Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Write a Review of a - Review

On your blog link a review and then write a critique of that review.  Explain to your readers your opinion on how the author of the linked review did.  Explain if you feel the author was biased, knowledgeable, competent, vulgar, too opinionated, etc. 

How would you change (edit) the review if you could?
Would this author be someone who you would seek out for other reviews?  Why? 

Due Friday October 1, 2010 - Smile-

Monday, September 20, 2010

Write a Review of your favorite Album - Due 9/22/2010

Write a review of your favorite album or CD. Make sure you include all of the elements of a good review. (These can be found in the book on page 66.) Your review should consist of 4-5 well-developed paragraphs. Please be sure to prof read!

If possible embed a video of one or two songs from the album you review. 

Here are some great sample (Music) Rreview Sites:

Due 9/22/2010-

Monday, September 13, 2010

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

9/13/10 - Motown, Soul Music, and Marvin Gaye

Listen to "What's Going On" by Marvin Gaye. Add this video to your blog and then write two to three paragraphs about what you feel this songs message is. Be sure to tap into your own experiences. Due 9/14/10

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Lecture material covered in class 9/1/10

Below are links to the topics covered in class today.  Be sure to look them over.  You will have a test on these concepts Friday September 10, 2010!  This test will include note reading/identification.  Be sure to practice your note reading using the Practice link below.  If you have any further questions regarding the material - check out the video below for a quick and helpful review. 

1.)  Please click HERE to review the Staff, Clefs, and Ledger Lines covered in class today. 
2.) Please click HERE to review the Note Values covered in class today. 
3.) Please click HERE to review Measures and Time Signatures covered in class today. 
4.) Please click HERE to review Rest Values covered in class today. 

Practice Note Reading!

Here are some mnemonic devises  for remembering the notes on the staff in both treble and bass clef.


Reading Music Review Video