Great Composers – Presentations – Day 1

The first five composers conducted (tee hee!) their living history reenactment presentations in the library today.  Pictured above, from left to right: Guillaume de Machaut, Luigi Boccherini, Queen Christina of Sweden (talking about Archangelo Corelli), Carlos Chavez, and Aaron Copland.

The presenters were spectacular, giving their fellow students a great example of what to strive for in their own presentations over the next two weeks.  Way to go, Composers!


About Paula Montrie

I am a Middle School Librarian at Friends School of Baltimore. I have been a librarian for 11 years, serving 6 years with the Howard County Public School System before arriving at my current school. I teach two classes: SpeechCraft (a combination of information literacy, public speaking and theater), and Media Literacy at the middle school level. I also collaboratively co-teach with a number of teachers at the school, including Music, Geography, and U.S. History. I love it! My professional interests are: information literacy, multiple intelligences and learning styles, teaching through movement, curriculum-writing, technology integration, and bridging the gap between digital natives and digital immigrants. My personal interests are: dancing, singing, knitting, sewing, art, living history, writing and of course - reading!
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One Response to Great Composers – Presentations – Day 1

  1. And way to go living history! Not surprising considering their librarian is one of the most talented living historians (and librarians!) I know! Miss you honey!
    ~Gwyneth Jones
    The Daring Librarian

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