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Music Fundamentals, Methods, and Materials for the Elementary Classroom Teacher (with Audio CD)

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780205449644

ISBN10:
0205449646
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2006
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

Designed for prospective teachers without extensive music backgrounds, this market-leading text provides both a thorough overview of the basic elements of music and a clear sequence of instructional steps that allows readers to participate in the same learning process they will later use as teachers. Packaged with a free audio CD which includes both songs and listening lessons foundin the text,Music Fundamentalshas been updated to reflect the new National Standards and the diverse nature of today's classrooms. The text continues to be written in such a way that, once students leave the college classroom, they can easily use the text with their own students, without continual music specialist assistance.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
SECTION I Teaching the Elements of Music to Children
1(182)
Music and the Child
1(4)
Multisensory Approach
1(1)
Learning Theory
1(1)
Learning Theory Applied to Music Education
2(3)
Teaching Rhythm to Children
5(41)
Introduction
5(1)
Beat/Pulse
5(2)
Rhythm
7(1)
Quarter Note, Eighth Note, Two Eighth Notes
8(2)
Quarter Rest
10(2)
Grouping Beats
12(2)
Time Signature or Meter Signature
14(2)
Sixteenth Notes and Rest, Half Note and Rest, Whole Note and Rest
16(6)
Tie
22(2)
Dotted Notes
24(3)
Simple Meter
27(1)
Compound Meter
28(4)
Changing Meters
32(1)
Other Rhythms: Triplet and Syncopation
32(7)
Anacrusis (Pick-up)
39(4)
Additional Rhymes for Rhythm Activities
43(1)
Introducing the Structural Components of Rhythm: Suggested Sequencing by Grade Level
44(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Rhythm
44(2)
Teaching Melody to Children
46(51)
Introduction
46(1)
Pitch: High/Low
46(2)
Staff
48(2)
Clef Signs
50(1)
Grand Staff
51(1)
Musical Alphabet
51(4)
Note Stems
55(1)
Unorganized and Organized Pitches
56(1)
Contour
57(2)
Steps, Skips, Repeated Notes, and Leaps
59(3)
Melodic Intervals
62(2)
Whole Steps and Half Steps
64(1)
Accidentals
65(2)
Enharmonic Equivalents
67(1)
Major Scales and Key Signatures
68(6)
Minor Scales and Key Signatures
74(6)
Pentatonic Scale
80(2)
Transposing
82(13)
Introducing the Structural Components of Melody: Suggested Sequencing by Grade Level
95(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Melody
96(1)
Teaching Timbre to Children
97(13)
Introduction
97(1)
Environmental and Body Sounds
97(2)
Tone Color of Rhythm Instruments
99(2)
Vocal Sounds
101(1)
Orchestral Sounds
102(6)
Introducing the Structural Components of Timbre: Suggested Sequencing by Grade Level
108(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Timbre
108(1)
Listening Selections
109(1)
Teaching Expressive Elements to Children
110(14)
Introduction
110(1)
Tempo
110(3)
Dynamics
113(5)
Legato and Staccato
118(2)
Slur
120(2)
Fermata
122(1)
Introducing Expressive Elements: Suggested Sequencing by Grade Level
123(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Expressive Elements
123(1)
Teaching Form to Children
124(28)
Introduction
124(1)
Phrase
124(9)
Sectional Forms: Binary, Ternary, Rondo, Theme and Variations, and Strophic
133(10)
Introduction, Interlude, and Coda
143(3)
Repeat Signs
146(4)
Introducing the Structural Components of Form: Suggested Sequencing by Grade Level
150(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Form
151(1)
Teaching Texture to Children
152(12)
Introduction
152(1)
Monophonic Texture
152(2)
Polyphonic Texture
154(6)
Homophonic Texture
160(3)
Introducing the Structural Components of Texture: Suggested Sequencing by Grade Level
163(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Texture
163(1)
Teaching Harmony to Children
164(19)
Introduction
164(1)
Aural Harmonic Awareness
164(1)
Preparation for Harmony
164(3)
Singing Rounds
167(1)
Melodic Ostinato
168(1)
Singing in Thirds and Sixths
168(1)
Partner Songs and Descants
169(3)
Bordun
172(1)
Chordal Accompaniment
173(8)
Introducing the Structural Components of Harmony: Suggested Sequencing by Grade Level
181(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Harmony
182(1)
SECTION II Developing Musical Skills
183(106)
The Singing Voice
183(24)
Adult Voice
183(1)
Vocal Mechanism
184(1)
Adult Voice Classifications
184(1)
Vocal Registers
185(2)
Characteristics of the Child's Voice at the Primary Level
187(1)
Characteristics of the Child's Voice at the Upper Elementary Level
188(1)
Solving Vocal Problems in the Older Student
188(2)
Physical Characteristics of Good Singing
190(1)
Helping Children Find Their Singing Voice
191(3)
Objectives and Guidelines for Singing at the Elementary Level
194(1)
Teaching a Song by Rote
195(3)
Teaching a Song by Note
198(8)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Singing Voice
206(1)
Playing Musical Instruments
207(48)
Playing Classroom Instruments
207(12)
Playing the Orff Barred Instruments
219(6)
Playing the Soprano Recorder
225(15)
Playing the Autoharp
240(3)
Playing the Guitar
243(7)
Playing Keyboard Instruments
250(4)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Instruments
254(1)
Listening Activities and Materials
255(15)
Goals for Listening Activities
255(1)
Guidelines for Listening
255(1)
Organizing Listening Activities
256(13)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Listening
269(1)
Movement and Children
270(19)
Preparing for Movement Activities
270(1)
Beginning Movement Activities
271(2)
Categories of Movement
273(1)
Movement and Space
274(2)
Movement and Improvisation
276(1)
Movement and Dynamics
276(1)
Circle Games
277(5)
Folk Dances
282(6)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Movement
288(1)
SECTION III Organizing Musical Experiences
289(16)
Lesson Planning
289(16)
Characteristics of the Group
289(1)
What Shall I Teach?
289(6)
How Shall I Teach?
295(1)
Cooperative Learning
295(1)
How Will I Know the Student Learned It?
296(8)
What Materials Shall I Use?
304(1)
SECTION IV Teaching Music in Specialized Areas
305(34)
Integrating Music with Other Subjects
305(12)
Language Arts
305(3)
Social Studies
308(4)
Science
312(1)
Physical Education
312(1)
Related Arts
312(3)
Integration of the Arts
315(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Specialized Areas
316(1)
Special Education and Mainstreaming
317(22)
Learners Who Present Variations in the Music Setting
317(1)
Mainstreaming
317(1)
Inclusion
317(1)
Which Learners Present Variation?
318(3)
Inclusion in the Music Classroom
321(3)
Musical Adaptations for Use in the ``Inclusive'' Setting
324(12)
Classroom Management in an All-Inclusive Setting
336(1)
Parents/Student/Teacher
336(1)
Written and Performance-Related Assessments through Cooperative Learning Activities: Learners Who Present Variations in the Music Setting
337(2)
Glossary 339(6)
List of Songs 345(5)
Appendix A Chapter Correlation for National Standards for Arts Education 350(2)
Appendix B Instructional Materials 352(1)
Credits 353(1)
Index 354


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