Sing!

This Sing! unit also includes:

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Whether new to the Kodály Method of music instruction or an experienced veteran, you'll find much to make your heart sing in a teacher guide that was designed for a music appreciation project. 

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Instructional Ideas

  • Make posters of the signs and display after the concepts have been introduced
  • Laminate the flashcard to permit reuse
Classroom Considerations

  • The exercises are based on the Kodály concept of music
  • The 117-page packet includes information about the three steps in the learning process, the solfa system of naming pitches and handsigns, illustrations of gestures that show whether pitches are higher or lower, and songs appropriate for adding rhythmic ostinato
Pros

  • Includes introductory information about Kodály's concept of music education
  • Songs that are suitable for each of the exercises are included
  • Illustrations for the la, so, mi, re, and do handsigns and stick, two line, and stave notations are also included
  • The reference table of songs includes the title, origin, time signature, pitch, set, range, and flashcards for each song
Cons

  • None