The Kodaly Method I

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Kodály Method I Third Edition Comprehensive Music Education By Lois Choksy Book  303 pages Grades preK - 6   The Kodály Method I and The Kodály Method II: Folksong to Masterworks are dedicated to the proposition that Kodaly’s vision is worthy and achievable and to the belief that it is both
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Kodály Method I
Third Edition
Comprehensive Music Education
By Lois Choksy
Book
 303 pages
Grades preK - 6
 
The Kodály Method I and The Kodály Method II: Folksong to Masterworks are dedicated to the proposition that Kodaly’s vision is worthy and achievable and to the belief that it is both possible and imperative to bring the riches of music to all.
 
This third edition of The Kodály Method I has 200 songs which are indexed and analyzed for tone set, meter, rhythm, and form. Most of the songs are pentatonic and small scale songs with numerous songs in diatonic major, minor, and modal scales. The collection contains simple, compound, and asymmetric meters and all the usual rhythm patterns.
 
In this edition the teaching of 6/8 is carried out in stages beginning in kindergarten and first grade and continuing through fourth grade.  Many 6/8 songs are included.  Teaching the eighth note followed by a dotted quarter note has been moved to the grade five level.
 
Lesson planning is treated comprehensively and chapter eight is new to this edition. In this chapter the author describes both long range planning and specific lesson design.
 
Contents:Chapter 1: The Beginnings of the Method in Hungary and Its International Spread.
Chapter 2: The Method: Its Sequence, Tools, Materials and Philosophy. What is the Sequence of the Method?; What is Meant by a "Child-Developmental" Approach as Used in the Kodály Method?; The Tools of the Method; The Materials of the Method; The Kodály Philosophy; Conclusion.
Chapter 3: Kodály for North American Schools: Preschool and Grade One. What is a Feasible Program for Early Childhood Classes in North American Schools?; Conclusion; A Suggested Repertory of Songs for Five-Year-Olds; What is a Feasible Program for Grade One in North American Schools?; Rhythmic Learning for Grade One; Melodic Learning for Grade One; Improvising in the Classroom; Listening to Music; Conclusion; Suggested Song List for Grade One.
Chapter 4: Kodály for North American Schools: Grade Two. Movable - do and Key Signature; What is a Feasible Program for Grade Two in North American Schools?; Melodic Learning for Grade Two; Rhythmic Learning for Grade Two; Improvising and Composing; Listening to Music; Conclusion; Suggested Song List for Grade Two.
Chapter 5: Kodály for North American Schools: Grade Three. New Learnings; How to Teach Absolute Note Names; New Rhythm Learning; New Tonal Learnings; Improvising and Composing; Music Listening; Conclusion; Suggested Song List for Grade Three.
Chapter 6: Kodály for North American Schools: Grade Four. Rhythmic Learning for Grade Four; Melodic Learning for Grade Four; Introducing fa and the Flat; Introducing ti and the Sharp; Minor Mode Scales; Improvising and Composing; Listening to Music; Conclusion; Suggested Song List for Grade Four.
Chapter 7: Kodály for North American Schools: Grades Five and Six. Grade Five; Rhythmic Learning for Grade Five; Melodic Learning for Grade Five; Music Theory for Grade Five; Grade Six; Rhythmic Learning for Grade Six, Melodic Learning for Grade Six; Music Theory for Grade Six; Music Listening in Grades Five and Six; Improvising and Composing in Grades Five and Six; Part Singing in Grades Five and Six; Conclusion; Suggested Song List for Grades Five and Six.
Chapter 8: Planning for Musical Learning in North American Schools. Teaching-Learning Process; Prepare; Make Conscious; Rainforce; Assess; Choosing Songs for Skill and Concept Acquisition; Sequencing for Learning; Hierarchy of Musical Skills and Concepts; Next Steps; Summary; Conclusion.
Chapter 9: The Songs. Songs by Tone Set.
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