A rich collection of the best offerings from the 2006 and 2008 National Symposiums on Multicultural Music, Kaleidoscope of Cultures is full of resources, references, lesson plans, and ethnic music. In addition to lively speeches, engaging workshops (including making ethnic instruments), and reviews of vocal and instrumental multicultural literature, research papers address timely topics. With video clips from the conference performances and presentations available on the MENC Web site, you can see authentic demonstrations of the music and share them with your students.Students can also express their creativity by creating their own masks, reinforcing material learned and giving them a tangible reminder. ... and a palette black cloth (14 by 14 inches) glue gun 1A-inch-wide elastic (14 inches) paper cutter B. Instructions for making a mask: 1. ... In old Korean society, tigers were considered sacred beings, and personifying animals in folktales or fables was very common.
|Title||:||Kaleidoscope of Cultures|
|Author||:||Marvelene C. Moore, Philip Ewell|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2009-12-16|