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Wall displays

Discussion in 'Music' started by v12, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. v12

    v12


    CD cover designs for specific SoWs
    An A-Z of famous composers/pop groups

     
  2. Got any pictures from concerts or musical performances? If not then take pictures during lesson of music making. A collage of pictures looks great and while some kids may be embarrassed about having their picture taken it'll show off what the department is about.

    Ask the pupils what music means to them and make a display of their opinions. At least then you're showing you value their views and visitors know how pupils feel about music.
     
  3. englishteach101

    englishteach101 Occasional commenter

    Get the students to write what they feel music is about inside some printed and photocopies thoughts bubbles, or speech bubbles, that's what I've done in the past.
    You could also decorate it with a large picture of a stave, then get the students to write their quotes on some note heads, or something similar.
    Definitely go with the pictures thing- just check what your school's policy on using students images, a colleague of mine fell foul of this one last year. Most schools have a list somewhere where you can easily find this information. Pictures of concerts, or when you've had visiting artists maybe?
     

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