Looking for a fun, educational, and, easy activity for your students around Halloween time?
Introduce students to “spooky” classical music with this fun Halloween-themed lab!
Four pages long, this lab guide accompanies the (free) Halloween Videos series published here on Piano Pantry. Comprised of 13 videos, there’s over an hour of listening for your students to enjoy!
This lab sheet gives students brief and easy-to-digest background information on each piece followed by a reflection question.
Students are not necessarily asked to physically write out an answer to the reflection question (although you could certainly ask them to!), it is simply there to help guide them in active listening.
They are also asked to rate the video with 1-3 stars, which serves both as a way for students to reflect on how the piece made them feel and to track the pieces that they’ve listened to in the lab.
The lab and videos are long enough that if you only assign this lab during a once-a-week lesson for one or week or two weeks leading up to Halloween, then you might be able to use it with students two or three years in a row depending on how long your lab time is!
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