Download document camera lesson plans for K-12 Art & Music
While document cameras are widely used for standard reading and writing curriculum, they can also be effective in teaching music and the arts. Crowding around a table as the teacher paints a picture, or molds pottery can be frustrating for those who cannot get close enough to see the full demonstration. Showing rare pieces of art can be risky if students need to handle it to fully see it. Holding up a flute to show the proper key sequence of a song may not be visible for those in the back of the class. By using an AVerVision Document camera, teachers can actually mold pottery under the camera as the class follows with their own project. Actual pieces of art can be displayed to the class without worry of damage by passing it around. Trumpet students can follow the teacher as each key is played by watching the large screen. Even video of a lesson can recorded and saved to a computer to revisit at a later time.
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