…the listening program with outcome based plans that fit beautifully into
the many educational frameworks teachers are encountering today.
iListenWI is a program that provides students with an exposure to a wide array of musical genres, to develop life-long intelligent music listeners and consumers, by encouraging higher level thinking and listening skills.
Supplements any music curriculum
iListenWI enhances any curriculum and can be used for all grade levels K-12.
Cost effective proven lessons
For just $25 you will receive:
- Teaching resources written by Wisconsin teachers and tested with Wisconsin students
- Creative listening maps and movement ideas that your students will love
- A repertoire that contains clear examples of form and style
- The support of committee members who will help you in any way they can.
- The satisfaction of knowing that you are providing students with an opportunity to love and own great pieces of music for a lifetime!
Meets state and national standards
With the variety of lesson plans and your own creative twists, iListenWI can meet not only Wisconsin State Standards, but National Music Standards for Music Education
You decide how much time it takes
iListenWI is versatile. You can weave it into your year-long curriculum, create a six week unit, or use it to introduce students to listening skills in a one to two week period. You decide how you will use iListenWI and the depth to which you will take it.
BEST OF ALL…It helps students develop skills critical to life in and out of the musical world!
Each school year, a committee of teachers selects a list of pieces that centers around a theme. These teachers create lesson plans/ideas, biographical information on the composers and listening maps to assist with teaching each of the pieces on the list. Pieces are selected not only for theme, but for their historical value as they have stood the test of time.
The theme for the 2017-2018 school year is “Toys and Games”
View a sample page from the digital binder
WMEA iListenWI Committee Members
Sharon Gilbert, Nekoosa – email
Kathy Hoch, Beaver Dam – email
Justin Kamp, East Troy – email
Darin Menk, Manitowoc – email
Aimee Swanson, East Troy – email
Jackie Vandenberg, West Bend – email