Line by Line

Progressive Staff Method Arrangements for Elementary Music Literacy
 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 21. August 2019
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  • 192 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-090986-4 (ISBN)
 
In Line by Line: Progressive Staff Method Arrangements for Elementary Music Literacy, author Stephanie L. Standerfer harnesses years of pedagogical expertise in a practical guide that promotes music learning by experience rather than imitation and memorization. Using well-known songs and instrumental accompaniments, this book contains a new practical method for teaching music literacy. The book's lesson plans first introduce concepts to the ear and body that allow students to internalize the sound and feeling before learning the symbol. Through this method, students learn and understand songs without the teacher modeling them and develop musicianship skills in the process. The arrangements include instrument parts for the typical complement of melodic instruments including glockenspiels, xylophones, and metallophones. Each arrangement includes at least one instrument part for more advanced learners, and one or more parts for students at lower skill levels. Music educators then complete individual lesson plans by teaching instrumental parts, again from notation instead of imitation. In this method, each song is taught over five to seven class periods as short segments of a regular class meeting, leaving time for other musical experiences such as listening lessons or folk dances. Taking every student into consideration, Line by Line also suggests ways to address specific student needs for those who need more time to process or who have specific diagnosed issues.
  • Englisch
  • Oxford
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  • USA
175 music ex. and 5 illus.
  • 22,70 MB
978-0-19-090986-4 (9780190909864)
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Dr. Stephanie L. Standerfer, a Denver native, has taught public school vocal and general music in grades K-12 for nine years in Colorado and Virginia. She holds a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Colorado in Boulder as well as Master of Education and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of Virginia, Curry School of Education specializing in the Social Foundations of Education. Doctoral work included differentiating K-12 curriculum, research in experiential education, and dissertation research on National Board Certification for choral music teachers. Current research areas include K-12 music curriculum development, music teacher identity development, and teaching music literacy. Dr. Standerfer has given presentations for the American Educational Research Association (AERA), the International Society for Music Education (ISME), the International Symposium for Assessment in Music Education, the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) as well as other division and state conferences. Presentation topics have included professional development for music educators, differentiating music curriculum, music teacher standards, and standards-based music curriculum development. She has also published articles in the Bulletin for the Council of Research in Music Education and the Journal for Music Teacher Education, among other published work.
Preface 1 Introduction: What Comes Before Pedagogy Developing Musical Skills Over Time Concept Sequence Additional Ideas Meeting Student Needs 2 Songs: Part I Beat Map in Four "Rain, Rain Go Away" "Hot Cross Buns" Beat Map in Three "Green Gravels" "Ring Around the Rosie" "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" 3. Songs: Part II "Windmill" "Engine #9" "Starlight" "Cobbler, Cobbler Mend My Shoe" "Bell Horses" "Rain, Rain Go Away" "Lucy Locket" "Lucy Locket in Three" "Cats & Dogs" "Little Tommy Tiddlemouse" "Tisket A Tasket" 4. Songs: Part III "Mouse Mousie" "Pease Porridge Hot" "Jack in the Box" "Ring Around the Rosie" "Hot Cross Buns" "Closet Key" "Bow Wow Wow" "Little Miss Muffett" 5. Songs: Part IV "Rain is Coming" "Who's That Tapping at the Window" "Here Comes a Bluebird" "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" "Oats, Peas, Beans, and Barley Grow" "The Train is Off the Tracks" "Miss Mary Mack" "Ring Around the Border" "Tideo" "Old Brass Wagon" "Rocky Mountain" Acknowledements References End Notes

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