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MUE 5051: Resources, Materials, and Literature for Teaching Instrumental and Vocal Music (3 cr.)**
History and current debates of philosophy, praxis, and materials for the transmission (teaching and learning) of music at elementary and secondary levels. Emphasis on the work of Émile Jaques-Dalcroze, Zoltán Kodály, Carl Orff, Comprehensive Musicianship (with its roots in the work of the Manhattanville Music Curriculum Project), and music technology in the classroom. Reaction papers to monographs and articles, including the work of Robert Abramson, Lois Choksy, Avon Gillespie, David Woods, Frank York, Bennett Reimer, David Elliott, The New Companion for Research in the Teaching and Learning of Music, Journal of Research in Music Education, Council for Research in Music Education, the MayDay Group, etc. Bibliography/sonography/videography assignment of current materials. National Standards for Music, Dance, Drama, and the Visual Arts, and the New York State Standards for music. Ten hours of observation of elementary, middle school, and high school musicians-educators.
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