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"Father of Music Education in the US"
A composer and teacher who convinced the Boston school committee (board of education) that music needed to be included in the curriculum.
*As a result of his work, music became a curricular, tax-supported subject in American public school in 1838.
________ became a curricular subject based on the belief that music was good for children physically, morally, and intellectually.
________ is the systematic study of such fundamental matters as existence, knowledge, truth, justice, beauty, mind, and language.
Learning the music of one's own culture, as well as that of others, __________ allow students to understand themselves and their relationships to other cultures.
_____________ teaches several aspects of music through composition and performance.
The ________ ________ approach to teaching applies "spiral curriculum" approach, in which musical concepts are repeated several times over a period of time. With each repeat, the concept become MORE advanced and refined.
_______'s philosophy of educating the whole child naturally included the arts; However, education changed in the US when in 1957 Russia successfully launched the satellite Sputnik.
The NINE national standards were published in ______
Two characteristics that should be considered when reviewing literature to include in your curriculum.
how you apply to your teaching all of your studies and what you have experienced as a performer.
A term that refers to the music classes that are designed for all students, not just for those involved in performance ensembles.
The _______ method is named after a Hungarian composer.
The Kodaly method is based on _____ "do" solfege, and Curwen hand signs to represent those solfege syllables.
______'s approach calls for students to be active participants in ensemble performance, requiring attentive listening and physical coordination, and includes improvisation.
________ is an approach to rhythm, phrasing, and expressing through natural and attentive body movement, and incorporates the use of solfege, and improvisation, which are always integrated with movement or gesture.
______ developed eurythmics.
Piano class, music appreciation
Two different types of classes that may be included in a secondary general music curriculum.
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