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Scholars Day 2007, Wednesday, April 11

Music and diversity: Integrated Activities for Children

Children, as naturally musical beings, experience their world as interrelated through the arts, and music is particularly primary in creating meaning in children’s lives. Music’s many functions are also related to all aspects of culture, and are therefore an essential component for teaching diversity and aiding children in perceiving aspects of all cultures. In this presentation, students will demonstrate possibilities for integrating music using a multicultural and multiethnic perspective, with songs, games, activities and concepts they have learned during the semester in their “Music and the Child” class.

Presenters: George Avery (Undergraduate Student)
Leah Fox (Undergraduate Student)
Breanna Giblin (Undergraduate Student)
Sarah Komendat (Undergraduate Student)
Anna Micoli (Undergraduate Student)
Lily Morin (Undergraduate Student)
Brittany Rumph (Undergraduate Student)
Natalie Sarrazin (Faculty)
Megan Turner (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: Arts For Children
Location: 105 Edwards
Time: 2:30 pm (Session IV)