Ressources Pédagogiques

dernière mise à jour le 10 février 2013

Quelques liens parmi des milliers, pour trouver des supports ou des pistes d'exploration pour les séances musicales :

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  • Comme une grenouille : pour apprendre à se concentrer, démarche inspirante pour un moment de pause dans une séance musicale : "... Alors cela devient agréable de ne rien avoir à faire"
  • Lancement de GEOZIK, Web TV consacrée aux musiques, aux chants et aux danses du monde


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  • Le site Jouer à la musique d'Ophélie SERRE
  • Un logiciel gratuit pour construire ses propres jeux (on peut partir d'exemples et changer les images, la musique etc...). Voilà ce que mes élèves TC (Troubles du comportement) ont fait en 2 séances d'une heure. On a enregistré avec Audacity sur un TBI. C'est très motivant pour eux.http://musikalecole.blogspot.ca/p/classe-de-nancy.html
Merci à Anne-Claire Hyvert Coquart pour cette info


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  • Maïeusthésie - le site de Thierry Tournebise. Textes très intéressants sur la communication, en particulier Pédagogie


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http://www.openculture.com/free_k-12_educational_resources
http://www.openculture.com/2012/10/ithe_miles_davis_storyi_the_definitive_film_biography_of_a_jazz_legend.html
Music (Web Resources)
A Child’s Introduction to Jazz: In 1961, Julian “Cannonball” Adderley, the jazz saxophonist best known for his work on Miles Davis’ epic album Kind of Blue, narrated a children’s introduction to jazz music. Features music by Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Coleman Hawkins, Thelonious Monk and Cannonball himself.
**Bach’s Complete Organ Works**: They were recorded by Dr. James Kibbie (University of Michigan) on original baroque organs in Leipzig, Germany. Start with a collection of Favorite Masterworks, or get the complete works
Bach’s Goldberg Variations: You can download and share the newly-released recording by Kimiko Ishizaka, performed on a Bösendorfer 290 Imperial piano in Berlin. You can do pretty much whatever you want with the recording because it’s released under a Creative Commons Zero license, which automatically puts things in the public domain.
Classics for Kids: Introduces elementary and middle school children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way. The site gives you access to famous pieces of classical music online and also related lessons plans and activity sheets Exploring the World of Music: Learn the essentials of music theory and how music expresses culture in this instructional video series for high school classrooms.
K-12 Resources for Music Educators: Valuable resources for music educators and music students at all educational levels. Carefully researched and commercial free.
**The Alan Lomax Sound Archive**: This huge treasure trove contains folk songs collected by the legendary folklorist Alan Lomax from the 1940s to the 1990s, as well as interviews recorded by Lomax. The collection has been digitized and made available online for free listening. Gives you access to 17,000 songs. More details here
**The World Music Archive**: Run by the BBC, this archive allows you to sample the musical traditions of more than 40 countries. India, Corsica, China, Cuba, Iran, Brazil, Mozambique, Turkey — they’re all represented in this eclectic collection of indigenous music.



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