The school reopening committee would appreciate your input. Please click on the link below and take this brief survey.
This week we will learn a new song with sign language called “One Small Voice.” Listen to the song a few times then record you and your family (using Screencastify link) doing the sign language together while the video is playing from 1:57-END. Make sure that your face and hands can be clearly seen in the video. I look forward to seeing you all!
One Small Voice Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GBi79RbbCM
Screencastify Recording: https://app.screencastify.com/record/6-jcBkcNMuXZZWvk1f78V
If the One Small Voice video does not work, try watching it from a smart Phone or computer that is not logged into the district account.
This week Ms. Harden is launching her new INTERACTIVE MUSIC CLASSROOM! Check it out by clicking on the link and remember to click on the iPad to fill out the form so she knows you were here. Have fun!
Some have asked about what they can do or how they can help for Teacher Appreciation week and I thank you! Here is a link to Ms. Harden’s Teacher Wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/5P1A7R3JA3C6?ref_=wl_share
Thanks and have a great week!
For all of our Center-Based, Special Education students, your lesson for the week is ready! Click on the link below to get started. Have fun!!
Hello students and families!
First of all I would like to tell you that I miss you and I hope that you and your family are well!
As you know we have moved our learning online and
We have a virtual classroom for music that has already started! In your school email you will find the invitation to join the google classroom for music. Waiting for you are some fun music lessons that we will use to grade your participation. Many of you have already found it and completed your work, great job! Please make sure to do the following:
1. Accept the invite in your school email for the Music Google Classroom K-2 or 3-5
2. Complete the assignment for the week of April 20 and be on the lookout for the April 27th assignment (If you completed it, good work!)
3. Subscribe to my blog https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/hardens/ and then accept it in your school email. On my blog you will find some fun activities that you can do at home. These are not marked as participation, but you may find them fun to do when you have some extra time on your hands.4. The district is looking at a new way to hold live class meetings and more information will be passed on through my blog when we get it. Last week we had a meeting for K-2 on Thursday at 3pm and a meeting for 3-5 on Monday at 3pm. We will continue that same schedule if and when a new platform is implemented. Wait for details.
We want you to have fun and relax as you learn to do online work. For families with more than one child, please make sure that each child is logged into their own email and account when they attempt to do their work. It solves alot of problems that you might run into otherwise. I hope you enjoy the lessons and I look forward to seeing/hearing from you soon! If you have any questions, please send them through email: firstname.lastname@example.org I check it often.
NOTE: Center-Based Special Education students, your activities will be posted on the blog each week and sent to you classroom teachers.
Have a great week everyone!
SIBELIUS AND ELGAR
FACEBOOK LIVE WEBCASTTHURSDAY, APRIL 23 AT 7:00 PM ET
Conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste
Conducted by Leonard Slatkin and featuring cellist Wei Yu
Enjoy two archived DSO performances streamed on Facebook Live tomorrow at 7 PM ET! Jukka-Pekka Saraste conducts a colorful tone poem from fellow Finn Jean Sibelius: Pohjola’s Daughter, inspired by Scandinavian folklore. Then, DSO Principal Cello Wei Yu and Music Director Laureate Leonard Slatkin take on Elgar’s spellbinding Cello Concerto, one of the most famous pieces in the cello repertoire. Wei will even introduce the piece and chat with viewers in the comment section!
Watch Parties are easy to join: just look for the Facebook Live event to show up on our Facebook page at the advertised time and click on the event to join.
LETTER SOUNDS AND PICTURES WITH MOVEMENT
BOOK READ ALOUD WITH CARRIBEAN STEEL DRUM MUSIC IN THE BACKGROUND
CLICK HERE TO ATTEND A DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CONCERT: https://livefromorchestrahall.vhx.tv/classroom-edition/season:7/videos/dvorak-s-new-world-symphony-1
CLICK HERE FOR A FUN MOVEMENT ACTIVITY:
HERE IS A SONG YOU KNOW!
HERE IS A SONG YOU KNOW! READING IS FOR ME:
FIFTH GRADE MATH RAP SONG