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EDU 397F. Teaching Music Through Singing Chapter 4. Teaching Music Through Singing. Objectives: TSW learn basic ¾ and 4/4 conducting techniques as measured by informal observation. TSW learn the Kodaly syllable “Re” as evidenced by melodic composition assignments

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Edu 397f

EDU 397F

Teaching Music Through Singing

Chapter 4


Teaching music through singing
Teaching Music Through Singing

Objectives:

  • TSW learn basic ¾ and 4/4 conducting techniques as measured by informal observation.

  • TSW learn the Kodaly syllable “Re” as evidenced by melodic composition assignments

  • Classroom Management: “1, 2, 3, Look at me”

  • Microteaching Lessons

  • Chapter 4

  • Grammar Rap

  • Melodic Dictation: Re

  • Keyboard: Auto-Accompaniment

  • Grant Proposals

    For Tuesday: Read Chapter 5; write 4 MD measures; work on grant topic


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Teaching Music Through Singing

  • Developmental Line – cambiata voices (voice change during puberty)

  • Conducting

  • Teaching Songs

    • Rote (imitation)

    • Rote-note (combination)

    • Note (Kodaly)

      Microteaching Lesson


“The dream begins, most of the time, with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you on to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called truth.”-Dan Rather