What to Teach When: Grades 4-5

Heritage Music Press

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What to Teach When is a thoughtful and engaging music curriculum by Don Dupont and Brian Hiller. Following an elemental approach, the curriculum for What to Teach When 4 - 5A targets developmentally appropriate skills that every fourth and fifth -grade student should master in the areas of melody,
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What to Teach When is a thoughtful and engaging music curriculum by Don Dupont and Brian Hiller. Following an elemental approach, the curriculum for What to Teach When 4 - 5A targets developmentally appropriate skills that every fourth and fifth -grade student should master in the areas of melody, rhythm, form, timbre, and texture.
The lessons and repertoire have been carefully selected and sequenced so that concepts are spiraled and built upon with each new piece. Samples of fully processed lesson plans and assessments are included at the end of each grade-level section. Brian and Don have also provided all of their visual aids used in teaching these pieces. The visual aids are available in full color on the included CD-ROM and may be projected or printed. You will need a PDF reader, such as Adobe Reader to access the digital files.
This resource builds on the concepts introduced in the kindergarten through first-grade volume of the What to Teach When curriculum (# 843759) and the second-grade through third-grade volume (#844817)

Contents:
Fourth Grade
My Name Is; Coca-Cola; Mississippi Mud Pie; Old Brass Wagon; Ging Gong Gooli; Pass It to You; Skin and Bones; Tom Tom the Piper's Son; Little Swallow; Osti Spumanti; Snail; Jelly Belly; Short'nin' Bread; Ducec; Rocky Mountain; This Train; Thunder; Suzume No Gakko (The Sparrow's Singing School); I Want to Rise; El Pavito; Good News; Name That Tune; John Kanakanaka; Fais Dodo; Frere Jacques; Al Citron; Question Question; Follow Follow; Laughing Laughing; Let's Compose!; Donkeys and Carrots; Old Jim John; Earth Moves; Perry Merry Dictum Dominee. Sample Lesson Plan: Fudge; Fudge

Fifth Grade
Jambo Jambo!; Percussion Concussion II; Here Comes the Rain; Merrily We Roll Along; Old Dan Tucker; One More River; Chop Chop!; A Flea and a Fly; Old Roger Is Dead; Ev'ry Baby Llama; J'Entends le Moulin; I Hear the Train a-Comin'; Ezekiel Saw the Wheel; Great Big House in New Orleans; Lost My Gold Ring; Canten Cantores; Good King Wenceslas; Noel Nouvelet; Alley Alley-Oh; State Chant; Bwana Awabariki; Sandy Land; Ananse; Solas Market; America America!; Cobbler Cobbler; Ah Poor Bird; The North Wind and the Sun; Coca-Cola Went to Town; Little Tommy Tinker; Blow Ye Winds; The Monday Mornin' Blues; Tue Tue; This Train Is Bound for Glory / When the Saints Go Marching In (Partner Songs); Let's Compose! Sample Lesson Plan: Viva la Musica! Fourth-Grade Scope and Sequence; Fifth-Grade Scope and Sequence; Instrument Glossary; Curwen/Glover hand Signs
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