. Submit your music lesson plan or activity today. Don't forget to include additional resources, documents or a photo. This indicates resources located on The Teacher's Corner. Wiggly Self Portraits Grades K-6th Grades: K-6thObjectives: Develop social interaction by working with others and development of creative process by designing outfit. Color Songs Grades K-1 Set the colors to music. Integrating Music & Literature Grades K-1 Lessons dealing with I Went Walking, Rain and the Five Little Ducks. Opening Song Grades Primary Summary: A fun opening song based on a Jack Prelutsky poem. We've even made up some gestures to go along with the lyrics. Patriotic Songs Grades Any - Great for ESL Students Summary: A great way to improve students' singing skills and patriotism. What is Jazz?

Home | ACARA Popplet Scholastic Lesson Plans | National Association for Music Education Looking for the right lesson plans for your music class? NAfME members can use the My Music Class® library to find teaching ideas and resources. For almost 20 years, NAfME has been building a database of lesson plans. (You can search the archive here.) With the new 2014 Music Standards, we’re relaunching and expanding that database. Members with great ideas for Standards-Based teaching can log on to My Music Class® to share their ideas with colleagues around the nation. With the My Music Class® tool, you can sort by subjects like chorus, orchestra, or mariachi and find your age group and topic.

Comparing Vastly Different Body Types of Olympic Athletes New York-based photographer Howard Schatz captures the diverse range of body types of Olympic athletes. Referring to a body as an athletic build is often thought to be a perfect, rippling mass of muscle boasting a six pack, but Schatz's series reveals the wide variety of heights, widths, body shapes, and muscle mass that make up the physiques of champion athletes across an array of Olympic sports. Tall, short, heavy and light, Schatz's series clearly displays the broad spectrum of sizes and shapes that these disciplined jocks come in. Dependent on their field of athletics, their bodies are in peak condition, despite looking so different from one another. Schatz's series of 125 champion athlete portraits is displayed in his book, aptly titled Athlete, in collaboration with his wife Beverly Ornstein, an award-winning producer and senior editor. Schatz/Ornstein Studio website via [reddit]