Field Observation M

Field Observation M - Observation Report MUS 266E Edwards I...

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Observation Report MUS 266E Edwards I observed and did field work at Sharonville Elementary School. There was a morning and an afternoon preschool class with twenty children in each. I was able to teach a song to both classes during this time period (further explained in lesson assignment #3). Throughout the time I spent in the preschool I noticed that there was some sort of music incorporated each and every day. To start out the day the teachers and students sang a greeting song, weather song, and sometimes days of the week song. A couple of days each week there was time set aside to either sing songs or listen to music and dance. One day the students sang about five different songs such as the ABCs, Jingle Bells, and 5 Monkeys Jumping on the Bed. Almost every song that the children and teachers sang included hand movements as well. When the children had time to do music activities they were always very excited and ready to get started right away. Sometimes the children would ask to sing a song, but
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course MUS 266 taught by Professor Edwards during the Spring '10 term at Miami University.

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