Getting to Know Nevada Middle School
I used Powerpoint to present my information, but I went after school to get pictures. Once I got the pictures I downloaded the pictures into my Powerpoint. One day I thought that I was done, but then I put music in my Powerpoint. Then I watched my Powerpoint and I thought it was a hit!
We used iMovie for our TechYES project. We decided to do an iMovie because we thought it would be fun to include videos of our family(brothers)! We thought making an iMovie would be fun for Mrs. Davis's class. We got our pictures from www.clipart.com. We got our music from iTunes.
Is the internet always true?
We made an iMovie. The movie taught little kids about internet safety and dangers. We had a lot of fun getting the pictures and music onto the iMovie.
Mrs. Hamilton's Year Book
We used iMovie. For our movie we got pictures from Mrs. Hamilton and we put them in order. We added music to the pictures. This became a year book for Mrs. Hamilton's class. We got the pictures from Mrs. Hamilton and music from http://www.freeplaymusic.com
My "Rock" Video
For my TechYES Science project I used a digital camera to take pictures of all the rock I had to memorize for my Earth Science class. I imported the 15 different pictures of rocks into iMovie to make a narrated movie about what each rocks classification and special characteristics.
I used different background music for the igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks while doing a voice over narration of their different characteristics.
The igneous rocks had a heavy metal rock band music. The sedimentary had soft classical music. The metamorphic rocks had weird techno like music.
I then exported my movie to a quicktime version and uploaded it to TeacherTube so my friends and family could see it. I also burned it to a DVD (using iDVD from iMovie) and showed it to my science class a week later. My "rock" video helped me and other students in my class remember the difference between the rocks.
A collection of links on music creation articles. Read an artist's account of how they compose their music and do a step by step walkthrough of making a music video.
A searchable, editable, and expandable collection of tunes, melodies, and musical themes.
Koda, the conductor, is your guide through music making both backstage and center stage at playmusic.org. Listen to classical hits on the juke box, e-mail musical postcards and see how you compare to Molly Mallet when it comes to playing percussion!
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