TEACHING PRIMARY MUSIC

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Teaching Primary Music

Author : Alison Daubney
ISBN : 9781526421531
Genre : Education
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This book gives beginning primary school teachers clear guidance on how to successfully teach music without recourse to specialized training.
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Teaching Music In The Primary School 2 E

Author : Joanna Glover
ISBN : 9780826478184
Genre : Education
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Music's place in the National Curriculum in England and Wales is now firmly established. This book is a guide to help all primary teachers, and those with a co-ordinating role who support them, develop music in their classrooms. it looks at children's learning in music, in the context of current thinking on primary education and the developments of primary music since 1991. There are well-researched chapters on promoting children's musical composition and the ways in which music can be related to the whole primary curriculum. With a wealth of straightforward, practical ideas, a revised chapter on assesment and a new chapter on the role of the music co-ordinator, this new edition of Teachin Music in the Primary School will be indispensable reading for all primary teachers, primary music co-ordinators and those running music courses in teacher education at undergraduate, postgraduate or INSET levels. The editors are both at Bath Spa University College, where Joanna Glover is a Senior Lecturer in Music Education and Stephen Ward is Head of Department of Primary Education in the Faculty of Education and Human Sciences.
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Mastering Primary Music

Author : Ruth Atkinson
ISBN : 9781474296823
Genre : Education
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Mastering Primary Music introduces the primary music curriculum and helps trainees and teachers learn how to plan and teach inspiring lessons that make music learning irresistible. Topics covered include: · Current developments in music · Music as an irresistible activity · Music as a practical activity · Skills to develop in music · Promoting curiosity · Assessing children in music · Practical issues This guide includes examples of children's work, case studies, readings to reflect upon and reflective questions that all help to exemplify what is considered to be best and most innovative practice. The book draws on the experience of a leading professional in primary music, Ruth Atkinson, to provide the essential guide to teaching music for all trainee primary teachers.
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Teaching Music In The Primary School

Author : Joanna Glover
ISBN : 9781847140456
Genre : Education
File Size : 27.12 MB
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Music's place in the National Curriculum in England and Wales is now firmly established. This book is a guide to help all primary teachers, and those with a co-ordinating role who support them, develop music in their classrooms. it looks at children's learning in music, in the context of current thinking on primary education and the developments of primary music since 1991. There are well-researched chapters on promoting children's musical composition and the ways in which music can be related to the whole primary curriculum. With a wealth of straightforward, practical ideas, a revised chapter on assesment and a new chapter on the role of the music co-ordinator, this new edition of Teaching Music in the Primary School will be indispensable reading for all primary teachers, primary music co-ordinators and those running music courses in teacher education at undergraduate, postgraduate or INSET levels. The editors are both at Bath Spa University College, where Joanna Glover is a Senior Lecturer in Music Education and Stephen Ward is Head of Department of Primary Education in the Faculty of Education and Human Sciences.
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Teaching Music In Secondary Schools

Author : Gary Spruce
ISBN : 0415262348
Genre : Education
File Size : 87.62 MB
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This series brings together a range of articles, extracts from books and reports that inform an understanding of secondary schools in today's educational climate.
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Primary Music Later Years

Author : Jo Glover
ISBN : 9781135714376
Genre : Education
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The second of two practical classroom books on the teaching of music in primary schools, Primary Music: Later Years (7-11) combines for the first time an approach based on the centrality of the class teacher's responsibility for music, and working with the demands for subject knowledge and for appropriate progression at Key Stage 1.
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Issues In Music Teaching

Author : Chris Philpott
ISBN : 9781134560103
Genre : Education
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Issues in Music Teaching stimulates critical reflection on a range of topics related to the teaching and learning of music in both the primary and secondary school, including: the place of music in the curriculum the nature of music and music education ICT and music education music education and individual needs continuity and progression in music education The book prompts the reader to be analytical and critical of theory and practice, and to become an autonomous professional and curriculum developer.
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The Pedagogy Of Primary Music Teaching Talking About Not Talking

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ISBN : OCLC:1053766297
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ABSTRACT: In English primary schools, provision of musical music lessons is often lacking. This paper focuses on whether a lack of clarity around primary music pedagogy might be a contributing factor. Some comparisons are drawn with the realm of second-language teaching. A small qualitative study is reported in which three teacher-educators with responsibility for primary music, from different higher education institutions, were interviewed to explore their pedagogic perspectives and articulacy. There was little evidence of shared pedagogy and interviewees often struggled to explain effective practice. However, one common theme was the implication that to teach musically a teacher needs to 'feel like a musician' at some level. It is suggested that teacher-educators might benefit from more clearly articulating 'pedagogic content knowledge' (Shulman, Lee. 1987. "Knowledge and Teaching: Foundations of the New Reform." Harvard Educational Review 57 (1): 1–23) for primary music, including the dimension of 'feeling like a musician'. This could, in turn, enhance work with student teachers and perhaps enable more teachers to teach musically.
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Coordinating Music Across The Primary School

Author : Sarah Hennessy
ISBN : 9781135712686
Genre : Education
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Specifically designed for busy teachers who have responsibility for co- ordinating a subject area within their primary school. Each volume in the series conforms to a concise style, while providing a wealth of tips, case studies and photocopiable material that teachers can use immediately.; There are special volumes dedicated to dealing with OFSTED, creating whole school policy and the demands of co-ordinating several subjects within a small school.; The entire set of 16 volumes is available.
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Teaching Music Creatively

Author : Pam Burnard
ISBN : 9781135049966
Genre : Education
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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 topics covered include: Creative teaching, and what it means to teach creatively; Composition, listening and notation; Spontaneous music-making; Group music and performance; The use of multimedia; Integration of music into the wider curriculum; Musical play; Cultural diversity; Assessment and planning. Packed with practical, innovative ideas for teaching music in a lively and creative way, together with the theory and background necessary to develop a comprehensive understanding of creative teaching methods, Teaching Music Creatively is an invaluable resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students in initial teacher training, practising teachers, and undergraduate students of music and education.
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