Your Destination: It’s been a long road full of a lot of new concepts and often complicated ideas. This final lesson is all about hearing from you. I want to see what you took away from all of this and if any of it has left an impact on you.
At home, choose a music genre or art form that was your favorite from the lesson plan book and create some kind of content that shows what you enjoy or find interesting about it.
Tool Kit: A phone or computer
On the Path:
Step 1: Look back through the lesson plans and find which art from or music genre you found the most interesting.
Step 2: What music genres and art forms did you like learning about? Which ones did you want to learn more about? Which ones didn’t you like? Why did you not like them? I want to hear all of your opinions and comments in these presentations.
Step 3: Choose a music genre or art form that was your favorite from your book and create some kind of content that shows what you enjoy or find interesting about it. This could be a PowerPoint, a poster, a video of yourself talking about it, the choice is yours. What I really want to see is your interest in this art or music and why you were drawn to it. Feel free to show it in any way you think of.
Group Tour: Show your friends and family your presentation or poster of your art from or music genre? Do they know much about it? What do they think of the art? Do they agree with your opinions?
Extend Your Journey: Feel free to explore other forms of art and music. This lesson may have been long and full, but there is still a whole world of art and music out there to discover. Try and find some other genres and art forms that you think are cool and unique.
Learn new vocabulary: Art form, Genre, Feedback
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