Teaching General Music in Grades 4-8 A Musicianship Approach
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Description: Teaching General Music in Grades 4-8: A Musicianship Approach is an ideal core text for both elementary and middle school general music methods courses. It offers unique coverage that bridges the traditional gap between these two courses. Author Thomas A. Regelski discusses the important physical, psychological, cognitive, and social developmental changes that occur in students in grades 4-8 (ages 9-14) and the implications of these changes for instruction in a variety of school organizational formats. Offering music educators both broad and detailed guidelines to fit the needs of this challenging age group, he takes a "musicianship approach" that regards general musical classes for grades 4-8 as an apprenticeship for lifelong musical involvement. The book establishes a rationale for general music education and then introduces an "Action Learning Model," which is based on current research in many disciplines, including a praxial theory of music education. This model focuses on musical learning and skills that have real-life applications and lifelong consequences. It treats classes as "musicianship laboratories" in which fundamental musicianship skills are explored and developed in conjunction with holistic musical actions involving composing, performing, singing, and listening. Teaching General Music in Grades 4-8: A Musicianship Approach offers "protocols" composed of detailed principles and guidelines that allow instructors to design their own lessons and tailor them to suit numerous conditions, including local curriculum, resources, and classroom size and layout. Each chapter ends with a down-to-earth "Nuts 'n' Bolts" section containing advice and recommendations that help teachers implement lessons. A glossary of key terms and ideas in music education is also included. Appendices provide a model curriculum, resources, and tips for using MIDI-based instruction and software.
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List price: $103.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/25/2004
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|Useful Foundations and General Planning Basics|
|Action Learning and "Breaking 100 in Music"|
|'Tween-agers-Their Schools and Their Teachers|
|Teaching Formats and Protocols|
|Tunes by 'Tweens|
|The Sound Composition Laboratory|
|The Listening Laboratory|
|Professionalism: Putting Action Learning into Action|
|Designing and Using Rubrics|
|A Critical Glossary of Key Ideas and Terms|