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Teaching Music Across History (Bk/Cd)
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Teaching Music Across History (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Classroom Teacher Edition
Composer Luppens/Foreman
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc

Price: $34.99

Catalog #40099

UPC code: 038081448312

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
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An outstanding resource for educators, Teaching Music Across History will help your students understand the ways that music and the arts reflect our culture and how historical events have shaped our civilization and customs. Reproducible student pages are included, making lessons a snap to prepare, keeping students actively engaged, and allowing for easy assessment. The accompanying CD contains listening examples of works by great Classical composers to support and reinforce the lessons. By increasing critical and higher level thinking skills with winning, creative, ready-to-teach methods, Teaching Music Across History will help your students meet item 9 of the National Standards for Music Education (Understanding music in relation to history and culture). This excellent curriculum will encourage your students to incorporate a deeper understanding of history and heritage, and allow you to effortlessly integrate historical information within music instruction. Teaching Music Across History is not only necessary, but FUN!

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