WORLD MUSIC PASSPORT

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WORLD MUSIC PASSPORT

students USE THIS AS THEIR WORKBOOK AND AS THEY LEARN ABOUT DIFFERENT WORLD MUSIC TYPES - students FILL IN THE BOOKLET WITH EITHER WORDS AND/OR PICTURES. THEY GET IT STAMPED ONCE THEIR WORK IS reviewED.

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June 2021
Although the music of India is included in this beautiful inquiry, the music of other Asian cultures is not. In our school, 30% of the student population is Vietnamese or Chinese. I am working with another teacher to augment this aspect of the passport. We will also rearrange the page setup to allow us to more easily create a half-page sized booklet.
September 2017
I like the concept. I was excited about using it, until I looked closer. Page states 'Countries' then lists Africa and Latin America as countries. Everyone (especially parents) knows that Africa is a continent but Scotland is a country. So it should say Regions or something broader, then list countries under regions. I know the form is editiable, but it will require too much editing to alter the format with columns and such. Also I tried to assemble as a booklet/passport. Are the pages supposed to be full size stapled at left, or half size stapled in center as a multiple page booklet? If Its the latter, the information from one area is mixed up with the others opposite when pages are lined up. Am I doing something wrong?
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November 2012
I am very eager to use this with my PASSPORT TO THE WORLD collection, also found on this site. Thank you so much for the booklet! It works for helping students take responsibility for their learning and for teacher data.
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April 2012
Great resource - will defo use this especially in Olympic year :-)
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November 2010
This is great! I'm excited about working through each country! Such a useful of covering the concepts of World Music. Thanks!
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October 2010
simple. clear, easy format..excellent
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May 2010
Brilliant! Definitely going to be using this as a basis for our world music scheme next year. Fantastic idea.
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February 2010
Thank you for sharing this resource. It is really inspirational to help students engage more in listening activities.
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February 2010
HI <br/>This is an excellent resource. Thanks a lot. <br/>Alison
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January 2010
This looks fab. Well organized and I will definitely make use of it. THanks a lot <br/> <br/>Alison
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January 2010
I really really like this idea. really simple but a great way to trac prgress and ensure all students are understanding the work. <br/>
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January 2010
In all my years of teaching I cannot remember being so impressed with a resource which actually means something and kids will enjoy. Any more ideas please? Excellent.