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All Together! Teaching Music in Groups

ISBN: 9781860963988, Stock code: AB-60963988 new
An essential resource for instrumental and singing teachers who teach pupils in groups. Discusses various approaches to group work in a sensible, straightforward manner. Deals with issues central to... Read more
  • An essential resource for instrumental and singing teachers
  • Discusses various approaches to group work
  • Deals with issues central to group teaching
  • Includes plenty of practical, creative strategies
  • Publication date: 20/05/2004
  • 160 pages
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All Together! Teaching Music in Groups

An essential resource for instrumental and singing teachers who teach pupils in groups. Discusses various approaches to group work in a sensible, straightforward manner. Deals with issues central to group teaching, including group dynamics, lesson planning, monitoring progress, maintaining motivation and teaching mixed ability classes. Examines links between instrumental lessons and the school curriculum and provides advice about liaison with schools and other administrative bodies. Includes plenty of practical, creative strategies that will help all pupils fulfil their potential.

• an essential resource for instrumental and singing teachers who teach pupils in groups
• discussed various approaches to group work in a sensible, straightforward manner
• deals with issues central to group teaching, including group dynamics, lesson planning, monitoring progress, maintaining motivation and teaching mixed ability classes
• examines links between instrumental lessons and the school curriculum and provides advice about liaison with schools and other administrative bodies
• includes plenty of practical, creative strategies that will help all pupils fulfil their potential
• both stimulating and reassuring, All Together! celebrates the value of group teaching in today’s music curriculum 



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Contents Contents
The dynamics of group teachingBrian Ley
The art of teaching in groupsBrian Ley
Developing technical skillsBrian Ley
Developing musical skillsBrian Ley
Developing ensemble skillsBrian Ley
Encouraging progressBrian Ley
Using music technologyBrian Ley
Improvising and composing for groupsJoanna Glover
The psychology of group teaching and learning
PracticeCarole Jenner-Timms
Lesson planning for groupsLeo Turner
Assessment for groupsLeo Turner
Feedback and reporting for group teachersLeo Turner
Business aspects of group teachingRichard Crozier
Links with schoolsRichard Crozier
Music Medals: an assessment syllabus for groupsNigel Scaife
IntroductionChristopher Hogwood / Jane Glover / Roger Norrington / William Baines / Richard Crozier / Trevor Herbert / Paul Harris / Clara Taylor
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