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Wider Opportunities and whole class instrumental and vocal teaching have transformed the way music is taught, and whilst they create many opportunities, they also create challenges. With teachers bringing such a wide variety of skills and expertise to this new context, how can they deliver effective teaching and a valuable musical experience for all pupils? "Group Music Teaching in Practice" is a major new resource designed to help class teachers, instrumental teachers and music services collaborate and refine their skills to enable them to deliver an holistic primary music curriculum. This book will help all teachers involved in group teaching programmes. It provides a starting point and a solid foundation for those needing assistance, and builds on existing good practice, supporting more experienced teachers and moving their teaching onto the next level. Written by two of the UK's leading music educationalists, it provides practical strategies and advice and supports the five key aims of the Music Manifesto. The book, and the enhanced CD, include teaching principles, lesson plans, starter songs and repertoire and additional online resources.
Faber Music Ltd
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