Musical Ancestries™: Scotland

Musical Ancestries™ is a program created to inspire school-aged children to explore their musical and cultural heritage and develop an appreciation for others’ traditions. It is designed to create a pathway to understanding and acceptance as children explore the great diversity of our community.

In this episode, listeners will travel with siblings Gavin and Anabel to Scotland to visit their Uncle Fergus and experience music, dance, ceilidhs, Highland games, and even a military tattoo as they learn about their father’s homeland.

The resources below include an audio recording of the radio broadcast, the full script for the broadcast, a list of related resources in the community, and lesson prompts that can be accessed through the content boxes on this page. Incorporated into the Prezi presentation below are visual images, maps, audio clips, text and hands-on activities that students, teachers and parents can use to enhance their learning experience. In addition, the See It, Hear It, Do It format fully engages the child in learning. National Standards addressed are noted in their section of the Prezi presentation.

This episode of Musical Ancestries™ is made possible by the Scottish St. Andrew Society of Greater St. Louis.

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Musical Ancestries™: Scotland

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