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Julie Wilson

Music  ·  K-5 Music Teacher

Room
156

Phone
402-436-1145

Email
jwilson@lps.org

Julie Wilson

Music  ·  K-5 Music Teacher

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Music Curriculum

Students will develop and apply knowledge and skills to CREATE, PERFORM, and RESPOND to music, while making CONNECTIONS to human experiences.

PERFORM:  Singing, playing instruments, moving and dramatizing.

CREATE:  Improvising and creating rhythms, melodies, movements and songs

RESPOND:  Identify and describe how elements of music are used by a performer or creator.

CONNECT:  Connect music to personal experiences, historical and cultural contexts, the arts and other disciplines.

*Additional curriculum information including essential learning outcomes, and highlights for each grade level are included on my website. You can click the link on this page.

 

Schedules

 

DAILY SCHEDULE

9:05-9:55: Fifth Grade

10:00-10:50:  Third Grade

10:55-11:45:  Kindergarten

11:45-12:15: Lunch

12:20-12:50:  Recess Duty

12:55-1:45 Second Grade

1:50-2:40:  First Grade

2:45-3:35: Fourth Grade/ISP

3:35-3:45:  After School Duty

 

MUSIC CALENDAR

  •  Band, Orchestra & Choir Winter Concert:  Monday, December 10, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. Humann Elementary Auditorium. (2:30 p.m. Dress Rehearsal)
  • Fourth Grade:  Lincoln Symphony Young People's Concert:  Tuesday, February 5, 2019, 1:15 p.m.  Lied Center
  • Band, Orchestra  & Choir Spring Concert:  Tuesday, April 30, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.  Humann Elementary Auditorium  (10:00 a.m. Dress Rehearsal)

My name is Julie Wilson and I have been teaching music for 25 years.  Seventeen of those years I have been at Humann Elementary.  Throughout my years of teaching I have taught band grades 5-12 and vocal music grades K-6, as well as preschool and ELL music classes.  Prior to coming to Lincoln I taught in Columbus, Nebraska and Mesa, Arizona.  I graduated from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln in 1993 with a Bachelors in Music Education.  Go Big Red!  While at the university I performed with the UNL Marching Band, Women’s Chorale, Wind Ensemble, Concert Band and Oratorio.  I received my Masters Degree from Northern Arizona University in 1997.  I am also certified  level II  in Orff-Schulwerk. 

I am very excited to share my love of music and performance with all of the students at Humann Elementary. I strive to teach students not just singing and musicianship but also to foster enjoyment in music, promote self-expression and confidence, teach discipline and ignite a passion for music for a lifetime.  I also know that music is beneficial in motor coordination and brain development, and that the skills learned in music translate to many other areas of life.

My husband of 24 years is in the military and we have 3 children together.   We enjoy spending time with our family and following our children to their many activities.  I enjoy running to keep in shape and enjoy participating in some of our local races.  I love to travel and explore new places.  I can’t wait until my next adventure.  

Professional Experience

•Bachelors in Music Education from the University of Nebraska, 1993

•Masters in Elementary Education with a emphasis on Early Childhood Development from The University of Northern Arizona.

•Level II Orff-Schulwerk Training