Video Writing Prompts: Making Music

 

K-2: Your Musical Instrument

If you were going to play a musical instrument, what instrument would it be? Either draw a picture of yourself playing your instruments OR explain why that instrument is right for you.


3-5: Brainstorming 

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Look around the classroom. Choose an ordinary item, then brainstorm 5 things you could do with that item other than its usual purpose.


6-8: What's Your Passion?

Music is clearly a passion of this young man. What hobby are you passionate about? Describe how it feels when you are doing the thing you love.


9-12: Music's Place in Society

No matter what the year or location, music is a universal element of culture.


1. Choose a specific time and place (whether it's the time period you're reading about, a geography assignment or modern culture). 

2. Explain how the music of the time represents that society.


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Video Writing Prompts: Making Music