Language Arts, Math, and Science in the Elementary Music Classroom

A Practical Tool
 
 
Oxford University Press
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  • erschienen am 2. August 2017
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  • 400 Seiten
 
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Language Arts, Math, and Science in the Elementary Music Classroom provides a practical guide to help music teachers incorporate elementary classroom subjects into their curriculum using STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)-inspired strategies, with added emphasis on social studies. It includes a complete elementary music curriculum for kindergarten, first, and second grades, and has cross-referencing charts for regular elementary classroom teachers to find music activities for their classroom. Importantly, it shows teachers how to include the artistic processes of creating, performing, responding, and connecting in their lessons. These processes make up the new music standards featured in NAfME's new Core Arts Music Standards. In order to maximize comprehension, the book includes assessment tests, sheet music, work sheet templates, and brainstorming activities centered on using technology to enhance composition projects. Lesson plans are organized by the calendar year, each inspired by the seasons, American culture, and world culture. These lessons may be used as is or used to generate new curricula altogether.
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978-0-19-066189-2 (9780190661892)
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Kim Milai has worked as an elementary music teacher in public and private schools for the past twenty-five years. As well as being a NYC rock drummer in bands that opened for groups like the B52's, Cindy Lauper and Living Colour, she produced and performed in her own children's music CD, Dinobone, Dinobone, Have You Heard?. She has Kodály training along with certification in Suzuki flute 1A and 1B. Kim earned a Masters in Music Education at the Eastman School of Music and currently lives with her husband and two children at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
Dedication Acknowledgements Part One: Introduction The Elementary Class: Transitioning to the Future Using the National Core Arts Music Standards as a Tool Subject Integration What is STEM and NGSS? A Word About STEAM What This Practical Guide Includes Rationale: How is the Music Class Evolving? My Philosophy of Music Education: The Body/Brain Connection Teaching Examples Pedagogy Why should we be open to adding other subjects within the music lesson? To Discuss or Complete Part Two: Lesson Plans Lesson Overview How to Get Started: The Process in Metaphor Leaving the Metaphor National Core Arts Music Standards Tips on Creating Questions Lesson Building Blocks Include Popular Music Composition and Improvisation: Where Do They Fit Into the New Standards? Integrating Basic Subjects with the Music Curriculum The Class To Discuss or Complete Keys Kindergarten September 1-4 October 5-8 November 9-12 December 13-16 January 17-20 February 21-24 March 25-28 April 29-32 May 33-36 Kindergarten Resources KINDERGARTEN GROUP MUSIC ASSESSMENT TEST KINDERGARTEN CONCEPT CODE MATRIX Kindergarten Song List First Grade September 1-4 October 5-8 November 9-12 December 13-16 January 17-20 February 21-24 March 25-28 April 29-32 May 33-36 FIRST GRADE GROUP MUSIC ASSESSMENT TEST FIRST GRADE CONCEPT CODE MATRIX First Grade Song List Second Grade September 1-4 October 5-8 November 9-12 December 13-16 January 17-20 February 21-24 March 25-28 April 29-32 May 33-36 SECOND GRADE GROUP MUSIC ASSESSMENT TEST SECOND GRADE CONCEPT CODE MATRIX Second Grade Song List Acoustics: Definitions Acoustics: Decibels Composer Unit Turn the Glasses Over Part Three: Songs Song List Part Four: Coded Concepts Overview Music Math Language Arts Science Social Studies Part Five: Appendix American and World Culture Month to Month Assembly and Concert Suggestions Bibliography Classical and Folk Listening Lists Copyright Information Lesson Template Group Exploration: Descriptive Music Words National Recess Week Online Support Music Notation Printouts Storybooks and Picture Books Indexes

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