Project Rhythm for Teachers
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Are you a teacher looking for a way to teach music, STEM, and SEL to your students? The Teacher Plan comes with all 13 Project Rhythm lessons, curriculum guide, equipment list, equipment set up videos, printable worksheets, assessments, and six Basic Plan discount codes for students who want to keep learning outside the classroom.
"Project Rhythm helps me get out of my shell… it’s like wow, I can do this? I can play the piano, I can write songs. It gives me confidence. It’s a really great experience."
- Tamika, Project Rhythm Student
Who Is This For?
Ages: 10 - 18
Grades: 5th - 12th
- The course doesn't require any previous music or tech knowledge to facilitate
- Works with Chromebooks, PCs, Macs, and all tablets
- Aligns with Common Core, SEL, STEAM and ISTE standards
- No formal music training required for students
- Timothy Ryan, Staff, Camp AmeriKids
Welcome to Project Rhythm Video
A multi-price-level equipment list
A signal flow guide to help you troubleshoot equipment setup
13 Lesson Videos
Teacher assessment questions
Your students will learn:
Lesson 1: Establishing a Working Environment
Lesson 2: How to Use Soundtrap Recording Platform
Lesson 3: Critical Listening
Lesson 4: Assigning Roles
Lesson 5: How to Make a Beat
Lesson 6: Lyric Writing
Lesson 7: Recording Vocals
Lesson 8: Song Arrangement
Lesson 9: Culture Reflected & Transformed Through Music
Lesson 10: Mixing Songs
Lesson 11: Advanced Production & Song Critique
Lesson 12: Exporting Songs
Lesson 13: Performing Your Songs
"At first, I didn’t want to write because I wasn’t good at it, but I learned and I helped write the chorus to a song. I also didn’t know about technical stuff, but now I do. And when people had different ideas we would try it different ways and there wasn’t any arguing. There’s nothing you should change about it, it’s great."
- Stephanie, Project Rhythm Student
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Project Rhythm brings a new kind of music method to your classroom. It teaches students how to collaboratively produce their own music in groups and is a fun way for students to take charge of the learning process. Project Rhythm is a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to uplifting youth through music. After 10 years of direct programming, Project Rhythm’s method is now available as an online curriculum.