If you are ready to jump into engaging musical missions, check Music is fun! by @koralinda27 and you will find a wide variety of tips, resources and ideas too, both as a teacher and as a learner.
Be inspired by this young promising teacher, who is able to interpret others' dreams in a comic:
According to its author, Music is fun! is a place for sharing, and that is one of the reasons why she is proposing various collaborative missions, all set up with samples to follow and outcomes to be seen and heard. As she is a collaborative teacher herself, she is also sharing the wide variety of connected projects she has taken part in along her learning journey, about which she is reflecting in her e-publication too.
But before playing it out, you might be interested in what is ahead of you; Coral is providing her target audience with a neat overview infographic which allows envisaging what the learning goals are in a very visual way. Or, if you are more into mindmaps, the same overview has also been designed using that format, so there is a bit for every taste.
It is a very well organised open CLIL e-publication, the result of thorough previous content curation and evaluation of other e-publications designed by other peers as well as of the contribution to peers' challenges, such as the video challenge presented with peer @utopicmarta:
Summer is a cool time to relax, and music is one of the best options to enjoy soothing holidays. If at the same time, you are learning. what else could one ask for?
I do invite you all to surf around Music is fun! and discover which missions suit your musical ambitions best.