About This Chapter
Caribbean Music & Art Lesson Plans - Chapter Summary
This chapter includes helpful lesson plan outlines for Caribbean music and dance, reggae music and Haitian art. You'll also find supplemental lessons that you can share with your class. These lessons cover Caribbean music artists, genres and instruments, as well as the history of Haitian art and Caribbean dance.
The chapter also includes quizzes that you can assign to your students in class or as homework. The flexible online format of this chapter enables you to plan your lessons at school, at home or wherever you happen to be.
How It Helps
- Lesson planning: Includes convenient lesson plan outlines that cover the major characteristics of Caribbean music and art.
- Additional resources: Comes with supplemental Caribbean music and history lessons that can easily be integrated into your lesson plans.
- Student assessments: Lesson quizzes are included to help you evaluate your student's understanding of the Caribbean music and art topics you cover in class.
How It Works
This helpful resource offers teachers lesson plan resources with relevant tools to make planning Caribbean music and art lessons easy.
- Use lesson plan outlines for specific Caribbean music and art topics you want to cover in class.
- Formulate your Caribbean music and art class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
- Share the related Caribbean music and art lessons with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
- Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important Caribbean music and art concepts from the lessons.
- Engage your students with relevant Caribbean music and art activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.
1. Caribbean Music Lesson Plan
Teach your students about Caribbean music with the help of this lesson plan. Students will use our text lesson to learn about the background and styles of Caribbean music as well as influential musicians before applying concepts to an engaging activity.
2. Caribbean Music: Artists & Genres
Music comes from many places, including tropical islands. Have you ever danced to a calypso or merengue tune, or listened to reggae? In this lesson, we'll explore some of the genres and artists involved in Caribbean music.
3. Caribbean Musical Instruments
Why does certain music make you get up and dance? In this lesson, we'll explore the history and characteristics of the different kinds of musical instruments used to make Caribbean music.
4. Reggae Music Lesson Plan
What is reggae music and where did it originate? This lesson plan uses a text lesson to outline critical facts about reggae music for students. An activity connects students with popular reggae songs.
5. Caribbean Dance Lesson Plan
Use this lesson plan to help you teach your students about the art of Caribbean dancing. Students will read a text lesson giving the history of the dance, characteristics, then explain three types of Caribbean dances. Ask and answer questions during reading, then put your dancing shoes on!
6. Caribbean Dance: Styles, Moves & History
Ever listen to music that made you want to move? Felt the rhythm and tapped your feet or fingers? Well, that's certainly the case with many people in the Caribbean! In this lesson, we'll explore the styles, moves, and history of Caribbean dance.
7. Haitian Art Lesson Plan
Help students explore the history of Haitian art with help from this lesson plan. Students will collaboratively analyze examples of various styles of Haitian art before they attempt to create their very own Haitian-inspired work of art.
8. Haitian Art: History, Style & Facts
Bright colors and glittering sequins; paintings of voodoo spirits; metal oil drums turned into sculpture; what country produces such unique art? In this lesson, explore the history of Haitian art and learn about styles and facts related to it.
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