There were different aspects of music and dance and all often reflected the Elizabethan’s way of life. The Elizabethan people thought of music as being powerful and wonderful (“William”), and according to Linda Alchin’s website, music was important in Elizabethan life. To the Elizabethan people, music was a form of entertainment (“Music”). Everyone loved music, and to them, music allowed creative expression (Mahabal). Types of Elizabethan music included court, church, town, street, theater, consort, and house music.
It may not seem significant to the audience, but to me, a mere 10 years old, it was a major breakthrough. I finally got the chance to spread the joy and love that I gained from this experience to the audience yet it was so nerve wrecking. As I took up my violin and touched the shrill E-string, I was immersed in the beauty of the music that awed me for years. The nervous thoughts just floated away and all that was in my mind was how to shape the music. The clear, sweet singing melody floated out from my three quarter-sized violin as my chubby fingers flew on the fingerboard.
He believes ‘’Making students’ nonacademic interests of an object study is useful, the, for getting students’ attention and overcoming their boredom and alienation, but this tactic won’t in itself necessarily move them close to an rigorous treatment of those interests.’’ (Graff 400) By allowing students express their nonacademic interests in schoolwork then students will be more interested and motivated to do well in school. So no matter what you’re most interested in or have the most knowledge about, if you’re an expert on it, you’re an intellect. My nonacademic pursuit is playing the violin, which is very challenging. You have to learn many things in order to play it correctly and not sound terrible. It takes time and patience to learn
Rationale The reason I picked Steiner and Montessori is because I feel they are two very strong theorists and I personally find these two the most interesting. I will be interesting to find out more about them both and how they compare About the theorists Maria Montessori (1870-1952) was a person in the field of early childhood education and care. In the beginning, Maria Montessori trained to be a doctor and was the first women to graduate from the University of Rome Medical School. She went on to help with poor children in Rome, many of these children would be mentally handicapped. Herself and another doctor Eduard Seguin developed certain tasks which encouraged the children to develop.
Therefore, lessons need to be entertaining and interactive. As a result, most teachers from early learning often use music, dance and art to teach students. Students learn best with hands on method. The ABC is best learned through song and so does the 1,2,3. When students find something repetitive with rhythm and beats, something they can use a dance move to, they find it easier to captivate.
First of all, I think Andrew Bird is one of the most incredible and talented musicians of our time. He is truly a genius. In this live performance, which I always find to be raw and authentic, a genuine feeling is given to this already amazing song. You also can observe how multi-talented Andrew bird is, using only a female guitarist/vocalist as his accompaniment besides his voice and violin (which is used in unique was) to create a very strings-heavy song. At first he starts out by strumming his violin, a technique I’ve never seen done so well, with no other accompaniment but a female guitarist by his side.
He answered to every touch and thrill of the bow (Wilde 39).” In this quote, Lord Henry is comparing Dorian’s conversation skills to that of a violin. The use of a simile here is effective because it adds a sense of graceful music in the back of the readers mind, helping them compare the violin to a conversation held with Dorian. This quote could also be an example of imagery, as it prompts the reader to envision a violinist gracefully bending with their instrument as they play. The Picture of Dorian Gray is a very highly recommended read. It is an enthralling book that explores the life of a man that begins as a young, beautiful boy and ends up as a miserable, lonely, evil man.
I chose the ukulele for a number of reasons. The first is that I am very into music. I already play piano and guitar, and love to learn another instrument. Something like flute or violin would need a lot more than ten hours to get even remotely good at it. Ukulele is a fairly easy instrument to learn, especially with my background with guitar.
Music makes everything better, whether it is playing an instrument or just listening to other artists. I started playing violin when I was in third grade and switched over to the cello in seventh grade. There is a picture on my heart map of me and Sophia rehearsing for our first competition at solo and ensemble. The first teachers that I started both of my instruments was Sierra Gilman, who is now in college, and Ms. Bloom, my orchestra teacher. Ms. Bloom, inspired me the most though.
A teacher is a person who delivers an educational program, assesses student participation in an educational program, and administers or provides consistent and substantial leadership to an educational program. Teachers have the very important responsibility of shaping our generation to become someone one days. A teacher is also an agent for the realization of national educational philosophy which to produce individuals who are balanced in terms of physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual and social. Recently, we 've got good news that teacher Yamin was selected among 50 top teachers around the world. The Chemistry teacher at SMK La Salle Petaling Jaya is the sole Malaysian among 50 teachers worldwide to be nominated for the prestigious Varkey GEMS Foundation Global Teacher Prize, which carries a prize money of US$1mil (RM3.59mil).