How often have you listened to a song lyrics and perhaps not picked up the correct words – a mondegreen? Your pupils will listen intently to lyrics of songs they enjoy – songs are all around us. Wouldn’t it be … Continue reading →
For many Scottish schools in January there is often an emphasis in the classroom on work on the life and literature of Scotland’s national bard, Robert Burns. The following resources provide ideas for how ICT tools can be used to … Continue reading →
The creation of music in primary schools is simplified by using software or online tools which let pupils, with limited or no music notation skills, choose musical phrases and sequence them in any order which the pupil wishes. The facility to drag these graphics around, … Continue reading →
There are many free online tools for creating music – where pupils can use drag and drop graphic representations of sound samples to combine together into a piece of music. And these musical creations can be highly complex, with the … Continue reading →
http://theweekinrap.com/ is exactly what the title says! Every week some main stories in the news from this US site are reported in rap. The quick rhythmic rhyming delivery allied to the mix of news footage, animations and special effects in … Continue reading →
So you want to make an audio recording? Here are some free tools to help you do that in the classroom. Audacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ – Audacity is free software to download which lets users record and edit audio in order to … Continue reading →
http://www.kideos.com/video/photosynthesis-song Kideos.com has videos grouped according to age group for use in primary school. Some of these help support teaching concepts (such as the photosynthesis song), or or reinforce vocabulary.