1. edTPA Video Blog | Anjelica Deliz-Villegas

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    My short synopsis of a potential edTPA lesson plan Long Island University School of Education TAL 885D

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    • Lesson plan vidoe

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      This video is about a lesson plan.

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      • Tornadoes - Science Phenomenon Educational Video

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        Have fun with this science phenomenon! Learn how to make a tornado in a bottle. What is a tornado? How do they form? When and where do they occur? This is a great educational video. A lesson plan targeted towards K-5 students.

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        • Grade 3 Summative Assessment Exemplar: Performing

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          This video is an exemplar of an activity from Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Toolbox entitled “Sing in Tune with Healthy Posture.” Visit the Toolbox for the accompanying lessons, activities, and assessments: http://bit.ly/11gyCSU. Students take turns singing phrases of a known song to demonstrate healthy posture and intonation. The Music Educators Toolbox is a collection of free, open-source learning resources and assessment tools created for classroom use by music teachers and Carnegie Hall teaching artists. Developed after an in-depth, five-year partnership between Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and PS/MS 161 in upper Manhattan, the resources are designed to be adaptable for use in a variety of music classroom settings. The Toolbox currently features grade-specific music education resources addressing fundamentals of Meter, Rhythm, Form and Design, Expressive Qualities, Pitch, and Performing. To learn more, visit http://www.carnegiehall.org/toolbox/. Major funding for The Music Blueprint Model School was provided by The Irene Diamond Fund. Additional support was provided by the Lanie & Ethel Foundation.

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          • Grade 3 Summative Assessment Exemplar: Rhythm and Meter

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            This video is an exemplar of an activity from Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Toolbox entitled “Transcribe a Rhythm.” Visit the Toolbox for the accompanying lessons, activities, and assessments: http://bit.ly/1EZMccr. Students listen to a two-measure rhythmic phrase and transcribe it using the Student Worksheet. The Music Educators Toolbox is a collection of free, open-source learning resources and assessment tools created for classroom use by music teachers and Carnegie Hall teaching artists. Developed after an in-depth, five-year partnership between Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and PS/MS 161 in upper Manhattan, the resources are designed to be adaptable for use in a variety of music classroom settings. The Toolbox currently features grade-specific music education resources addressing fundamentals of Meter, Rhythm, Form and Design, Expressive Qualities, Pitch, and Performing. To learn more, visit http://www.carnegiehall.org/toolbox/. Major funding for The Music Blueprint Model School was provided by The Irene Diamond Fund. Additional support was provided by the Lanie & Ethel Foundation.

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            • Grade 3 Summative Assessment Exemplar: Pitch/Form Design

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              This video is an exemplar of an activity from Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Toolbox entitled “Sight Read a Melody.” Visit the Toolbox for the accompanying lessons, activities, and assessments: http://bit.ly/1AdjKUr. Students sight sing or play four measures with first and second endings using the Student Worksheet. The Music Educators Toolbox is a collection of free, open-source learning resources and assessment tools created for classroom use by music teachers and Carnegie Hall teaching artists. Developed after an in-depth, five-year partnership between Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and PS/MS 161 in upper Manhattan, the resources are designed to be adaptable for use in a variety of music classroom settings. The Toolbox currently features grade-specific music education resources addressing fundamentals of Meter, Rhythm, Form and Design, Expressive Qualities, Pitch, and Performing. To learn more, visit http://www.carnegiehall.org/toolbox/. Major funding for The Music Blueprint Model School was provided by The Irene Diamond Fund. Additional support was provided by the Lanie & Ethel Foundation.

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              • Grade 3 Summative Assessment Exemplar: Rhythm and Meter

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                This video is an exemplar of an activity from Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Toolbox entitled “Improvise a Rhythm.” Visit the Toolbox for the accompanying lessons, activities, and assessments: http://bit.ly/1EZMccr. Students take turns improvising a one-measure rhythm to demonstrate phrase length, fluid rhythms, and a steady beat. The Music Educators Toolbox is a collection of free, open-source learning resources and assessment tools created for classroom use by music teachers and Carnegie Hall teaching artists. Developed after an in-depth, five-year partnership between Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and PS/MS 161 in upper Manhattan, the resources are designed to be adaptable for use in a variety of music classroom settings. The Toolbox currently features grade-specific music education resources addressing fundamentals of Meter, Rhythm, Form and Design, Expressive Qualities, Pitch, and Performing. To learn more, visit http://www.carnegiehall.org/toolbox/. Major funding for The Music Blueprint Model School was provided by The Irene Diamond Fund. Additional support was provided by the Lanie & Ethel Foundation.

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                • Grade 3 Summative Assessment Exemplar: Pitch/Rhythm and Meter

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                  This video is an exemplar of an activity from Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Toolbox entitled “Compose a Melody.” Visit the Toolbox for the accompanying lessons, activities, and assessments: http://bit.ly/1Adkl8B. Students identify pitches and compose a two-measure melody using the Student Worksheet. The Music Educators Toolbox is a collection of free, open-source learning resources and assessment tools created for classroom use by music teachers and Carnegie Hall teaching artists. Developed after an in-depth, five-year partnership between Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and PS/MS 161 in upper Manhattan, the resources are designed to be adaptable for use in a variety of music classroom settings. The Toolbox currently features grade-specific music education resources addressing fundamentals of Meter, Rhythm, Form and Design, Expressive Qualities, Pitch, and Performing. To learn more, visit http://www.carnegiehall.org/toolbox/. Major funding for The Music Blueprint Model School was provided by The Irene Diamond Fund. Additional support was provided by the Lanie & Ethel Foundation.

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                  • Grade 3 Summative Assessment Exemplar: Expressive Qualities

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                    This video is an exemplar of an activity from Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Toolbox entitled “Comparing Different Versions of a Known Song.” Visit the Toolbox for the accompanying lessons, activities, and assessments: http://bit.ly/1uqJXtQ. Students listen and move to musical excerpts, then use the Student Worksheet to select the corresponding dynamic, tempo, and articulation choices that they hear. The Music Educators Toolbox is a collection of free, open-source learning resources and assessment tools created for classroom use by music teachers and Carnegie Hall teaching artists. Developed after an in-depth, five-year partnership between Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and PS/MS 161 in upper Manhattan, the resources are designed to be adaptable for use in a variety of music classroom settings. The Toolbox currently features grade-specific music education resources addressing fundamentals of Meter, Rhythm, Form and Design, Expressive Qualities, Pitch, and Performing. To learn more, visit http://www.carnegiehall.org/toolbox/. Major funding for The Music Blueprint Model School was provided by The Irene Diamond Fund. Additional support was provided by the Lanie & Ethel Foundation.

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                    • Grade 3 Activity Exemplar: Rhythm and Meter

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                      This video is an exemplar of an activity from Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Toolbox entitled “The Language of Rhythm.” Visit the Toolbox for the accompanying lessons, activities, and assessments: http://bit.ly/1EZMccr. Students explore and create rhythms through language and body percussion. The Music Educators Toolbox is a collection of free, open-source learning resources and assessment tools created for classroom use by music teachers and Carnegie Hall teaching artists. Developed after an in-depth, five-year partnership between Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and PS/MS 161 in upper Manhattan, the resources are designed to be adaptable for use in a variety of music classroom settings. The Toolbox currently features grade-specific music education resources addressing fundamentals of Meter, Rhythm, Form and Design, Expressive Qualities, Pitch, and Performing. To learn more, visit http://www.carnegiehall.org/toolbox/. Major funding for The Music Blueprint Model School was provided by The Irene Diamond Fund. Additional support was provided by the Lanie & Ethel Foundation.

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