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Teaching Music: Practical Strategies for KS3
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Teaching Music: Practical Strategies for KS3

Series Editor and Author David Ashworth
John Kelleher, Jonathan Westrup, Richard Knight, Doug Bott, Martin Said, Alex Ivanovich, Hanh Doan, Jane Werry

  

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Product Code: RHG 502

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Teaching Music is an interactive ebook packed with practical ideas and advice for teaching music in the classroom. While focused on flexible, bite-sized ideas that can be used to revitalise your existing schemes of work, Teaching Music also acts as a rich source of CPD, providing advice and support for ‘hard to teach’ areas and extra-musical matters such as behaviour management and assessment.

 

Teaching Music has primarily been written for KS3, but much of the material can be tailored to all levels of classroom music making. The resource reflects forward-thinking advice from a range of leading bodies and authorities in music education, and includes contributions from some of our best classroom music teachers in the country. 

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This interactive ebook is compatible on any device and is enhanced with digital features, including:

  • Over 60 embedded videos helping to bring the activities to life
  • Searchable text and interactive glossary terms
  • Hyperlinks
  • Bookmarking, highlighting and note-taking
  • Downloadable extras including PowerPoint, Sibelius, PDF, Word and audio files.

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by Fiona Lowden , Head of Music Park High School

To call this a book is a poor description as it is so much more than that. A really well written interactive resource, good for music teachers new to the profession and experienced staff needing fresh ideas and examples of current best practise. Well done David and your colleagues for inspiring us again.

by Jackie Schneider, Primary music teacher

This is a fantastic resource. It is easy to use and to download. The video clips and the PDFs are incredibly useful. I was delighted to discover that there is lots in this book that is very applicable for key stage 2. I will definitely be using many of the ideas from this book. In particular the sections on improvisation contain lots of starting points I hadn't come across before that look very promising. It's great to read a book that inspires you to get back in the music room!