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Teaching Music Across The Curriculum
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Teaching Music Across The Curriculum

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Text
Composer Luppens/Foreman
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc

Price: $26.99

Catalog #37478

UPC code: 038081420578

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This innovative music teaching tool supports students' learning needs while increasing critical and higher level thinking skills in students' developing brains. By using the authors' inventive teaching techniques, music educators can create musical meaning while simultaneously reinforcing and supporting other curricula, such as Communication, Art, Math, History, Social Studies, and Science. This curriculum offers creative, fun, and ready-to-teach lesson plans that will build and increase students' musical skills. Throughout the book, students are provided with opportunities to create, analyze and perform music in enjoyable and challenging ways. Reproducible student pages are included, making lessons a snap to prepare, keeping students actively engaged, and allowing for easy assessment. Teaching Music Across the Curriculum uses a winning combination of creative teaching strategies that connect students to materials, concepts, vocabulary, and ideas they re studying in their classrooms, while reinforcing the musical information they need to retain.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS  
MAESTRO MELODY'S MYSTERIOUS NOTES  
MUSICAL MATH MYSTERY BOX  
RHYTHMIC REQUIREMENTS  
SASSY SUDOKU  
SCIENCE IMPROVISATIONS  
SHOEBOX GUITAR  
SYMPHONY BOARD REPORT  
TELL ME WHY  
THE RAINBOW RACE  
TWO PLUS TWO  
ADD IT UP  
AMAZING ACRONYMS  
ANOTHER WORD  
BRAHMS' STORY STARTER  
CLASSICAL CLASSIFICATION  
CONSTRUCTION ZONE  
EFFECTIVELYUSING PICTURE BOOKS  
GET READY! GET SET! GO!  
GIOACCHINO ROSSINI  
JAZZY JOURNALING  
MAELZEL'S MARVELOUS METRONOME  
MUSICAL SPELLING BEE  
SIMILES  
1732: BIRTH OF TWO FATHERS""  
COMMUNICATION ARTS  
HISTORY  
MATH  
SCIENCE  
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