Activity shared by Álvaro Barriuso. The project I made relates to clapping games and body percussion . As a natural musical instrument (like the voice), body percussion and clapping is used in traditional music worlwide . The students can watch some of this videos and learn how children play in other countries and cultural contexts. They can also watch some interesting uses of body percussion around the world. If we have time, we could even make an augmented reality (AR) map using some of the information provided in the Bibliograpy and sele cting youtube videos. We could make groups and insert this kind of material in the map. I provide some examples in the document. I really enjoyed this research. Thak you for leading me into it! Click on the image to download the activity.
Activity shared by M.Consuelo Manchado. My project is a mural compound by different collages that students would do in teams. Those works represent all the scenes depicted in the song "Penny Lane", by The Beatles. A label with the extract of the lyrics would be displayed as well. This project should be devoloped both in the English and Art lessons, as there are some grammar structures to be taught and research to be done (apart from activities related to the lyrics itself). I think this song provides a good opportunity to learn some things about other cutures (in this case, the Brithish culture). It would be interesting to compare and contrast different features in our towns and theirs. For example, means of transport (the double-decker bus), red post boxes, police officers' helmet and uniform, how the queu at the bus stop... So many differences! Apart from that, in the project students will learn about the band itself, their members. It would be a good start
I would like to share my favourite Arts and Crafts YouTube channel, by Cassie Stephens. She has a lot of crafts, teaching advices, art room tours, lessons... And she is funny! Isabel Calleja https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdEo82iK2lzwMqCxBuQmmrQ/featured
This is a video that we have been using for 2ºESO this course. I think that the song is suitable for primary and seconday as well, adjusting the tempo for the students level. I also used it as homework, so that each student could practice at different tempos and his/her own progress. BIM-BAM: juego de percusión corporal. Álvaro Barriuso.