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- Available Lessons: 193
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryGet your students excited about world music and art using the informative lesson plans and activities in this self-paced course. These teacher resources can strengthen your methods of instruction while helping you develop fun lessons that keep your students engaged and improve learning outcomes.
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About This Course
This online course is designed for educators interested in a quick and easy solution for developing quality world music and art lessons for their students. Lesson plans offer instructional assistance and simplify the planning process for various cultural art and music topics. Also included in this course are art and music lessons you can use as supplemental learning tools in the classroom. All resources are available around-the-clock, wherever you can access the Internet, to ensure you're able to plan your lessons whenever your schedule permits.
How It Works
All lesson plans, lessons and activities featured in this course are accessible in a secure online environment. Feel free to navigate them in any sequence and as often as you'd like. View lesson plans at school, home or on-the-go, and share the lessons with your students during your lectures.
Features you'll find in this course include the following:
- Lesson plans that offer planning tips and instructional guidance for your world music and art unit
- Fun lessons you can share with your students to help them learn even more about world music and art
- Activity ideas you can use to get your students excited about the cultural art and world music concepts you teach
- Mobile accessibility that allows you to view these teacher resources using any computer, tablet or smartphone
How It Helps
- Offers instructional tips: Lesson plans are designed to help you map out your world music and art lessons while providing instructional tips you can use to get the best use of your class time.
- Reduces research time: This course significantly reduces your research time by providing access to a variety of world music and art topics, including Latin American music and Japanese art.
- Improves learning outcomes: As you improve the quality of your lessons with help from this course, your students will benefit from an improvement in information retention and comprehension.
This course is filled with lesson plans and other resources that cover cultural art and music as well as the following types of world music and art:
- Native American
- Latin American
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