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    • Annotated Bibliography (Final Project)Research Question:How can the National Standards for Music Education be used both in the music classroom and in other subject areas?Andrews, F. M., & Cockerille, C. E. (1958). Your school music program. Englewoods Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.The information in this book is primarily formed from the viewpoints and problems of actual musiceducators and school administrators. The main topic is school music programs. Written for a broadaudience, the book covers what people should look for in a music program and how to achieve it. Foundin SIUCat by searching with the keywords music education.Blakeslee, M., Brown, L. C., & Hofmann, A. O. (2008). Model music programs: ideas for everyone. Estover Road, Plymouth, UK: MENC.This book provides examples of music programs from all over the US. The communities and schoolsizes are as diverse as the states. The authors use these examples to prove that no matter thecircumstances, every school can provide a model music program for their students. Found in SIUCat bysearching with the keywords music and instruction.Bohannon, L. R., & McDowell, C. (2010). Art, music, and movement connections for elementary education teacher candidates. General Music Today, 24(1), 27-31.This article documents a lesson that attempts to use music to help students in other academic areas. It isactually geared toward non-music teachers and explains how the arts lay down the foundation by gettingthe mind simulated and engaged so that the students will take in more. The purpose of the lesson was toencourage non-music educators to be comfortable using the arts in their classroom. Found in ERIC bysearching with the keywords music education.Byo, S. J. (1999). Classroom teachers’ and music specialists’ perceived ability to implement the national standards for music education. Journal of Research in Music Education, 47(2), 111-123. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/3345717.This article details a study designed to evaluate the use of the national standards for music educations.Different teachers were observed and surveyed in the process. Teachers expressed concern over theeffectiveness of some of the standards, based on the lack of preparedness of the educators. The purposewas to determine if all the standards were being implemented and if not, how to amend those that werebeing left out. Found in JSTOR using the key words music standards. 1
    • Conway, C. (2008). The implementation of the national standards in music education: capturing the spirit of the standards. Music Educators Journal, 94(4), 34-39.This article documents the national standards for music education and lends an explanation for each.They are described in such a way that they are easy to understand and their purpose is stated. The articleprovides educators and self-taught students the implementations they need to make use of the standardsproperly. Found in MasterFILE Premier by searching with the keywords music education.Education World. (2010). National Standards. Retrieved from http://www.educationworld.com/standards/national/arts/music/5_8.shtmlThis website includes a lot of information for educators of all academic areas in one location. There isan area for teachers to share their plans and look through the work of others as well as a section to othersand ask questions. There are plenty of ideas and activities for everyone to use in their classrooms. Foundonline through a Google search using the keywords music education AND music standards.Elliot, R. (1960). Learning music: basic concepts for elementary teachers (2nd Ed.). Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merill Books, Inc.This book presents the basics of music to the reader. It serves as a good example of how to teach theseskills because it presents them at an introductory level. The focus of the book is very general, utilizingpiano and the voice to introduce the ideas. Found in SIUCat by searching with the keywords musiceducation.Howey, B. (2010). Gaining independence: an interview with Jamey Aebersold. Teaching Music, 17(6), 26-29.This article documents an interview with a jazz saxophonist who speaks on teaching improvisation.Improvisation is a playing technique that requires that player to be sure of themselves and capable ofbeing independent. It touches on one of the national standards for music education that are often skippedover or taught improperly. Mr. Aebersold gives some good tips and helpful techniques in this interview.Found in MasterFILE Premier by searching with the keywords music education.Jorgensen, E. (2010). School music education and change. Music Educators Journal, 96(4), 21-27. doi: 10.1177/0027432110369779In this article, the author discusses changes that would be beneficial to music education. The changeswould empower the teachers to do more and take charge in their classrooms. The standards areevaluated but almost seen a negative force in the classroom. Found in Academic Search Premier usingthe keywords music and instruction. 2
    • Kim, J., & Robinson, H. M. (2010). Four steps for becoming familiar with early music standards. Young Children, 65(2), 42-47.This article is aimed toward non-music teachers and its goal is to give them insight into incorporatingmusic into their lessons. The authors broke the article into four steps for the teachers to follow. Theyexplain how important it is for educators of young children to use music in their lessons and to basethose on the national standards. Found in ERIC using the keywords music standards.Levin, G. M., Levin, H. D., & Safer, N. D. (1975). Learning through music. Boston, MA: Teaching Resources Corporation.This book provides the general music classroom with a variety of class activities that cover all of theskills and concepts in music. The activities are hands-on and allow the students to be creative, active andcompletely engaged. These activities are such that the average instructor could easily direct them. Foundin SIUCat by searching with the keywords music education – instruction and studies.McAnally, E. A. (2009). Middle school general music: the best part of your day. Estover Road, Plymouth, UK: MENC.The author wrote this book with the intent to share methods of teaching middle school music. By far themost challenging area of music to specialize in, middle school music educators are faced with thedilemma of not having enough appropriate repertoire and lack of preparation due to colleges’ failing tosubject them to those experiences. She organized her book by the national standards. Found in SIUCatby searching with the keywords music and instruction.McCarthy, C., Hudak, G., Miklaucic, S., & Saukko, P. (1999). Sound identities. NY: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.This book discusses changing the way music is taught in schools. The main argument is that children arebeing molded into the old culture instead of educators updating the material and methods. Mostimportantly, this book debates the issue of pop culture and why it should take more prominence inelementary school classrooms. Found in SIUCat by searching with keywords music education –instruction and studies.MENC. (2010). National Standards for Music Education. Retrieved from http://www.menc.org/resources/view/national-standards-for-music-education.This website is a great asset to music educators. For over a century it has provided materials andinformation to make students in knowing musicians. The website is a major addition to MENC’sjournal, which is received by members. The online version allows non-members to see the articles aswell as let members communicate with other music educators. Found through a Google search usingmusic education AND music standards. 3
    • Mulligan, M. A. (1975). Integrating music with other studies. New York, NY: The Center for Applied Research in Education, Inc.This book focuses solely on the task of incorporating music lessons into other subjects. It provides agreat variety of lesson ideas that can be used at many grade levels and with any of the typical academicstudies. The main purpose of the integration is to encourage interest in music to children while stillfostering their experiences in other subjects. Found in SIUCat by searching with the keywords musiceducation - instruction and studies.Murphey, T. (1990). Song and music in language learning. Bern: Verlag Peter Lang AG.This book discusses the implication of music in English and Language Arts classes. In specific, popsongs are analyzed for their usefulness in helping children learn. No definite conclusions are madethroughout the book but there is plenty to think about and discuss. Found in SIUCat by searching withthe keywords music education.Nye, R. E., & Nye, V. T. (1970). Music in the elementary schools (3rd Ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.This book is geared toward college students training to be music teachers. Its purpose is to provide away to make music a part of the core curriculum in schools. There are plenty of examples and activitiesthat the learner can use for practice and in practical use. Found in SIUCat by searching with thekeywords music education – instruction and studies.Reimer, B. (2000). Performing with understanding: the challenge of the national standards for music education. Reston, VA: MENC.This book documents a series of seminars given over ‘Teaching for Performing with Understanding’ inevery specialization of music. Each of the seminars touches on at least one of the national standards andgives ways in which they can be implemented and used to the educator’s purpose. It is especially usefulbecause it covers every age group. Found in SIUCat by searching with the keywords music education.Swanson, B. R. (1981). Music in the education of children (4th Ed.). Belmont, CA: A Division of Wadsworth, Inc.This book was written to introduce future music educators to the mandatory topics to focus on in musiceducation. It gives ideas for use in lesson plans and explains how to incorporate the national standardsinto the lessons. This material is extremely important because it helps the teacher form a plan and atleast appear prepared to the students. Found in SIUCat by searching with the keywords music education. 4
    • Zander, A. L. (2010). Creating a musical foundation: the value of early childhood music class in the transition to private lessons. American Music Teacher, 60(1), 25-27.This document pinpoints on the fact that learning is not all about standards. It discusses how studentsretain information from the early years that will help them in private lessons that the standards do notcover. The author explains the things that she believes are most important in early education. Found inAcademic Search Premier searching with the keywords music and instruction. 5