In Readers’ Theater students present scripts adapted from literature. Join student performers as they bring the text alive by using voice, expression and other theatrical elements. Music Literacy
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Jazz-a-ma-taz: Mood, feeling, rhythm… they all tell a part of a story. Participate in a percussion ensemble that brings to life a collection of jazz musicians.
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Cyber Ethics Participate in an on-line scavenger hunt that explores appropriate and effective behaviors needed to navigate our digital world. We will also discuss various scenarios that tweens and teens encounter. Tales from the Hollow: True Stories Told Live Build literacy the old fashioned way: through storytelling. Based on NPR's Moth Radio Hour, Dr. McKay will lead us in a sit "around the campfire" and share stories experience. Recycled Book Art
Please print first and last names of all adults and 4th-6th grade students who will be attending Lounsberry’s Literacy Night on April 18, 2013, 6:00-8:20pm.
Explore text as a means of brainstorming ideas to create surrealistic book art. Each participant will have the opportunity to convert text to image, compose and create their own original art work.
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Lounsberry Literacy Night Lounsberry Hollow Middle School Thursday, April 18 2013 Parents/Guardians/4th-6th Grade Escorted Students Gallery Presentation 6:00-6:30pm Workshop Sessions 6:30-7:20pm 7:30-8:20pm RSVP by Monday, April 12