Welcome!

My name is Jada Mayo and am a Tarboro native. I moved to Raleigh just before third grade where I finished grade school. I graduated from North Carolina Central University in 2015 with a Bachelor's of Arts in Vocal Music. While at NCCU, I preformed in several operas and oratorios, with the Durham Symphony, and in various venues in the along the east coast. I am excited about being back home teaching all of our students about the music I love. 
 
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🎼Below are some music resources to enjoy from your home! I hope everyone is safe and well. I love you all!
 
            Ms. Mayo
This website allows you to create and record beatbox mixes.
 
Step 1: Select a version. Each version will offer a different style of beat boxing. 
Step 2: Once you have selected you version, click the play button to begin. 
Step 3: Click and drag an icon over to a person to activate the sound. You can hover over each person and choose to mute, give them a solo (headphones), or remove them (x).  Continue to edit until you are satisfied with what you hear. Remember which symbols you mute and "unmute" to create layers to your mix.
Step 4: Click the menu button to record up to 3 minutes of your mix. 
 
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Write a song about something that interest you or that you enjoy (Ex. games, sports, activities, family, school).
 
Try each style they are equally enjoyable. 
 
 
 
On this website each letter makes it's own unique sound. The space bar changes the set of sounds heard with each letter.
  *this resource is best used on a laptop or computer.
Ideas for use:
   - spelling (type each letter to a slow steady beat; use vocabulary, sight words, names, etc.,)
   - type out the ABCs while singing the song
   - type your favorite (vocab?) word (each time try to type a little faster; can you type it five times in a row, without making mistakes, at your fastest speed?)
  
  
If being used on a phone or tablet, the best way to utilize this website is too divide the screen according to each section when the screen is touched. You can place small dots or stickers for each section, or a dry erase marker to draw lines or label the sections. The bottom right corner changes the set of sounds.
 
Ideas for use after labeling:
  - tune motor skills
  - memory games
  - be creative, use your imagination.
 
On Typatone, each letter represents a specific musical note. Unlike Patatap, the user is able to see what you have typed and hear it played back. To hear the play back simply stop typing for about 3 seconds. 
 
Press the center button above the keyboard (with the music note) to change the musical setting. 
 
Ideas for use:
   - spelling (type each letter to a slow steady beat; use vocabulary, sight words, names, etc.,)
   - type out the ABCs while singing the song
   - type your favorite (vocab?) word (each time try to type a little faster; can you type it five times in a row, without making mistakes, at your fastest speed?)
   -Write a short poem. Which musical setting do you think best reflects the mood of you poem?