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Introduction: Purpose Music history (Romantic period 1820-1918) 45 minute class/ 15-17 days The purpose for introducing music history during the romantic period to young students to inform them about how important the past is For students to be aware of the different cultures For students to acknowledge the importance of music throughout history Students need to understand and learn about historical occurrences that brought the industrial revolution that changed the world of music The relevancy of this topic is for students to understand the importance of change that happened in that era and how it affects our lives until this day Education Debt (ED) is not giving enough funds and resources to schools with lower income. We think that it is not fair for some urban schools to receive less resources according to income they receive All students should have the same advantage when it comes to resources Urban teachers need to know about it in order to take action. As well as be able to provide the material needed to achieve success in the subject matter We would be bringing in instruments, state-of-the-art computer, classroom library filled with books concerning the subject matter, and a multimedia center NARRATIVE!!! 3 in-text citations quotes/ideas
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Culture Relevant Teaching Culture and community backgrounds will be represented through the use of cultural instruments and the topic of nationalism in romanticism Students diverse linguistic heritage will be represented by asking students to share a composer/musician from their culture Students will be able to use the three types of learning styles in the classroom Visual Aural Kinesthetic
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