Strategies for teaching high school general music
Music Educators National Conference, Feb 1, 1997 - Education - 110 pages
Strategies for Teaching High School General Music features: fifty-eight strategies that reflect a variety of teaching and learning styles; step-by-step instructions, each consisting of six parts: objective, materials, prior knowledge and experiences, procedures, indicators of success, and follow-up; and ideas and resources designed to help in curriculum development, lesson planning, and assessment of music learning.
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accompaniment accuracy and expression African American alto arts Ask students bass beat cadences chalkboard composition criteria cultures dents Discuss with students electronic keyboard elements of music ensemble skills evaluate example excerpts Explain to students Feller from Fortune Follow-up gagaku Gentle Annie Grade guitar Hal Leonard Corporation handbell harmony Help students high school Improvising melodies Indicators of Success Junkanoo keyboard Knowledge and Experiences Materials ments meter Music Connection Native American music neighbor tones notation notes numbers Objective Ode to Joy Parsippany patterns percussion instruments phrase pitches play the piece Play the recording Procedures Proficient STRATEGY repertoire of music rhythm rhythmic rondo selected sequences Silver Burdett Ginn sing the song solfege soprano sound Strategies for Teaching students compare Students demonstrate Students have studied Students identify Students improvise students listen Students perform students play students sing Students will sing studied music theory style subdominant chord technical accuracy tempo triad varied repertoire voices