Early Childhood Music Class

Early Childhood Music Class - Isolates body parts Indicate...

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3 2 1 3 2 1 Early Childhood Music Class - Observation Form Name: List and describe the musical behaviors of the teachers . Teacher’s Signature: List and describe the musical behaviors of the children . List and describe the musical behaviors of the parents/guardians . Vocal behaviors Teachers Children P/G Sing songs Sing patterns (two/three note) (major/minor/other) Imitation (accurate/inaccurate) Glissando (ascending/descending) Improvise melody Coordinate breath Accompany harmonically Rhythm behaviors Teachers Children P/G Performs chants EC Observation MLD Fall 2009
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Chant rhythm patterns (two beat/four beat) (duple/triple/other) Imitation (accurate/inaccurate) Improvise rhythms Coordinate breath Accompany rhythmically Kinesthetic behaviors Teachers Children P/G Flow (bound/free) Space (direct/indirect) Weight (strong/light) Time (fast/slow) Steady pulse (not coordinated with music) Steady pulse (coordinated with music) Parallel beat (R and L arm simultaneously) Alternating beat (R and L arm alternating)
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Unformatted text preview: Isolates body parts Indicate (by circling) the degree to which the class fits either end of the continuum. Structured (adult directed) Unstructured (child directed) Formal Informal (play-based) Describe behaviors you observed that were unexpected or surprising. How are manipulatives used? Name three learning theorists, methodologies, or approaches that are related to what you observed during class, and explain specifically how they related to what you observed. Circle the types and stages of preparatory audiation you observed during class. Types Stages Acculturation Absorption Random Response Purposeful Response Imitation Shedding Egocentricity Breaking the Code Assimilation Introspection Coordination Describe the behaviors that indicated the types and stages you circled. Describe any accommodations made for students with special needs or English Language Learners (ELL). EC Observation MLD Fall 2009...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2011 for the course MUSIC ED 2665 taught by Professor Reesedodd during the Fall '09 term at Temple.

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