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Ludwig van Beethoven | Bulletin Board Poster Pack (Digital Print)

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Ludwig van Beethoven | Bulletin Board Poster Pack

Format: PDF/Digital Print

Pages: 8

Product Description

Ready for a new composer of the month? This Ludwig van Beethoven | Composer of the Month Bulletin Board Pack is just the thing to jump start your elementary music classroom composer unit.

Contents

5 - 8.5x11 Bulletin Board Posters
1 - 11x14.5 Beethoven Portrait Poster

The bulletin board posters are purposefully sparse to help students focus on the main points and give them the best chance of remembering them. Included is a composer of the month poster, a dates/origin/era poster, a large (two pieces of paper) and small portrait of the composer, a poster that lists his most popular works, and fun fact.

Best quality, borderless printing is recommended for the posters if your printer has that capability.


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Product License

Unlimited copies for you and your students. However, you may not distribute additional copies to friends and fellow teachers.

About the Composer

Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany in 1770, to Johann van Beethoven and Maria Magdalena Keverich. Although Beethoven's exact birth date is not known, his family celebrated it on December 16. Beethoven's first music instruction came from his father Johann who was said to have been a harsh instructor. Johann later asked his friend, Tobias Pfeiffer, to teach young Beethoven. Although, it seems that the harsh treatment continued, as Johann and his friend would come home late on occasion to pull young Ludwig from his bed to practice until morning. Read more...