First, We Sing! Teaching Strategies (Intermediate Grades)

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First, We Sing! Teaching Strategies Rhythmic and Melodic Elements for Intermediate Grades By Susan Brumfield Resource pack194 pages Grades 3-5 First We Sing! Kodály-Inspired Teaching and its companion volumes and materials offer guidance and direction for teachers who are new to the Kodály approach.
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First, We Sing! Teaching Strategies Rhythmic and Melodic Elements for Intermediate Grades By Susan Brumfield Resource pack194 pages Grades 3-5 First We Sing! Kodály-Inspired Teaching and its companion volumes and materials offer guidance and direction for teachers who are new to the Kodály approach. Experienced teachers will find fresh ideas to supplement their materials, along with another perspective on Kodály's philosophy and its implications for teaching today. Finally, the books and teaching materials include a sample Kodály-inspired curriculum guide, which can be adapted for a variety of school settings. Teaching Strategies for elements taught in the intermediate grades (3-5) are printed on 3-hole punched loose-leaf paper so teachers can easily customize the teaching sequence in order to make the most of each lesson. Each teaching strategy contains a list of requisite readiness elements and skills (what the students need to know and be able to do) before learning the new element. It includes a list of activities to prepare for the new element, a scripted, step-by-step procedure for presenting it, and ways to practice using the new element in each skill area.ContentsRhythmic Elements and Meterdotted half notesingle eighth note; internal anacrusis syncopation (eighth note, quarter note, eighth note)eighth note with two sixteenth notes two sixteenth notes with one eighth note dotted quarter followed by an eighth note eighth note followed by a dotted quarter note dotted eighth note with a sixteenth note sixteenth notes followed by a dotted eighth note triplet 3 meter simple vs. compound meter 6/8 meter Melodic Elements and Scales do pentatone low la la pentatone low so high do Absolute Pitch Names (G clef) fa key signature (B flat) ti key signature (F sharp) IndexGrades 3 - 5 Songlist Folk Song Anthologies and Other Resources Art Music for Active Listening Reading Exercises
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