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Intro to the Orchestra(the Fun Way)! Beginner Group Music Classes
Through this intro beginners' course, for any young learner, expect students to gain knowledge on all the instruments found in the orchestra, how they work/sound/fun facts! Perfect class if your child is interested in playing an instrument!
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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There is no way to learn about the orchestra without hearing the orchestra! We will begin every class with a scarf dance to get students warmed-up, ready to learn, and gaining a knowledge and an appreciation for the instruments we will be learning about! Below please find an overview of this course Week of October 3rd Greeting time Scarf Dance to In the Hall of the Mountain King Introduction to the Orchestra! Brass Family Brass family fun facts- add them to our orchestra! Instruments...
Student will gain an understanding of the 4 families found in the orchestra. Students will gain a basic understanding of dynamics, articulation, and a general overview of whole, half, quarter, and eighth notes. Students will be challenged visually, auditorily, and kinetically to understand these topics on a deeper level.
I have been a public-school music teacher for over 5 years. I was the curriculum leader where my responsibilities including creating a music curriculum that aligned with my state's music education standards, teaching over 350 students per week, and single handedly leading a chorus of over 100 students. I have created my own music education business where I teach other music educators how to incorporate movement to make experiences in their classrooms more effective, bring meaningful lessons on composition, improvisation, and essential elements of music, how to get students singing without the stress, and how to incorporate meaningful stories from around the world so every student can see themselves in the music room. I pride myself on getting others to see music education as an essential part of any student's upbringing. Music is the universal language of mankind and should be a key part of any students learning journey.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
My classes always include a lot of movement- this is to meet all learners where they are at, and most learners are at their best through movement! Please make sure they have plenty of room to move, good shoes, and a glass of water on hand. Safety is a top priority!
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Hello! My name is Leanna O'Brien, but you can call me Ms. Leanna! I have been teaching music in many different ways for the last 7 years, but one thing has stayed constant- MUSIC IS MOVEMENT. Scientifically speaking, we all learn best when we...