Music in Childhood (Enhanced Edition) by Patricia Shehan Campbell, Carol Scott-Kassner

By Patricia Shehan Campbell, Carol Scott-Kassner

Tune IN youth: MULTIMEDIA replace combines the easiest examine and functional wisdom to be had to offer tune schooling scholars the mandatory instruments to achieve their destiny study rooms.

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A table with chairs, on which cassette tape players with headphones can be set, can make for an ideal independent listening and ear-training lab. A teacher’s desk, a personal computer, files, and storage cabinets complete the list of necessary furniture. WHAT SHOULD THE MUSIC CLASSROOM FEEL LIKE? Teachers need to be aware of factors that create an environment conducive to music listening, performing, and creating. The music room should be well ventilated, with plenty of windows for fresh air and light.

Have you lowered/raised the pitch? Are you sustaining for the complete duration? Can you achieve the rhythmic swing or flow? Late Children sing; the model sings/children listen; children sing How closely can you approximate the model? How might you vary the model’s rendering? Where are the peak expressive points? What are the overlaps and distinctions between you and the model? playing rhythms accurately—is positively reinforced by the teacher’s smile, nod, or positive comment, that behavior will be maintained or increased.

Enhancing transfer of learning to new tasks or information ✦ Transfer concepts and skills to performance of unfamiliar piece ✦ Transfer concepts and skills to listening of unfamiliar piece 34 CHAPTER 2 / F R O M T H E O RY T O P R A C T I C E I N T E A C H I N G M U S I C T O C H I L D R E N Gagné’s eight events to music for children. These steps may apply to a complete lesson or to single activities within a lesson. Edwin E. Gordon’s (1997) Music Learning Theory appears to be at least partially influenced by some of Gagné’s early theoretical work.

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