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Ride the Wave and Back

Ride the Wave and Back Debra [email protected] Elementary School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: CAI Level: High School Class: Music Technology Equipment: Computers, headphones, entry level wave form editor such as Sound Studio (Mac OS) Duration: 45 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students have computer skills and know how to launch the wave form editor program. […]

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Note Value Practice with Cusicus

Note Value practice with Musicus Tom [email protected] Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: CAI Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Macintosh or Windows PCsMusicus by ECS Duration: 40 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Note values and rests in 4/4 time. MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 5: Reading and notating music. Materials: Computer Data projector to

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Note Value Practice with Cusicus

Note Value practice with Musicus Tom [email protected] Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: CAI Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Macintosh or Windows PCsMusicus by ECS Duration: 40 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Note values and rests in 4/4 time. NAfME Standards of 1994 Addressed: NAfME Standards of 1994: Reading and notating music. NAfME 2014:

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Contrast and Compare Two Instructional Software Packages

Contrast and Compare two Instructional Software Packages Beth [email protected] School of Music at Indianapolis TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: CAI Level: College Equipment: Computer with Music Ace and Alfred’s Essentials of Music Theory Software Duration: 60 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students know how to access the software and complete the exercises in the software MENC

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Piano… Isn’t that an Instrument?

Piano…isn’t that an instrument? Jennifer [email protected] State University TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: NotationInformation Processing Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Sibelius and Finale are two excellent music notation software options. Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students have to understand volume changes in pieces of music. MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 5: Reading and notating

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Contrast and Compare Two Instructional Software Packages

Contrast and Compare two Instructional Software Packages Beth [email protected] School of Music at Indianapolis TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: CAI Level: College Equipment: Computer with Music Ace and Alfred’s Essentials of Music Theory Software Duration: 60 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students know how to access the software and complete the exercises in the software NAfME

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Piano… Isn’t that an Instrument?

Piano…isn’t that an instrument? Jennifer [email protected] State University TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: NotationInformation Processing Level: Elementary Class: General Music Equipment: Sibelius and Finale are two excellent music notation software options. Duration: 30 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students have to understand volume changes in pieces of music. NAfME Standards of 1994 Addressed: NAfME Standards of 1994:

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Scale Identification

Scale Identification Jeffrey [email protected] High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: CAI Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Computer stations with Auralia Duration: 45 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: 1) Students have learned how to write and visually identify Major, Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor, and Natural Minor Scales in all keys. 2) Students can navigate

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Scale Identification

Scale Identification Jeffrey [email protected] High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: CAI Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Computer stations with Auralia Duration: 45 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: 1) Students have learned how to write and visually identify Major, Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor, and Natural Minor Scales in all keys. 2) Students can navigate

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