Integrating Music Into the Elementary Classroom
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Publisher : Schirmer
Release Date : 1995
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 516 pages
Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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This text presents a theoretical framework of elementary education learning patterns and the fundamentals of music. After covering these two topics, the remainder of the text develops musical skills while describing the ways music can be integrated into the classroom through the use of singing, making and playing musical instruments, listening, dancing, and other artistic media.

Integrating Music Into the Elementary Classroom

by William M. Anderson,Joy E. Lawrence

This text presents a theoretical framework of elementary education learning patterns and the fundamentals of music. After covering these two topics, the remainder of the text develops musical skills while describing the ways music can be integrated into the classroom through the use of singing, making and playing musical instruments, listening, dancing, and other artistic media.

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Integrating Music into the Elementary Classroom  Media Edition

by William M. Anderson,Joy E. Lawrence

Anderson and Lawrence (Kent State U.) explain how music can be taught as part of the regular elementary classroom curriculum, for both teachers with little experience and music specialists. After discussing how children learn, guidelines for teaching, and music fundamentals, they suggest techniques for teaching singing, and playing instruments.

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Integrating Music Into the Elementary Classroom

by William M. Anderson,Joy E. Lawrence

The market-leading text for the Elementary School Music Methods course, INTEGRATING MUSIC INTO THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM, was the first to emphasize the theme of integrating music throughout the school day. Anderson and Lawrence show future educators how to make music an effective part of the entire elementary curriculum. The text introduces the songs, instruments, sources of age-appropriate music, and methods of making music in a multicultural environment--making it perfect for students with no prior knowledge of music fundamentals. With easy

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Integrating Music Into the Elementary Classroom

by William Anderson

The market-leading text for the Elementary School Music Methods course, INTEGRATING MUSIC INTO THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM was the first to emphasize the theme of integrating music throughout the school day. Anderson and Lawrence show future educators how to make music an effective part of the entire elementary curriculum. The text introduces songs, instruments, sources of age-appropriate music, and methods of making music in a multicultural environment -- making it perfect for students with no prior knowledge of music fundamentals. With

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Integrating Music Into the Elementary Classroom

by William M. Anderson,Joy E. Lawrence

Covers music fundamentals as well as materials and methods for teaching music in the elementary classroom. It also focuses on how children learn and presents easy-to-use techniques for teaching singing, playing instruments, moving to music, creating music, listening critically, and integrating musical study with the arts and other subject areas.

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Integrating musical activities in the elementary school classroom can assist in effectively teaching and engaging students in Language Arts, Science, Math, and Social Studies, while also boosting mental, emotional and social development. However, many elementary education majors fear they lack the needed musical skills to use music successfully. Future elementary school teachers need usable, practical musical strategies to easily infuse into their curriculum. Written for both current and future teachers with little or no previous experience in music, Using Music

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This book is designed to assist pre-service and in-service classroom teachers in weaving music, visual arts, drama, and movement into the elementary school curriculum--thereby stimulating the learning process, enriching other subject areas, and providing opportunities for creative expression and self-fulfillment. Featuring content informed by the National Standards for the Arts, the book provides the basic tools and activities that teachers need to gain confidence in using the arts in their elementary classrooms. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product

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Offering a brand new approach to teaching music in the primary classroom, Teaching Music Creatively provides training and qualified teachers with a comprehensive understanding of how to effectively deliver a creative music curriculum. Exploring research-informed teaching ideas, diverse practices and approaches to music teaching, the authors offer well-tested strategies for developing children’s musical creativity, knowledge, skills and understanding. With ground-breaking contributions from international experts in the field, this book presents a unique set of perspectives on music teaching. Key

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Integrating Music Into the Classroom

by William M. Anderson,Joy E. Lawrence

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