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Teaching Music to Students with Special Needs

A Practical Resource

Alice M. Hammel

August 2017

ISBN: 9780190665173

216 pages
Paperback
279x216mm

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Price: £22.99

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Description

Teaching Music to Students with Special Needs: A Practical Resource is brings together theory and policy and planning for instruction in K-12 classrooms. The resource presents a collaboration of K-12 teachers, outstanding undergraduate and graduate music education students, and professionals in the field.

  • Provides K-12 classroom-tested lessons for music students
  • Assists teachers in creating lesson plans adapted to their needs
  • Accompanies Teaching Music to Students with Special Needs: A Label-Free Approach by Alice Hammel and Ryan Hourigan

About the Author(s)

Alice M. Hammel

Alice M. Hammel is a widely known music educator, author, and clinician whose experience in music is extraordinarily diverse. She teaches for James Madison and Virginia Commonwealth Universities in the areas of music education and music theory respectively, and has many years of experience teaching both instrumental and choral music in public and private schools. She has maintained a large, independent flute studio for over 25 years. Her primary goal is to become a better teacher with each passing day.

Table of Contents

    Contents
    1. Introduction
    Rationale For The Resource
    Distinguishing Features
    Ideas From Teaching Music To Students With Special Needs: A Label-Free Approach 2nd Edition
    Curricular Modifications In Music Education For Students With Disabilities
    Specific Ways To Utilize The Resource
    2. The Communication Domain
    Introduction
    Vignettes And Lesson Plans For Music Classrooms And Ensemble Situations
    Vignette: Jake
    Lesson Plan: Joint Attention
    Vignette: Milani
    Lesson Plan: Pitch Matching And Improvisation
    Vignette: Thomas
    Lesson Plan: Rhythm, Eye Contact, Joint Attention
    Vignette: Sarah
    Lesson Plan: Interaction
    Vignette: Carl
    Lesson Plan: Performing On Percussion Instruments
    Explanation Of Pedagogical Connections
    3. The Cognitive Domain
    Introduction
    Description Of Students Who Struggle With Cognition
    Vignettes Of And Lesson Plans Music Classroom And Ensemble Situations
    Vignette: Alex And Jo
    Lesson Plan: Rhythm And Keeping A Beat
    Vignette: Kara
    Lesson Plan: Verbal And Physical Response
    Vignette: Troy
    Lesson Plan: Kings And Queens
    Explanations Of Pedagogical Connections
    4. The Behavioral Domain
    Introduction
    Description Of Students Who Struggle With Behavior
    Vignettes And Lesson Plans For Music Classrooms And Ensemble Situations
    Vignette: Oscar
    Lesson Plan: Loud And Soft
    Vignette: Thomas
    Lesson Plan: Ukulele Class
    Vignette: Carl
    Lesson Plan: Carl
    Explanation Of Pedagogical Connections
    5. The Emotional Domain
    Introduction
    Description Of Students Who Struggle With Emotions
    Vignettes And Ideas For Music Classrooms And Ensemble Situations
    Vignette: Maddie
    Ideas: Maddie
    Vignette: Josh
    Ideas: Josh
    Explanation Of Pedagogical Connections
    6. The Sensory Domain
    Introduction
    Description Of Students Who Struggle With Sensory Information
    Vignettes And Lesson Plans Of Music Classroom And Ensemble Situations
    Vignette: Dominique
    Lesson Plan: Dominque
    Vignette: Miley
    Lesson Plan: Miley
    Vignette: Debbie
    Lesson Plan: Debbie
    Explanations Of Pedagogical Connections
    7. The Physical Domain
    Introduction
    Description Of Students Who Struggle With Physical Access To The Curriculum
    Vignettes And Lesson Plans Of Music Classroom And Ensemble Situations
    Vignette: Fiona
    Vignette: Mickey
    Lesson Plan: Look To The Window
    Vignette: Gareth
    Lesson Plan: Gareth
    Vignette: Sidney
    Lesson Plan: Sidney
    Explanations Of Pedagogical Connections
    8. Unit Plans
    Multi-Lesson Plans With Specific Adaptations For Students Who Struggle With One Or More Domain
    Unit Plan 1 - Variations On A Korean Folk Song
    Unit Plan 2 - Animal Theme
    Unit Plan 3 - Upper Elementary Music Literacy
    Additional Lesson Plans
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    Unit Plan: "All Round The Brickyard"
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan "Engine Engine" Music Literacy With Instruments
    Appendix A
    9. Conclusions
    Conclusions
    General teaching strategies for students with special needs
    Resources available for music educators
    Examples of incremental sequencing
    Concluding thoughts