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  1. The Beat Goes Onby Carol Mehlhaff Second Grade Science Second Grade English Language Arts Nova Southeastern University February 14, 2010

  2. Course Description • Have you ever wondered how sounds are made? • Would you like to explore the world of sound and create your own music? • Would you like to use music to help you remember things you learn in school? is just a click away!

  3. Analysis of Learners in Ms. Mehlhaff’s 2nd Grade Class 11 boys 8 girls 12 Caucasian 2 African American 4 Hispanic – ESL 3 Autistic 5 ADHD 2 IEPs 7 RTI Folders

  4. What is the first sound that a human baby hears? Its own cry The doctor’s voice announcing its gender Its mother’s heartbeat

  5. You Are Incorrect! Think really hard, then try again.

  6. You Are Correct!

  7. How are sounds and music created? By the tiny musicians that live inside the radio. By trees falling in the forest. C. By vibrations

  8. You Are Incorrect! Think really hard, then try again.

  9. You Are Correct!

  10. Can we use sounds and music to help us learn? NO YES

  11. You Are Incorrect! Think really hard, then try again.

  12. You Are Correct!

  13. Sounds important, doesn’t it?Follow the link to learn how the brain interprets music. http://www.kidsnet.org/sfkc/sfkc20030509-2.html Click X to return

  14. Experiment with sound!

  15. Play musical instruments!When you get to datadragon, click the green arrow. http://www.datadragon.com/education/instruments

  16. Watch this young man play the drums! • http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1581867722104021421#

  17. Learn songs that help you remember important things! http://suzyred.com/music.html

  18. Resources • http://www.exploratorium.edu/music/exhibits/Students can participate in an online drum circle, mix and remix dots and sounds to create music, bang on objects to create sounds, and witness numerous experiments about the science of sound conducted by people in real world situations. • http://www.datadragon.com/education/instrumentsUsers can click on a picture of an instrument, read a bit about it, and hear what it sounds like. • http://suzyred.com/music.htmlStudents can hear songs that will help them understand, memorize, and reinforce concepts that they are learning in school • http://www.kidsnet.org/sfkc/sfkc20030509-2.html Explains in kid-friendly terms how the brain interprets music. • http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/hearing.htmlExplains how our sense of hearing works.

  19. References • All images were taken from Microsoft Clip Art Gallery and all pictures were taken at Jacobson Elementary School. • Original animated GIF was created using UnFreeze gif animator. • The song Follow Me was taken from Pat Metheny’sImaginary Day 1997. • Narration was created using the Windows Media Audio sound recorder and inserted on slides # 1, 4, and 7.

  20. Design Thoughts – ADA/508 Compliance • Narration on the quiz is provided for students who are not proficient readers. • Text is large and visible to readers with limited vision. • The use of sound engages auditory learners and supports the learning objectives.