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Linda Julliard replied to Stephanie Campbell's discussion Final projects in Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013
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Jun 6, 2013
Linda Julliard replied to Elizabeth Hunt's discussion WWII, 1950s, 1960s, Nuclear Age in Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013
"Stolling is very fun, easy, mellow, and cool. Kind of a mellow ice breaker since no one holds hands, and it's really just a modified walk. Fun to teach the kids ~ and to show them the video from 1958, so they can see how cool they really are today!…"
May 31, 2013
Linda Julliard replied to Stephanie Campbell's discussion WWI / Roaring 20s in Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013
"Great fun dances. Basic steps are easy and quick. While this time period is beyond my scope as a fifth grade teacher, these dances would be fun mixers for my students. I enjoy this music, too, and would enjoy sharing it with my students.
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May 31, 2013
Linda Julliard replied to Elizabeth Hunt's discussion Westward Movement/Pioneers (1800 - 1900) in Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013
"I really enjoy music from this time period. It speaks not only to community ~ barn dances, patriotic music in the park ~ but also to the loner enjoying the wide open spaces. My son played a lot of Scott Joplin when he was still playing piano, and I…"
May 31, 2013
Linda Julliard replied to Elizabeth Hunt's discussion Negro Spirituals/Civil War (1861-1865) in Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013
"This was fabulous! It brought back memories of high school gym (more than 40 years ago!!!) and our dance unit. We did a dance in which we killed a zebra and then carried it over our heads! I'm going to use the techniques that Noemia shared in my…"
May 30, 2013
Linda Julliard replied to Elizabeth Hunt's discussion Colonial/Revolution Era in Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013
"I thought the Jefferson and Liberty dance was fast, fun, and easy ~ once you got the hang of it. I teach 5th grade social studies every other year, and I think this would be a perfect dance to do with my students. It's not in hold, so dancing…"
May 30, 2013
Linda Julliard replied to Stephanie Campbell's discussion Pre-Colonial Era (Baroque, Renaissance & Pre-Columbus Native America) Reflections in Using Music and Dance as a Primary Source - ASDSA 2013
"We certainly covered an amazingly BIG time span. I'm trying to listen with an open mind, as I'm not terribly fond of the pre-Columbian songs and chants. Still, I find that I quite enjoyed the welcoming dance and see it as a great way to start a day…"
May 30, 2013