Winding it back : teaching to individual differences in music classroom and ensemble settings / Alice M. Hammel, Roberta Y. Hickox, and Ryan M. Hourigan
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Winding It Back: A Framework for Inclusive Music Education / Ryan M. Hourigan -- Winding It Back: A Framework for Pedagogy -- Winding It Back: The Pedagogy in Practice -- How Winding It Back Supports Label-Free Classrooms and Ensembles -- Reflective Teaching and Learning: The Final Step of Winding It Back -- Choices Made to Create This Resource -- Conclusion -- 2.Early Childhood Music: Setting the Tone for Inclusive Music Learning / Herbert D. Marshall -- Principles of Music and Movement Instruction for Young Children -- Strategic Frameworks -- Observation, Assessment, and Communication -- Conclusion -- 3.Sequential and Flexible Instruction in the Primary Grades / Joy Anderson -- Singing -- Movement and Music -- Playing Instruments -- Aural and Musical Literacy Skills -- Rhythm -- Universal Principles -- Melody -- Classroom Culture and Useful Failure -- Conclusion -- 4.Using Movement to Foster Creativity and Deepen Musical Understanding / Roberta Y. Hickox -- Creativity -- Building a Vocabulary/Repertoire -- Providing Opportunities to Make Choices -- Establishing a Safe Environment -- Secondary Activity Examples -- Resources -- 5.Melodic Sequences: Accessing Tonal Content at Multiple Learning Levels / Taylor Walkup -- The Kodaly Method -- Music Learning Theory -- Ideology -- Winding It Back -- Exploration -- Tracking Vocal Development -- Music Reading -- Audiation Activities -- Partwork and Melodic Games -- 6.Accessing Rhythmic Sequences at Multiple Learning Levels for All Students / Roberta Y. Hickox -- Preparation for Learning Sequence Activities -- Presentation of Rhythm Notation -- Reading of Rhythm Notation -- Writing with Rhythm Notation -- Assessment -- Practice Activities for Rhythm Concepts -- Audiation Activities for Students at Different Learning Levels -- Partwork and Rhythm Practice Activities -- Conclusion -- 7.Vocal Creativity: Exploration, Improvisation, and Composition / Jill Reese -- Exploration -- Vocal Improvisation -- Vocal Composition -- Celebrating the Processes and Products of Vocal Creativity -- Conclusion -- 8.Sequential Instruction for Older Beginners in Vocal and General Music / Evan Bruno -- Music Making in the General Music Classroom -- Movement -- Playing Recorder -- Aural and Musical Literacy Skills and Music Theory in the General Music Classroom -- Sequential Instruction in the Choral Classroom -- Conclusion -- 9.Combining Pitches into Scale Types: Extending Tonal Knowledge / Alice M. Hammel -- Scales -- Extending Melodic Understanding Through the Study of Intervals -- Partwork: Vertical Stacking of Melody and Rhythm as an Extension of Tonal Studies -- Conclusion -- 10.Moving, Chanting, and Singing for All Students in Instrumental Music / David A. Stringham -- Establishing Foundations of Rhythm Through Movement -- Establishing Foundations of Tonality Through Singing in Instrumental Music -- Moving, Chanting, and Singing to Develop Musicianship in Instrumental Music -- Visual Presentation -- Tonal and Melodic Pattern Presentation -- Rhythm Cards -- Chanting and Singing to Enhance Executive Skills in Instrumental Music Articulations -- Applying Singing and Chanting to Performance -- Improvising Melodies and Accompaniments -- Applying Harmonic Strategies to Ensemble Music -- More Ideas for Winding It Forward -- Conclusion.
- 'Winding it Back' provides multiple access points and adequate learning conditions while honouring the individual needs of all students in music classrooms.
- 9780190201654 (ebook)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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