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The lessons can be grouped as units of study or used individually in your algebra or geometry class. Every lesson features the following:
A conceptual warm-up for you and your students, to hand out as a reading or to read aloud A blackline resource-sheet master of facts, instructions, and examples Blackline activity masters Music CD tracks keyed to the activities In addition, you will find thorough teacher's notes that include the conceptual basis of the activities and ways to incorporate them in your class, as well as teaching tips, questions and answers, and discussion points.
You will find that your mathematics students understand functions or fractions or ratios better after they have seen and heard these mathematics concepts realized in music. With these lessons, students hear, visualize, perform, think, graph, and write about musical relationships and the mathematics they illustrate. An insightful essay by the author and a chart correlating mathematical topics to music topics precede the ...