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### Instructional strategies agents ppt

1. 1. Instructional StrategiesFor Teaching Music and Math <br />
2. 2. Goals<br /><ul><li>Learning is enhanced by using instructional strategies.
3. 3. Instructional strategies should be directly tied to:
4. 4. Curriculum
5. 5. Desired outcomes
6. 6. Assessments</li></li></ul><li>Instructional Strategies<br />Direct Instruction<br />Instructional Skills<br />Simulations<br />(Interactive)<br />Experimental <br />Learning<br />(Constructivism)<br />
7. 7. Direct Instruction<br />Curriculum:<br />Learn types of notes<br />Half –note<br />Quarter-note<br />Whole note<br />Sixteenth note <br />
8. 8. Direct Instruction<br />Desired outcome:<br />Relate note length to adding fractions<br />Example : ¼ note + ¼ note = ½ note<br />
9. 9. Direct Instruction<br />Assessment:<br />Listen to examples of each note length.<br />Student must match note length to appropriate fraction.<br />Use graphic organizers (Venn Diagram) to compare/contrast fractions and music notes.<br />
10. 10. Experimental Learning<br />Curriculum:<br />Discover note duration<br />Discover relationship between fractions and music<br />Names of fractions and notes are same.<br />A lot of student discovery happens here.<br />1/2<br />
11. 11. Experimental Learning<br />Desired Outcome:<br />Students able discover size of fraction is directly related to duration of note.<br />
12. 12. Experimental Learning<br />Assessment:<br />Did student discover take place?<br />Were students able to discover relationship between fractions and music?<br />Did student relate note length to adding fractions?<br />
13. 13. Simulations<br />Curriculum:<br />Students play note length on instrument.<br />Student write own music.<br />
14. 14. Simulations<br />Desired Outcome:<br />Students able to write music.<br />Properly compare note length to adding of fractions<br />
15. 15. Simulations<br />Assessment:<br />Create visuals of each note and fraction by shading boxes.<br />Shade boxes to show adding fractions.<br />Write music.<br />