Moore Music

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When a student forgets to bring their instrument for their lesson, we do not want them sitting there and just "listening". They must be engaged somehow. This paper helps remind them and us of the procedure for this. Also, it brings accountability
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When students forget their instrument for band rehearsal and/or lessons, we want them actively engaged. We have tried several different ideas and I decided to start all over again this year.
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I use an online practice record. I use this to help students keep track of their weekly assignment and their next lesson. This could also supplement a listed practice record. The preview shows the spacing being off. However, the download is
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When students forget their instrument for band rehearsal and/or lessons, we want them actively engaged. We have tried several different ideas and I decided to start all over again this year.
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I emphasize the importance of teaching young band members to hear (auditate) their music with deeper meaning. This is a lesson plan and worksheet to help with Step One: Major/Minor in Root Position.
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Objective: Students will begin to audiate and identify major and minor triads by ear and by reading music. When students are able to successfully identify major and minor triads, they should begin to use dictation to write what they hear and create
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Objective: Students will begin to audiate and identify major and minor triads by ear and by reading music. When students are able to successfully identify major and minor triads, they should begin to use dictation to write what they hear and create
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This is a weekly practice record with a grading rubric on the back. They are "half sheets" that the student/teacher fill out each week. Feel free to edit how you see fit. It looks "off" in the preview but when downloaded, it appears fine.
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When a student forgets to bring their instrument for their lesson, we do not want them sitting there and just "listening". They must be engaged somehow. This paper helps remind them and us of the procedure for this. Also, it brings accountability by
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Figuring out how to track student progress and assignments is a difficult task when dealing with large numbers of students. This is one of the ways I have used in my program of 250 instrumental music students. You can print it and use in a binder
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Students can randomize their scale practice using their fidget spinner! Mark one side of the spinner with a post-it, white-out or sharpie.
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Encourage your students to practice scales using their fidget spinner! Mark one side of the spinner with a post-it, white-out , sticker or marker.
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I emphasize the importance of teaching young band members to hear (auditate) their music with deeper meaning. This is a lesson plan and worksheet to help with Step One: Major/Minor in Root Position.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Started teaching Instrumental Music in 2004. I have taught instrumental music from grades 4-8 but now am concentrated solely on grades 5 and 6. Our program consists of 200 bands students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style leans towards Music Learning Theory. I believe that students need to learn how to hear music appropriately so that they can appreciate what they are playing and listening to. I put a heavy emphasis on ear training and keeping students actively engaged in the band room through, listening, movement, singing, playing, performing, use of technology and more.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

All-County Band Guest Conductor for Junior High Band and Junior High Jazz Band. All-County Chairperson.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

SUNY Fredonia Bachelors in Music Education. Clarinet Performance Certificate. University at Buffalo Masters in Education: Music Music Learning Theory Certification: Level One

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I teach in a Title 1 district where I grew up. The support from our community is growing each year as we show more presence and purpose for music education by being involved and motivated.

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