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Written for primary teacher trainees (both undergraduate and postgraduate), this book covers the range of music education from Foundation Stage to the end of KS2. It equips trainees to teach music confidently, whatever their level of musical experience or formal skills. All of the recommended practical and reflective tasks may be undertaken by both generalists and specialists. The book recognises the role of music in a creative and enjoyable classroom environment, as envisaged in Excellence and Enjoyment. As such, it encourages the use of music both for its own sake, and as a stimulus and supp Read more... Introduction An overview Key musical skills - Listening and appraising Key musical skills - Performing using the voice Key musical skills - Performing using instruments and other sound-makers in the classroom Key musical skills - Creativity through composing Progression in children's musical learning Musical across the curriculum Organisation, planning, assessment and extra-curricular music Glossary
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Patrick Jones (born 1965) is a Welsh poet, playwright and senior sibling of Nicky Wire of the Manic Street Preachers.
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