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               The visual and preforming arts inspire students and help you learn in a nice and creative way. I wanted to interview the middle school music teacher, Mr. Jeremy Chapman because I think it is important for parents, children, and teachers to understand the meaning of preforming arts.

 

Why do you like teaching music?

I like teaching music because I think it is a subject that inspires students.

 

What kind of music is your class doing?

We are doing a lot of band music.

 

Do you play an instrument? If yes what kind?

The instruments that I play are the saxophone and flute.

 

What got you interested in music?

Well, I grew up listening to music.

 

Is there anything else you like to teach other than music?

I taught drama.

 

How do you feel music has changed in general?

Now there is a lot of electronic music, hip hop, and rap.

 

Do you think the audience is more interested than before?

Now the music is better.

I hope you understood how music was and is now. As a choir student, music has inspired me. Thank you Mr. Chapman for taking from your time and letting me interview you.

 

               I also interviewed Mr. James McLean because I think drama also inspires many people because it is creative, funny and has different genres. Here is what he said:

 

What do you like about teaching drama?

I like different ways to look at the same thing. Let me give you a quote: “Theater is life, Life is theater.”

 

Did you preform plays?

Yes and I still do.

 

Do students enjoy this subject?

Yes, they do.

 

Do you think the audience looks up to your creations?

Yes, I think so, not only my creations but drama in general.

 

How long have you been teaching drama?

I have been teaching drama for 30 years.

 

How do you feel the plays have changed?

They become pertinent.

 

Do you think the audience is more interested than before?

No, I think they were more interested before.

Those were Mr. McLean’s wonderful words. They inspired me and I am sure they inspired you too. I hope you better understand the meaning of preforming arts. I did. Thank you Mr. McLean.

 

 

 

 

 

Article posted December 8, 2011 at 11:39 AM • comment (1) • Reads 123 • see all articles

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Hi, I am Samar. I am in 5D, my teacher is Mrs. Coffey. I am 10 years old. I have 2 sisters and one brother. I am the oldest in the family. I love Harry Potter

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