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MUED Elementary

for Susan Ramsay's class at MTSU

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Why are movement songs and games helpful/productive for developing singers? (Bridges) They allow children the opportunity to sing purposefully and joyfully together as they increase their confidence
Should you teach the game movement first? (Bridges) Both works (either/or)
Action songs (Bridges) My Poor Hand is Shaking, She Sailed Away, A Ram Sam Sam
Winding Songs (Bridges) Snail, Snail, Wind the Ball, Alley Alley-O
Circle Games (Bridges) Bow Wow Wow, Ickle Ockle, Charlie Over the Ocean, Circle Round the Zero, In and Out Those Dusty Bluebells, Lucy Lockett
Folk Dancing Games (Bridges) As I Looked Into Your Eyes, Down the River
Passing Games (Bridges) Apple Tree, Obwasimisa, Navajo Happy Song
Partner Clapping Games (Bridges) Long-Legged Sailor, Miss Mary Mack, Alabama, Mississippi
Six Types of Movement Games (Bridges) Action Songs, Winding Games, Circle Games, Folk Dancing Games, Passing Games, Partner Clapping Games
Suzuki method: Begin ______ early
Suzuki method: Delay reading until ______ skills and techniques have developed
Suzuki method: Use excellent _______ music literature
Suzuki method: Balance private lessons with _________ group lessons
Suzuki method: Repeat, review, and ________ reinforce
What kinds of instruments can children play under 2 years old? Rattles, jingle bells
What kinds of instruments can children 3-4 play? Claves, sandblock, gong, COWBELL, sticks, woodblock, tambourine, guiro, maracas
What kinds of instruments can children 5-6 play? Keyboard, triangle, cymbals, timpani, bongo drums, finger cymbals
What kinds of instruments can children 7-8 play? Slit log drums, temple blocks, conga drums, goblet drum, tonebells, recorder, xylophone, autoharp, agogobells
What kinds of instruments can children 10-12 play? Guitar, Orchestral wind/brass
What are the 4 most common types of body percussion? Clap, snap, pat, stamp
Examples of wooden nonpitched percussion Maracas, sandblocks, slit logdrum, guiro, rhythm sticks, woodblock, templeblocks
What wind instrument is commonly taught taught in elementary music programs? Recorder
What are some harmony instruments that can be played by children in the elementary grades in music classes? Guitar, autoharp
What is the difference between Xylophones and Metallophones? Xylophones have wooden bars while Metallophones have metal bars.
What does music curriculum have in common with dance? Movement of pitches, movement of beat
What does music curriculum have in common with visual arts? Prints to go with songs, puppets to help with dynamics
What does music curriculum have in common with Literature and poetry? Books on song, describing words of music, poetry to music, tell a story on music
What does music curriculum have in common with creative drama and theatre? sing songs that describe people, stories on operas
How can one concept be experienced through a thematic web? Arts - rain sounds, colors, stories Science - water cycle Math - rain gauge Language arts - poems on rain Social studies - map on weather patterns
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