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Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
Subject presentation sept2011 online version
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  • 1. The subject The teacher The students Music Academic year 2011-2012
  • 2. The subject The teacher The students Welcome to the subject of Music 2011-2012. This presentation will let you understand what is the subject about and how you will work in lessons. You will know some interesting things about your teacher, his commitment to school work and your obligations as students. You can ask for more information about the subject by raising your hand once the presentation is finished. Your teacher will answer your questions as clear as possible.
  • 3. The subject The teacher The students
  • 4. What is Music in Secondary Education? Attitude, participation and learning are required Performing: you will sing, dance and play musical instruments You will learn some imput Your school performance will be assessed through written and oral activities You may succeed in the subject if you work on a daily basis Music is closely related to other subjects: foreing and mother languages, history and maths The subject
  • 5. What IS NOT Music in Secondary Education? An extra school break The music I like It is not a subject you can pass without daily work, so: work in lessons everyday Music is not pretending you sing or play an instrument in class It is not a subject that does not count for your marks: if you fail, you might not promote to next grade You will not pass the subject having only one good mark in a final examination The subject
  • 6. How you will work in lessons You will follow instructions for activities on whiteboard or smartboard You will sing songs and play tunes instruments You will read music You will fill answering sheets about some contents Your knowledge about contents will be examined You will make oral presentations of your work You will record some music Cooperative learning activities Extra-school activities You will listen to some music and watch some movies or videos The subject
  • 7. Contents The subject
  • 8. Contents The subject
  • 9. Contents The subject
  • 10. Contents The subject
  • 11. The subject The teacher The students
  • 12. The teacher Alberto Salinas University degrees Degree in Information Science Masters Degree in International Education Music diplomas Piano teacher Professor of music reading, theory of music, accompaniment and transposition Other knowledge Foreing languages: English (C2 CEFR ), Italian (intermediate), French (basic) [email_address]
  • 13. Proffesional experiencel Teacher of Music in ESO. 1998-present Teacher of Music in Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Clásica. 1999-2000 Pianist of the Compañía Nacional de Danza. 2001-2002 Accompaniment pianist for singers. 1996-present Information manager. 1995-2004 The teacher [email_address]
  • 14. Other courses Choir conductor, Universidad Carlos III 2011 Lyric singing, Universidad Carlos III 2007 Improvisation and pedagogy, Instituto de Educación Musical E. Molina 1998-2003 Lied, Paper de Musica, 2001 Piano accompaniment, Conservatorio Profesional de Música Tenor Cortis, 2000 Music performance for singers and pianists, Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, 1999 Analisys of Suite Iberia, Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, 1999 Piano accompaniment for singers, Renata Scotto Opera Academy, 1997 The Kodaly Method, Dunakanyar University, 1996 Escuela Oficial de Idiomas: Diploma superior en Inglés, 1996 Proficiency Certificate in EFL, 1996 The teacher [email_address]
  • 15. The subject The teacher The students
  • 16. Respect to your school mates' performances The students A good learning environment and a tidy classroom Learning You have the right that the teacher demands you work and asseses your results Make profit of your learning skills and the school facilities Your rights
  • 17. Respect your school mates' performances The students Keep the classroom tidy Respect speaking turns Respectful behaviour Your obbligations
  • 18. Respect to your school mates' performances The students Commitments Keept your class tidy Respect speaking turns Be prompt (What is expected from the students) Do your own work Show mature behaviour according to your age Make profit of your learning skills and the school facilities Proper use of work materials
  • 19. All the people appearing in the pictures included in this presentation are now 18 or older Design, pictures and text: All rights reserved © Alberto Salinas

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