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Teaching music across the curriculum

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Music teachers will explore how they can effectively support other “core subject” skill development, while remaining focused on teaching MUSIC – and achieving the National Music Standards. Teachers …

Music teachers will explore how they can effectively support other “core subject” skill development, while remaining focused on teaching MUSIC – and achieving the National Music Standards. Teachers will identify effective tools which can make their music teaching more efficient, increase interaction between themselves and classroom teachers, and become an indispensible part of their faculty by supporting students’ educational goals.


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  • 1. Our Focus: TEACHING ESSENTIALMUSIC SKILLS
  • 2. MOTIVATION
  • 3. TEAMWORK
  • 4. National Standard#8 –Understandingrelationshipsbetweenmusic, the otherarts, anddisciplinesoutside the arts.”
  • 5. Texas EssentialKnowledge andSkills (TEKS)♪English language arts♪Mathematics♪Science♪social studies
  • 6. $♫Creative ProblemSolving♫Creative Thinking♫FollowingDirections♫Teamwork♫Positive Self-Esteem
  • 7. ♫Lyrics Fluency speak written language fluidly rehearse “sight words” purposefully reread the text increase the reader’s confidence
  • 8. ♫Lyrics Fluency speak written language fluidly rehearse “sight words” purposefully reread the text increase the reader’s confidence
  • 9. ♫Lyrics Fluency Phonemic Awareness Choral Blend: Vowel Sounds
  • 10. ♫Lyrics Fluency Phonemic Awareness Models for Poetry
  • 11. ♫Lyrics♫Schema/Comprehension Web Sites Bulletin Boards Stories and Picture Books
  • 12. Predict ?
  • 13. ♫Lyrics♫Schema♫Vocabulary Repeated Exposure Word Walls Context Skills Software/Games
  • 14. ♫Lyrics♫Schema♫Vocabulary♫Writing/Constructed Responses
  • 15. Q. Why is the saxophone considered a “Woodwind” instrument, even though it is made of brass?A. The saxophone is considered a “Woodwind” instrument because it uses a reed on a mouthpiece to create the sound. Brass instruments create their sound by buzzing lips in a mouthpiece.
  • 16. Fluency=automatic recall“Music is the arithmetic of sounds.”Claude Debussy
  • 17. “ ♫measurable ♫organized ♫numbers/symbols ♫contain patterns
  • 18. ♫Note Values “Music is the arithmetic of sounds.” Claude Debussy
  • 19. ♫Note Values♫Interactive Websites/Software “Music is the arithmetic of sounds.” Claude Debussy
  • 20. http://musictechteacher.com
  • 21. Alfred’s Essentials of Music Theory 3.0
  • 22. ♫Note Values♫Interactive Websites/Software♫Meter Signatures/Fractions Whole Measures Denominator Numerator
  • 23. ♫Note Values♫Interactive Websites/Software♫Meter Signatures/Fractions♫Patterns
  • 24. ♫Note Values♫Interactive Websites/Software♫Meter Signatures/Fractions♫Patterns♫Number Line
  • 25. ♫Musical HistoryNational Music Standard #9:Understanding music inrelation to history andculture.
  • 26. ♫Musical History“True music must repeat thethought and inspiration of thepeople and the time. Mypeople are Americans andmy time is today.”George Gershwin
  • 27. ♫Musical History♫Multicultural
  • 28. Giant Screen Films
  • 29. ♫Musical History♫Multicultural♫Composers
  • 30. ♫George Washington ♫Franz Joseph Haydn(1732-1799) (1732-1809)
  • 31. George Washington Franz Joseph Haydn ♫Born to a ♫Born to a wealthy ♫Powered middle class family his hair family ♫Father of ♫Wore ♫Father of the our Country tights, a Symphony ♫First long ♫Father of the president of coat, and String Quartet the U.S. buckle ♫Short and bald ♫Tall and had shoes (wore a wig) brown hair ♫Born the same year
  • 32. The study ofobservable facts
  • 33. ♫Improvisation
  • 34. Water Cycle Groundwater Groundwater ♫ImprovisationWater Table Precipitation Condensation Evaporation Pentatonic Scale (do, re, mi, so, la)
  • 35. Sound Vibrations♫Pitch♫Timbre♫Volume
  • 36. ♫Improvisation ♫Vibrations
  • 37. ♫Improvisation ♫Vibrations
  • 38. ♫ForeignLanguage Songs♫ItalianTerminology F-o-r-t-i-s-s-i-m-o
  • 39. F-o-r-t-i-s-s-i-m-o
  • 40. http://hpe.leesummit.k12.mo.us/gforeman/crosscurricular.htm
  • 41. Additional Skill Reinforcement ♫Following Directions ♫Self-Assessment ♫Use of Symbols