It includes in-depth examples of assessment practices in music classrooms, stories "from the trenches, " and more extensive use of endnotes and citations. Ideal for introductory music education, philosophy and psychology of music education, and music education methods courses, Teaching for Musical Understanding explains current research-based theories of how students learn in order to show prospective and practicing music teachers how to teach effectively.
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In addition, a dramatic approach to Reading Comprehension includes a comprehensive treatment of assessment in both drama and reading comprehension. A dramatic approach to Reading Comprehension is designed for teachers with little to no experience in drama. Integration occurs when separate parts or elements are combined into a unified whole.
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It contains information, steps, charts, advice, directions, tips, lists, photos, and ideas for use with students in grades one through eight. Drama and reading comprehension share a multitude of authentic connections, including meaning making and interpretation. A dramatic approach to reading Comprehension focuses on classroom arts integration- equally incorporating skills in drama and reading comprehension into all lessons.
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Gordon's five most well-known books are the psychology of music teaching, Introduction to Research and the Psychology of Music, Rhythm: Contrasting the Implications of Audiation and Notation, Learning Sequences in Music, and A Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children. At the university of iowa, he became general editor of Studies in the Psychology of Music, and the school has honored him with their Distinguished Alumni Award.
Seashore chair for research in music Education at Temple University, where he was presented with both the Lindback and Great Teacher Awards. As a professor of music, he held the Carl E. He has also been named a Herb Alpert Visiting Scholar at the Berklee School of Music. Gordon also taught at the University of Iowa and the State University of New York at Buffalo.
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Recognizing that the term "urban" can encompass a wide variety of different school and community settings, this book challenges all teachers who work in under-served and under-resourced settings to take a critical look at their own music classroom and work to tailor their pedagogy to meet the particular needs of their students.
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S. Readers will develop a deeper, more profound knowledge of writing and will find the book eminently practical as well. Discover the pleasure of reading and teaching from What a Writer Needs. This book is a seminal achievement certain to be read and re-read by generations of music educators to come. In what a writer needs, compelling voice, tension, ralph presents a crash course on the elements of writing, engaging leads and endings, believable characters, with chapters on how to create vivid details, a sense of place, just to name a few.
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