Need easy sub plans or a quick minilesson to introduce students to a new composer? These low tech or no tech printables allow you to introduce students to Florence Price, the first female African-American composer to be recognized as a symphonic composer and to have her work played by a major symphony orchestra. Introduce her during Black History Month, Women’s History Month, or as part of your regular rotation of composers!
Students will read about Florence Price (mini bio included), answer comprehension questions, and make connections to her life. Listen to Price’s “Juba Dance” and follow along with a listening map and SQUILT worksheet. You can easily fill up a whole class with low stress on a sub (or yourself)!
This product includes:
- colorful poster
- coloring sheet
- composer biography
- comprehension questions
- drawing page – connecting to the composer
- listening map
- SQUILT sheet / listening worksheet for “Juba Dance” from Symphony No. 1 in E Minor
Students’ completed worksheets make a great bulletin board display!