Music theory is one of the most important aspects of our students’ development in our music classrooms. Of course, music making, performance, and experience also have their own critical roles, but students appreciate music much more when they can hear AND understand the mechanics of music.
There are many music theory websites that are designed to help you teach your students from the most basic to the most advanced aspects of music theory. Whether you’re looking for a detailed theory lesson or just a simple game to reinforce a basic concept, this website has what you need to help your students understand more concretely.
Best for: Intermediate music grades
It still amazes me that some teachers have never heard of or used musictheory.net. MusicTheory.net offers a variety of exercises and pre-made digital lessons that take students through the basics of music theory (rhythm, notes on a staff, time signatures, etc.) to creating chord progressions, building Neapolitan chords, and inversions. .
In customization, teachers can pre-create their own exercises and parameters for their students. For example, perhaps a class is learning about the spatial notes of a treble clef. Free music download A teacher could design a note identification quiz that asks students only the treble clef space notes. The teacher can also set parameters such as time limit, question limit and multiple attempts allowed.
Once an exercise is designed, it is saved as a private link that can be added to digital classrooms or distributed via email. When students click on the link, all the preset parameters are waiting for them, which significantly reduces the time to prepare for exams or quizzes.
Best for: Elementary/Intermediate music classrooms (virtual instruments) and Secondary music classrooms (theory)
Musicca.com is similar to musictheory.net in terms of their theory exercises, but they also have additional features that make them unique and useful in their own right.
The best feature (in my opinion) on musicca.com is their virtual instruments and tools for finding chords, intervals and scales. Musicca offers free virtual piano, virtual guitar, virtual bass and online drum machine. It’s not easy to find virtual instruments that sound high quality, but the virtual instruments on Musicca are on par with those you’ll find in other programs like Garageband. They sound great! Musicca is an excellent free tool that will give your students the ability to play high quality instruments digitally or virtually.
music technique teacher
Best for: Elementary and early middle school music classes
Created by Ms. Karen Garrett, MusicTechTeacher is a wealth of free music theory teaching information for elementary and middle school music students. Perhaps the most popular part of the site is the games section, which contains dozens of different music theory, piano, and music history games for students:
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