TMT6: Analyse and Compare

Hey all, Welcome to Episode 6 of my podcast. Thanks to all those folk who have either shared or sent the link to friends, colleagues and students. I am so pleased to see so many people tuning in each week. I must apologise for the tardiness of this particular podcast. It’s been a challenging week to say the least.

Anyhoo, here is it. This week I share a class activity that I used with one of may classes. This task was using two pieces from Mussorgsky’s Pictures at An Exhibition. One group did analyse and the other group did compare. I talk about what I did in the class and how the students reacted with the activity. I have also provided the templates for the activity. I have the PDF and the Google Docs for those that would find this useful. I ask that if you use these documents, please retain the copyright.

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