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Know Your Terms and Symbols

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teaching Aid
Composer Veronica Harper
Publisher Themes & Variations Inc
Catalog # AL10

Price: $25.00

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Know Your Terms and Symbols Composed by Veronica Harper. For Teaching Aid. Published by Themes & Variations Inc. (Catalog # AL10, UPC: 9781897099520)

This resource is the third in a very successful series of reproducible workshe et collections to help teach music theory to students using games, crossword p uzzles and fun activities. This collection teaches tempo terms and symbols, dy namic terms and symbols, repeats, reviews note names, teaches accidentals, key signatures, articulation and expression terms and symbols. Each section teach es the content, then offers short answer assessments ane a multiple choice qui z. Students love the Tempo Trivia Bingo, Expression Tic-Tac-Toe, Repeat Concen tration games! The worksheets are given as both PowerPoints and Smartboard fil es for teachers who have a computer/projector or a Smartboard in their classro om.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANSWER KEY  
ARTICULATION  
DYNAMICS  
EXPRESSION  
MUSIC SYMBOLS  
NOTE NAME REVIEW, FLATS & SHARPS  
NOTE VALUE AND TIME SIGNATURE REVIEW  
POWERPOINT INDEX  
REPEATS  
SCALES, KEY SIGNATURE,ACCIDENTALS,NATURA  
TEMPO  
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