Author:
ANZHELIKA SURRATT
Subject:
Dance, Music, Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Level:
Upper Primary
Grade:
4, 5
Tags:
History of Ballet, Nutcracker, Tchaikovsky
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Formats:
Audio, Downloadable docs, Graphics/Photos, Text/HTML

Education Standards

The History of The Nutcracker Ballet by P.I. Tchaikovsky

The History of The Nutcracker Ballet by P.I. Tchaikovsky

Overview

REMIX- Added accessibility enhancements.

This lesson will introduce students to the History the Nutcracker Ballet by P.I. Tchaikovsky. They will learn and listen about History the Nutcracker Ballet by P.I. Tchaikovsky through the resources provided. 

Goals and Objectives

Goals and Objectives

This lesson will introduce students to the History the Nutcracker Ballet by P. I. Tchaikovsky.

They will learn and listen about History the Nutcracker Ballet by P. I. Tchaikovsky through the resources provided. 

Core Lesson Procedures

Core Lesson Procedures

  • Opening activity/Energizer/Warm-up 
  • The students will ask their partner, about Nutcracker ballet. What do they already know about the Nutcracker? 

Main, Closure, and Extension

Main, Closure, and Extension

  • The students will learn and listen presentation about history of the Nutcracker ballet by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky through Power Point. 
  • The students will watch performance of the Nutcracker Ballet from Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, Russia. 

Assessment

Assessment

  • What are you learn about history of the Nutcracker ballet by Tchaikovsky during Power Point presentation? 
  • What are you learn about performance of the Nutcracker Ballet from Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, Russia? 
  • The students will take quiz named The Nutcracker. 

Modifications/Accommodations

Modifications/Accommodations

The students will take extra time to complete their quiz named The Nutcracker.

The students will read aloud quiz and Power Point.

Use different program for different computers: 

  • Immersive Reader on Windows
  • Visor or Deluminate on Chromebook
  • Safari Reader on Mac or iPad