Music a la Cart
Tips and Techniques to Take Your General Music Classroom on the Road
By Susan Ali Ahmad, Alex Burton, Ann M. Crouch, Toni Jove, Myra Lynn McCurry, Myra E. Wheat, and Kristina Paschal Whitley
For grades K - 5
For all those teachers who find themselves without a permanent classroom, moving instruments and books and manipulatives and countless other items from room to room on a cart, this book is for you. Written by seven Atlanta-area a la cart teachers, this book will help you tailor your cart teaching to incorporate the most wonderful aspects of music classroom instruction.
In addition to offering options for cart choices, it presents strategies for everything from streamlining the loading and unloading process to adapting Orff and Kodaly techniques for a cart to incorporating technology into your lesson plans. With reproducible checklists and classroom diagrams and numerous fully-realized lesson plans, Music a la Cart has everything a teacher new to a cart could want and plenty to help inspire the veterans to think outside the cart.
So You're on a Cart...Now What?, Getting Cart Start, Keeping the Instruction Rolling Along-Effective Classroom Management, Do to Go-Transporting Kodaly, Orff and Running, One Size Does Not Fit All, Dancing Around the Desks-Creative Movement in Creative Spaces, Traveling Tech, DIY-Do-It-Yourself Instruments and Props.
Professional Organizations, Retail Resources, Books and CDs, Software and Online Resources.
Kodaly Approach: Same and different; formal structure (K-2)
Kodaly Approach: Compound meter; instrumental music (3-5)
Using the Orff Process: "Sleep, Baby, Sleep" - A Starting Lesson (K-2)
Using the Orff Process: "The Circus Comes to Town" - A Three-Day Lesson Plan (3-5)
Inner hearing, Sequencing (K-2)
Cross-Curricular: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (K-5)
Movement in Triple Meter (K-5)
Tempo: Fast and Slow (K-2)
Tempo: Changing Tempos; dotted rhythms; 6/8 meter (3-5)
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