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EDU 397F. Teaching Music Through Playing Classroom Instruments Chapter 5. Teaching Music Through Playing Classroom Instruments. Objectives: TSW learn the basic classroom instrument categories as measured by informal observation.

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Edu 397f

EDU 397F

Teaching Music Through Playing Classroom Instruments

Chapter 5


Teaching music through playing classroom instruments

Teaching Music Through Playing Classroom Instruments

Objectives:

  • TSW learn the basic classroom instrument categories as measured by informal observation.

  • TSW learn the Kodaly syllable for dotted half notes and whole notes as evidenced by rhythmic composition assignments

    Classroom Management – Proximity (my favorite)

  • Chapter 5

    • Microteaching Lessons

  • Rhythmic Dictation – dotted half notes and whole notes

  • Key Signatures (sharps)

  • Keyboard: Auto-Accompaniment (Rappin’ Grammar)

  • Introduction to Recorders

    For Thursday: 4 measures RD, work on grant proposal


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Teaching Music Through Playing Classroom Instruments

  • Melody Instruments

  • Harmonic Instruments

  • Percussion Instruments

    • Woods

    • Metals

    • Skins

      Making your own instruments (p. 176)


Edu 397f

“Music is well said to be the speech of angels; in fact, nothing among the utterances allowed to man is felt to be so divine. It brings us near to the infinite.”- Thomas Carlyle


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