by MARK WEST 02/16/12
Look at this and you can see something about Common Time in Music Education:
The left column has notes. The right column has rests and clefs. And the color is grouping similar items. Suddenly it's easy to compare and contrast items (Whole Notes and Whole Rests get 4 beats, etc.) -- and that's Bloom's Level IV (Analysis). It can even prompt questions such as "Why do you think the clefs are in gray?"
This flipchart took this idea and I built 9 pages based on this. I simply took the above, dupiicated it, and then removed unwanted information from individual pages. If the flipchart is giving you problems, try downloading this zip archive.
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Fransca-Beaulieu, K. 1999. Interior design for ambulatory care facilities: How to reduce stress and anxiety in patients and families. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. January: 22 (1): 67-73
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