This is a collection of songs, rhymes and stories recalled by Jean Ritchie from her own childhood. The youngest of 14 children in a singing family from Viper, Kentucky, she grew up surrounded by ballads,
Teaching strategies for each rhythmic and melodic element taught in grades K-5 are printed on 3-hole punched looseleaf paper so teachers can easily customize the teaching sequence in order to make the most
Pedagogically, the system of presenting masterworks in this collection takes its impetus from folk songs and games that children love to sing and play. Categorized by grades, each of the 77 lessons includes
Activity Cards for preparation and practice provide fast, fun and creative ways to give your students a workout in each of the six skill areas: reading, writing, partwork, memory, listening and
This teaching guide begins with an overview of the Kodaly approach and a brief introduction to the philosophy, its tools and materials. It includes a detailed explanation of the "three-step process"
This companion to An American Methodology is a guide to yearly and weekly lesson planning for a ten-month school year.
This inclusive approach to music literacy is based on Kodaly principles and American folksongs. Included in the second edition are three model lesson plans for each grade, teaching elements that
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