By Gary Spruce
Features of training Secondary track presents a pragmatic representation of the talents, wisdom and knowing required to educate track within the secondary school room. Musical techniques and concepts are mentioned and a severe exam of key matters is given. This encourages the reader to have interaction with those recommendations and look at their perspectives and ideology when it comes to how they'll effect their capability to coach track in an encouraged and powerful demeanour.
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1993) Music of West Africa, London: Heinemann/WOMAD. Witkin, R. (1974) The Intelligence of Feeling, London: Heinemann. 2 Planning for music teaching and learning Gary Spruce Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to identify and explore some of the issues to be taken into account when planning for teaching and learning in the music classroom. Although not overtly articulating a rationale for music education, the chapter assumes a shared understanding of the nature and purpose of music education as being, in Plummeridge’s words, ‘a way of knowing or realm of meaning … in which students come to understand the “workings” of the discipline through direct participation in musical activities’ (Plummeridge in Philpott 2001: 17).
Paynter 1982: 60) Planning for differentiation Progression, which we have already identified as one of the most important consequences of good teaching, relies a great deal upon the ability of a teacher to recognize the range of abilities, attainments and backgrounds within a class or group, and then to provide learning opportunities appropriate to their needs. This, fundamentally, is what differentiation is about. Differentiation – otherwise described as providing for individual needs or educational inclusion – is becoming of increasing importance.
1995) Arts in Their View: a Study of Youth Participation in the Arts, Slough: National Foundation for Educational Research. Langer, S. (1953) Feeling and Form: a Theory of Art Developed from Philosophy in a New Key, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. PLANNING FOR MUSIC TEACHING AND LEARNING Moon, B. and Shelton Mayes, A. (1994 edn) Teaching and Learning in the Secondary School, London: Routledge. National Curriculum Council Arts in Schools Project (1990) The Arts 5–16. A Curriculum Framework, Harlow: Oliver & Boyd.