ERIC Number: EJ1046995
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2014-Dec
Abstractor: As Provided
Concert Programming and Performing as a Model for Lesson Planning and Teaching
Branscome, Eric E.
Music Educators Journal, v101 n2 p71-75 Dec 2014
For many novice music teachers, creating and implementing effective music lessons can be a tedious process. Moreover, preparing a music lesson is quite different from lesson planning in other areas, creating a disconnect that music educators may feel when trying to make music lessons fit a classroom lesson-plan model. However, most music teachers have accumulated an extensive array of experiences as performers in their teacher-training programs. These experiences create a significant advantage that music teachers have over teachers with no musical background when it comes to lesson preparation and delivery.
Descriptors: Music Education, Lesson Plans, Music Teachers, Performance, Experience, Music Activities, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Audiences, Planning, Time, Program Development, Influences, Drills (Practice), Teaching Methods, Perception
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