unit 6

This is your opportunity to guide the discussion. Posts can address some of the following:

What did you find most interesting in the unit? Why?

What issues are at stake in this unit? 

What extra-musical (social, cultural, political, etc) factors seem to have most strongly impacted the musical movements present in this unit?

Are there relevant topics that you think deserve further exploration? 

Feel free to comment on anything in the lectures you like: ask questions, challenge ideas presented, tell us what music/performances you liked or didn’t like, etc. 

You are required to post two responses in the discussion, however full credit can be earned from original posts or responses to other students (at least one should be a peer response).This is your opportunity to guide the discussion. Posts can address some of the following:

What did you find most interesting in the unit? Why?

What issues are at stake in this unit? 

What extra-musical (social, cultural, political, etc) factors seem to have most strongly impacted the musical movements present in this unit?

Are there relevant topics that you think deserve further exploration? 

Feel free to comment on anything in the lectures you like: ask questions, challenge ideas presented, tell us what music/performances you liked or didn’t like, etc. 

You are required to post two responses in the discussion, however full credit can be earned from original posts or responses to other students (at least one should be a peer response).This is your opportunity to guide the discussion. Posts can address some of the following:

What did you find most interesting in the unit? Why?

What issues are at stake in this unit? 

What extra-musical (social, cultural, political, etc) factors seem to have most strongly impacted the musical movements present in this unit?

Are there relevant topics that you think deserve further exploration? 

Feel free to comment on anything in the lectures you like: ask questions, challenge ideas presented, tell us what music/performances you liked or didn’t like, etc. 

You are required to post two responses in the discussion, however full credit can be earned from original posts or responses to other students (at least one should be a peer response).This is your opportunity to guide the discussion. Posts can address some of the following:

What did you find most interesting in the unit? Why?

What issues are at stake in this unit? 

What extra-musical (social, cultural, political, etc) factors seem to have most strongly impacted the musical movements present in this unit?

Are there relevant topics that you think deserve further exploration? 

Feel free to comment on anything in the lectures you like: ask questions, challenge ideas presented, tell us what music/performances you liked or didn’t like, etc. 

You are required to post two responses in the discussion, however full credit can be earned from original posts or responses to other students (at least one should be a peer response).This is your opportunity to guide the discussion. Posts can address some of the following:

What did you find most interesting in the unit? Why?

What issues are at stake in this unit? 

What extra-musical (social, cultural, political, etc) factors seem to have most strongly impacted the musical movements present in this unit?

Are there relevant topics that you think deserve further exploration? 

Feel free to comment on anything in the lectures you like: ask questions, challenge ideas presented, tell us what music/performances you liked or didn’t like, etc. 

You are required to post two responses in the discussion, however full credit can be earned from original posts or responses to other students (at least one should be a peer response).

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