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GUEST,Ewan McVicar Details re new Scotland's Songs website (9) Details re new Scotland's Songs website 02 Dec 10


SCOTLAND'S SONGS, a new website
PLEASE PASS ON THE WORD ABOUT THIS EXCITING RESOURCE TO TEACHERS AND PARENTS YOU KNOW.

An exciting new resources for teachers and learners has been launched on the Learning and Teaching Scotland (LTS) website. Scotland's Songs is a learning resources that makes a world-class collections of songs and tunes freely available to all Scottish schools.
To support the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence, the materials have been designed to allow teachers and early years practitioners the freedom to incorporate them into their teaching practice as they choose.
Scotland's Songs brings together a diverse collection of more than 130 Scots and Gaelic songs and tunes from across the nation. All songs are freely available to listen to online; most are accompanied by full lyrics and musical notation. The new resource also features introductions to traditional songs and music, a tour of Scotland's instruments and a look at themes in Scottish music.
Find Scotland's Songs at
http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/scotlandssongs/index.asp
Find Ewan McVicar's site that offers a support and development service for teachers at
http://www.scotssangsfurschools.webs.com/

PLEASE NOTE
These are new sites, still under development. For example, the translations of Gaelic lyrics are not yet linked to the Gaelic recordings. Also, there is the prospect of a Phase Two in which regional material will be added.


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