Music Makers: At Home in the World (from age 4)
In part I of a two-year program, you will help the child establish a solid music foundation – tuning his voice, developing his aural skills, promoting control of gross and fine motor movements – all in the context of a variety of natural habitats. By accompanying the children as they progress from My Home Place to The Woodlands, The Cattail Marsh and finally The Meadow, you will cultivate their musical skills and interest as they experience an ever-increasing repertoire of songs, stories, and poetry with children's music lesson plans.
Your instruction will not only establish the child's foundation for music learning through singing and moving, but it will also expand his listening capabilities by introducing the sound of orchestral instruments, both in solo and in the context of an ensemble, build self-discipline and social skills through ensemble development, and promote independence and interdependence through dance - skills that impact all areas of academic learning.
Music Makers: Around the World (from age 5)
In part two of this two-year program, children will continue singing, ear training, playing instruments, ensemble work and creative movement activities. Students explore the music of other cultures, including American-Indian, African-American, British, and German music.
As their teacher, you will enhance cultural awareness, help children develop their listening and vocal skills, move towards becoming musically literate, and gain control of their bodies. Additionally, this course accentuates higher-level skills such as symbolic thinking, concentration, memory, and self-expression skills.
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