Isle of Tune
Isle of Tune is an interactive music website that allows you to compose melodies and drum/percussive patterns using a very visual format that consists of roads, cars, trees and buildings.
VERY IMPORTANT NOTES:
- The web-based version of Isle of Tune uses Flash. You will need to allow Flash to run in order to use the site
- If you can’t get the Isle of Tune website to load after clicking “Play”, add a forward slash (/) at the end of the URL and try again
In the video below, I walk through some tips and tricks for using Isle of Tune.
Lesson – Melodic Palindromes
About this Lesson
In this lesson, students will demonstrate an understanding of palindromes and compose their own musical palindromes in Isle of Tune.
Which age students?
This is an adaptable lesson which suits students in years 2-6.
Free Website Used in this Lesson
- Download the free Isle of Tune Teacher Information Sheet
- Download the Music Tech Lesson Plan: Melodic Palindromes
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