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📒Strategies For Teaching Strings ✍ Donald L. Hamann
✏Strategies for Teaching Strings Book Summary : Strategies for Teaching Strings: Building a Successful String and Orchestra Program, Second Edition, is an essential guide for prospective, novice, and experienced string teachers alike. Now featuring an integrated DVD, this comprehensive text provides all the information necessary to develop and manage a successful school-based program. Based on the national standards for teaching strings and orchestra, the text covers performance objectives, strategies for teaching technical and performance skills, and solutions to common playing problems for elementary, middle, and high school skill levels. It also offers rehearsal strategies to develop large-group ensemble techniques, practical approaches to teaching improvisation, and advice on how to increase student recruitment and retention. What's new in the third edition? * An expanded section on string instrument parts and equipment * More solutions for common playing issues * Bonus strategies for teaching shifting and vibrato at all levels of instruction * Updated information on national standards * A new section devoted to non-string players teaching strings * Additional suggested further resources, both print and online * Links to best-selling full and string orchestra works from J. W. Pepper, for students at all levels
📒Playing The String Game ✍ Phyllis Young
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📒Teaching Strings In Today S Classroom ✍ Rebecca B. MacLeod
✏Teaching Strings in Today s Classroom Book Summary : Teaching Strings in Today’s Classroom: A Guide for Group Instruction assists music education students, in-service teachers, and performers to realize their goals of becoming effective string educators. It introduces readers to the school orchestra environment, presents the foundational concepts needed to teach strings, and provides opportunities for the reader to apply this information. The author describes how becoming an effective string teacher requires three things of equal importance: content knowledge, performance skills, and opportunities to apply the content knowledge and performance skills in a teaching situation. In two parts, the text addresses the unique context that is teaching strings, a practice with its own objectives and related teaching strategies. Part I (Foundations of Teaching and Learning String Instruments) first presents an overview of the string teaching environment, encouraging the reader to consider how context impacts teaching, followed by practical discussions of instrument sizing and position, chapters on the development of each hand, and instruction for best practices concerning tone production, articulation, and bowing guidelines. Part II (Understanding Fingerings) provides clear guidance for understanding basic finger patterns, positions, and the creation of logical fingerings. String fingerings are abstract and thus difficult to negotiate without years of playing experience—these chapters (and their corresponding interactive online tutorials) distill the content knowledge required to understand string fingerings in a way that non-string players can understand and use. Teaching Strings in Today’s Classroom contains pedagogical information, performance activities, and an online virtual teaching environment with twelve interactive tutorials, three for each of the four string instruments.
📒Strategies For Teaching Strings And Orchestra ✍ Dorothy A. Straub
✏Strategies for Teaching Strings and Orchestra Book Summary :
📒Teaching Of Instrumental Music ✍ Professor Emeritus of Music Education at University of Illinois and Adjunct Professor of Music Education Richard Colwell
✏Author : Professor Emeritus of Music Education at University of Illinois and Adjunct Professor of Music Education Richard Colwell
✏Publisher : Routledge
✏Release Date : 2015-08-20
✏Pages : 456
✏ISBN : 9781317350842
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Teaching of Instrumental Music Book Summary : This book introduces music education majors to basic instrumental pedagogy for the instruments and ensembles most commonly found in the elementary and secondary curricula. This text focuses on the core competencies required for teacher certification in instrumental music. The first section of the book focuses on essential issues for a successful instrumental program: objectives, assessment and evaluation, motivation, administrative tasks, and recruiting and scheduling (including block scheduling). The second section devotes a chapter to each wind instrument plus percussion and strings, and includes troubleshooting checklists for each instrument. The third section focuses on rehearsal techniques from the first day through high school.
📒Engaging Musical Practices ✍ Suzanne L. Burton
✏Engaging Musical Practices Book Summary : Engaging Musical Practices: A Sourcebook for Instrumental Music is a long awaited compilation of best practices for instrumental music education. This unique book contains practical and pedagogically oriented chapters written by leaders in the field of instrumental music education. Designed for instrumental music teachers or for use in instrumental methods courses, the book covers a wide range of topics, such as: student readiness for instrumental music beginning an instrumental music program teaching instrumental music at the intermediate and advanced levels working with strings and orchestras motivating students incorporating improvisation into the curriculum selecting repertoire based on curricular goals engaging students in assessment marching band pedagogy and techniques integrating technology considering “traditional” instrumental music practice becoming an instrumental music teacher communicating effectively with stakeholders Contributions by James Ancona and Heidi Sarver, Kimberly Ackney and Colleen Conway, Christopher Azzara, William Bauer and Rick Dammers, Brian Bersh, Suzanne Burton & Rick Townsend, Patricia Campbell and Lee Higgins, Robert Gardner, Richard Grunow, Mike Hewitt and Bret Smith, Dan Isbell, Nate Kruse, Chad Nicholson, Alden Snell, and David Stringham.
✏The Oxford Handbook of Preservice Music Teacher Education in the United States Book Summary : The Oxford Handbook of Preservice Music Teacher Education in the United States identifies the critical need for change in Pre-K-12 music education. Collectively, the handbook's 56 contributors argue that music education benefits all students only if educators actively work to broaden diversity in the profession and consistently include diverse learning strategies, experiences, and perspectives in the classroom. In this handbook, contributors encourage music teachers, researchers, policy makers, and music teacher educators to take up that challenge. Throughout the handbook, contributors provide a look at ways music teacher educators prepare teachers to enter the music education profession and offer suggestions for ways in which new teachers can advocate for and adapt to changes in contemporary school settings. Building upon students' available resources, contributors use research-based approaches to identify the ways in which educational methods and practices must transform in order to successfully challenge existing music education boundaries.
📒On Staff ✍ Donald L. Hamann
✏On Staff Book Summary : Packed with essential information to assist you in obtaining a university music position and developing a successful career, this book is an essential read for all aspiring to or already in a higher education music post.
📒Becoming A Music Teacher ✍ Donald L. Hamann
✏Becoming a Music Teacher Book Summary : New music teachers often struggle to find a way to connect the content learned in college classes with the content that will be taught in the classroom, since the nature of their work demands a high level of both musical and educational ability, while also the skills to switch from tuning an orchestra to leading a marching band or practicing voice parts with a chorus. Becoming a Music Teacher: Student to Practitioner focuses on making the connections between the college music classroom and public school music classroom transparent, visible, and relevant. Award-winning music educators Donald L. Hamann and Shelly Cooper have created a versatile text for music teacher education, and one that will provide a significant resource for music education students across the US. Based around an innovative organization and approach, Becoming a Music Teacher is made up of 40 short modules that focus on increasing a teacher's comfort and confidence level when instructing or leading groups. Each module is broken down into four individual components that demonstrate real life transfers from classes to classroom through the components of Personal Awareness, Personal Musicianship, Pre-Conducting, and Professional Knowledge. The Personal Awareness component gives a lesson on good teaching skills by focusing on body awareness, body language, and communication styles rather than abstract theories of education. Personal Musicianship provides a guided learning approach to teaching sight-singing and opportunities to create both vocal and instrumental accompaniments with the songs that are included in the modules. Pre-conducting discusses ways in which certain gestures or concepts could be used in rehearsing a school ensemble through the development of hand/arm independence, posture, and gestures. Professional knowledge links the module to the real world and places it in the context of the workplace, offering advice on how to work with other teachers and administrators, and includes characteristics of successful teachers, the role of schools in contemporary society, and diverse learners. When taken together, these components help the student develop a genuinely rounded skill set for the classroom. The lessons are activity-based and interactive, allowing readers to experiment, communicate, and provide feedback. The modules are also flexible and have been designed to be easily integrated into a music education classroom and applied to specific age groups, includingadult learners, a demographic many music education students encounter but one rarely discussed in music education classrooms. Each module stands alone, allowing instructors to customize their lesson plans by selecting or highlighting the modules most relevant to their class. This text also includes exercises that promote reflection on professionalism, collegiality, and legal factors that affect both students and teachers, not found in most education texts.
📒Guide To Teaching Strings ✍ Norman Lamb
✏Guide to teaching strings Book Summary : The Guide to Teaching Strings is a comprehensive text designed to provide the instrumental music teacher with an introduction to the history, repertoire, and performance practice of each of the strings. For each of the strings, The Guide provides a brief history of the instrument, bow, case, and accessories. It furnishes criteria for the selection of instruments and techniques for performance, with teaching procedures for each of the four instrument groups from the initial training of the beginner through the performance practice of the accomplished student. In sum, The Guide is a strings methods text that will serve teachers and performers throughout their careers.