About This Chapter
Music Teaching Strategies - Chapter Summary
Top instructors have created entertaining lessons you can access 24/7 to study a variety of music teaching strategies. Closely examine music teaching strategies used at different grade levels and presented to students with different educational backgrounds. Upon completion of this chapter, you will be ready to:
- Describe music teaching strategies for elementary students
- Discuss strategies for teaching music to middle school students
- Explain how educators teach music to high school students
- Detail strategies for teaching music to students in special education classes
- Provide strategies for differentiating music instruction
- Share ways educators can manage music classes
Tailor your review of this chapter to your unique schedule and study needs. Access any number of lessons, review them in your sequence of choice, and visit them as often as you'd like. Before, during or after examining the lessons, feel free to test your knowledge of their contents by taking short quizzes and a practice exam. Any questions you have about topics covered in the lessons can be submitted to our experts.
1. Strategies for Teaching Music to Elementary Students
Teaching music to elementary school students can be exciting, but also filled with challenges! This lesson offers you some strategies that will help you succeed as an elementary school music teacher.
2. Strategies for Teaching Music to Middle School Students
Middle school can be an incredibly rewarding time to teach, but it also comes with its challenges. This lesson offers some strategies to help you succeed in teaching music to your middle school learners.
3. Strategies for Teaching Music to High School Students
In this lesson, we discuss strategies for teaching music education in a high school setting, including both curriculum development strategies and instruction strategies.
4. Strategies for Teaching Music to Special Education Students
Music is a subject area where with the right supports, all students can shine. This lesson gives you some ideas for teaching music to special education students.
5. Strategies for Differentiating Music Instruction
Music participation can be an exciting time in students' lives, including assemblies and bands playing at football games. However, each pupil's talent levels are unique, so quality teaching involves differentiating instruction to ensure that each individual's talents are addressed.
6. Strategies for Managing Music Classes
What are some best practices for managing a music classroom? Learn about establishing classroom rules, teaching & rehearsing, and how to organize the classroom environment.
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Other chapters within the TExES Music EC-12 (177): Practice & Study Guide course
- About the TExES Music EC-12 Exam
- Elements of Music Notation
- Elements of Pitch
- Elements of Melody
- Elements of Tone
- Elements of Harmony in Music
- Elements of Chord Progression
- Nonharmonic Tones
- Meter & Rhythm
- Musical Forms
- Music Sections
- Composing, Arranging & Improvising Music
- Vocal Range
- Principles of Singing
- Understanding Instruments
- Opera and Orchestral Music
- Medieval Music
- Music of the Renaissance
- Music in the Baroque Period
- The Classical Period in Music
- The Romantic Period in Music
- Jazz Music
- Musical Theater and Popular Music
- Music of the Modern Era
- Contemporary Music
- Music of the World
- Music Instruction in Texas
- TExES Music EC-12 Flashcards