Selected Work Samples
Below are selections from Ms. Moeller's professional and graduate work. Please utilize the contact information below for more information regarding any of these pieces.
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This lesson designed by Ms. Moeller is appropriate for students in grades 6-12 as an introduction or review of key signatures.
This unit was designed by Ms. Moeller for a specific group of 7th-8th grade students working on "El Cielo Canta Alegria" by Pablo Sosa.
This curriculum outline was designed by Ms. Moeller for a specific middle school choir program.
These assessment guides were designed by Ms. Moeller for specific assignments appropriate for middle school choir.
These music history lessons were designed by Ms. Moeller for a specific middle school choir program, providing background for the selected repertoire and incorporating examples of the "Twelve Powerful Words" emphasized school wide as a literacy initiative.
Ms. Moeller conducted a qualitative research study during her time at the University of Central Missouri in which she worked individually with adolescent female students on overcoming anxiety in solo singing. Her paper is titled "Open Your Mouth: Addressing the Inhibitions of Adolescent Singers Through Child Psychology in Vocal Music Education." For the privacy of the students involved, an excerpt from the paper is attached rather than the complete paper.
This paper outlines Ms. Moeller's philosophy of music education based on extensive research during her time at the University of Central Missouri. This is the driving force behind her daily objectives.
This folder includes several concert programs from Ms. Moeller's work for Mannford Public Schools and Broken Arrow Public Schools.