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Audrey Lopez

Technology Integration Matrix


Colorado
Academic
Standards

ISTE
Standards for
Teachers

ISTE
Standards
for Students

Blooms
Taxonomy

Constructivism

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Mathematics
1. Number Sense,
Properties, and
Operations

2. Patterns,
Functions, and
Algebraic
Structures

1b. Make a
soundscape that
includes counting the
number of animal
noises they hear and
the students have to
find, sums, products
etc.
1c. Create a
soundscape to help
kids identify pattern
in rhythms

1c. Students can


listen to
soundscapes to
practice auditory
counting

Evaluate- students
will evaluate what
noises to count how
the best way to do
so.

Students can listen


individually and then
compare results with
classmates.

Stude
to see
the m
noise

5bStudents can
listen to a
soundscape with
music to hear
patterns in the
beats and rhythms
in different music
styles

Anaylze- students
can discover and
analyze different
types or musical
patterns

Students can listen to


different songs and then
compare with each other.

Stude
to see
most
one s

4a. Use a soundscape


with a unique set of
sounds for students
to listen to and they
create a story to
write and then
preform in front of
class

3b students listen
and use their
imagination to
create a story that
corresponds to
what they are
hearing.

Create- students
create a story by
describing what
may be happening
during the
soundscape.

Students work in groups to


bring their stories to life
and preform them for the
class.

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conte
story
inten
roma

4a Use a
soundscape to teach
plot charts. Use
sounds to identify a
exposition,rising
action, climax etc.

3c Students will
understand and
gain a better
understanding of
what makes a plot

Understanding
Students will have a
better
understanding of
what a plot line is

Students can work as a


team to identify the parts
of the plot

Stude
many
sound
ident

5b. Find famous


speeches spoken by
historical figures and

2b.Students listen
to speeches over
the years and

Analyze students
will analyze the
speeches and how

Students can listen as a


class all together and then
have group discussions.

Stude
what
speak

3. Analysis,
Statistics, and
Probability
4. Shape,
Dimension, and
Geometric
Relationships
Reading, Writing, and Communicating
1. Oral Expression
and Listening

2. Reading for All


Purposes
3. Writing and
Composition

4. Research and
Reasoning
Social Studies
1. History

2. Geography

but them all into a


timeline formatted by
a soundscape
4c Use different
ceremonial
soundtracks from
different cultures to
make a soundscape
to learn geography

analyze their
meanings and
importnace
3a.Students can
listen to music from
a geographical area
to learn more about
that area

they changed over


time
Apply- students will
apply what they
know about
geography to
determine the kind
of music the hear
from the
soundscape

being

Students can discuss what


they heard with each other

Stude
many
can id
sound

3. Economics
4. Civics
Science
1. Physical
Science
2. Life Science

3. Earth Systems
Science

1a.Create a
soundscape full of
animal noises to talk
about biology and
animals
characteristics
3b Create
soundscapes of
noises you may hear
in different natural
disasters

4c.Students can
listen to
soundscapes to
identify animals

Evaluate-students
will evaluate which
animals make what
noise and how they
compare.

Students can work in


groups to find comparisons
of animal noises

Stude
what
what

5a Students can
learn and experice
natural disasters
through use of a
soundscape

Students can
understand natural
disasters with out
having to be in one.

Students can work


together to identify
different soundscapes

Stude
what
is bef

Differentiation
Learning
Disabilities - EEOs
Physical
Disabilities
Gifted/ Talented

5b.Create songs and


noises that students
can use to learn and
memorize material

3b.Students can
listen to songs or
sounds to help
them comprehend
material better

Remembering- the
use of songs and
noises will help
students retain
information

Students can listen as a


group and work together to
learn songs

Stude
for w
most

5a provide students
with resources to
make their own
soundscape to
describe their
favorite season

2b Students can
create their own
soundscape to
express their
interests

Create- students
can create their own
soundscape to learn
and present their
discoveries

Students can listen to each


others soundscapes

Stude
award
best

Other

Reflection: I think soundscape is a cool way to organize sound. I found it to be a


very difficult and tricky process if not provided with the correct resources. I
definitely want to incorporate auditory learning into the classroom but soundscape
seem like a lot of work. I think playing music is much easier and effective.