Sound Thinking - Volume I (Developing Musical Literacy)

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Sound Thinking: Developing Musical Literacy Vol. 1 By Philip Tacka and Micheal Houlahan Book 225 pages Music education text which centers its philosophy around the Kodaly concept. Provides a sequenced curriculum, beginning with Kindergarten and extending through advanced ear training and
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Sound Thinking: Developing Musical Literacy Vol. 1 By Philip Tacka and Micheal Houlahan Book 225 pages
Music education text which centers its philosophy around the Kodaly concept. Provides a sequenced curriculum, beginning with Kindergarten and extending through advanced ear training and sight-singing exercises. Includes curriculum planning and ideas for teaching songs; covers both diatonic and modal music; includes suggestions for teaching listening and 20th century music through improvisation. Ideal for use in a classroom setting or as a college text.
 
ContentsIntroduction
Part I Setting Up a Kodály – Based Program
The Kodaly Concept

The Kodaly Concept in the United States
Questions Most Often Asked about the Kodaly Concept

Sequencing and Lesson Planning

Phase I Preparation
Phase II Presentation
Phase III Practice and Evaluation
Integrating Skill Development in the Lesson Plans
Planning the Yearly Curriculum
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Goals K – 6

 
Part II Early Experiences
Early Childhood and Kindergarten

General Principles of Music Education for Kindergarten
Lesson Planning for Kindergarten
Suggested Activities for Developing Kindergarten Skills

Teaching the Beginning Rhythmic Elements

Teaching Rhythm
Teaching Ta
Teaching Ti-Ti
Teaching the Rest – Z
Improvisation with Rhythmic Form
Meter 2/4
Repeat Signs

Teaching the Beginning Melodic Elements

Teaching So – Mi
Teaching La
Part Work
Canons

 
Part III Introducing the Pentatonic Scale
Expanding the Melodic and Rhythmic Repertoire

Teaching Do
Teaching the Half Note
Teaching the Dotted Half Note and Whole Note
Four-beat Meter

The Pentatonic Scale

Teaching Re
Form
Sight-Reading
Absolute Letter Names
Teaching Sixteenth Notes
Introducing Two Sixteenth Notes with an Eighth Note
Teaching Tim-Ri

Extending the Pentatonic Scale

Teaching Low La (L,)
Teaching Low So (S,)

 
Index of Songs and Chants
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