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by Joy Nelson

eBook The Music Effect, Bk 1: Comb Bound Book  CD ePub
Author: Joy Nelson
Language: English
ISBN: 0739038907
ISBN13: 978-0739038901
Publisher: Alfred Music; Spi Pap/Co edition (November 1, 2005)
Category: Music
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 619
Formats: mbr docx lit doc
ePub file: 1314 kb
Fb2 file: 1356 kb

Comb Bound Book & CD. Written by well-known Kodály educator Joy Nelson, The Music Effect is an engaging, ready-to-use resource for teachers who want to lead children to music literacy and lifelong music enjoyment and participation. Designed for the kindergarten classroom. Includes a wealth of energizing and imaginative multi-sensory. The Music Effect, Book 1. By Joy Nelson Comb Bound Book & CD Item: 00-24213.

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The comb binding creates a lay-flat book that is perfect for study and performance. The accompanying CD contains recordings of all chants, songs, and orchestral pieces included in the lessons and activities.

The Music Tech Series Teacher's Manual incorporates all three of the books in the series (Composing Music with Notation. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.

The Music Effect, Bk 2: Comb Bound Book & CD. by Joy Nelson. ISBN 9780739038918 (978-0-7390-3891-8) Softcover, Alfred Music, 2006.

Written by well-known Kodaly educator Joy Nelson, The Music Effectis an engaging, ready-to-use resource for teachers who want to lead children to music literacy and lifelong music enjoyment and participation. Designed for the kindergarten classroom

Written by well-known Kodaly educator Joy Nelson, The Music Effectis an engaging, ready-to-use resource for teachers who want to lead children to music literacy and lifelong music enjoyment and participation. Includes a wealth of energizing and imaginative multi-sensory activities, focusing on increasing students' musical knowledge, skill, and conceptual development.

I find this book very good for myself since I have some musical education on guitar. Having taught from this book for many years, this looks like the smaller, cheaper, not so well put together version. Have not checked every page to see if each lesson is the same. Being able to read basic music is getting me through it self taught. I think it would be a good book to bring to a piano teacher also if one was thinking of taking lessons for the first time. Here's hoping the students learn like those of the past!!

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Book 1. Composed by Joy Nelson. Children Book 2. Creative, high-interest activities for standards-based music education. Instructional and Workbook. Instructional workbook and CD. 92 pages. The Music Tech Series Teacher s Manual incorporates all three of the books in the series (Composing Music with Notation, Playing Keyboard and Sequencing and Music Production). A Teacher s CD containing additional files not found in the Student CDs is included.

Written by well-known Kodály educator Joy Nelson, The Music Effectis an engaging, ready-to-use resource for teachers who want to lead children to music literacy and lifelong music enjoyment and participation. Designed for the kindergarten classroom. Includes a wealth of energizing and imaginative multi-sensory activities, focusing on increasing students' musical knowledge, skill, and conceptual development. The comb binding creates a lay-flat book that is perfect for study and performance. The accompanying CD contains recordings of all chants, songs, and orchestral pieces included in the lessons and activities.
Wafi
Great material in here and easy to follow lessons. It comes with photo copies to use for your class as well as lesson plans! Great for beginning music teachers or any music teachers who are teaching kindergarten ages!
Fearlesshunter
I use it in my Kindergarten music class weekly! It works perfectly! All the music is included in the CD!
wanderpool
Great variety for standards-based, but the vocals could have REALLY been so much better with professional vocalists. The vocals are a little "aged," and with an undertaking as extensive as this, everyone would have been served better by getting exemplary vocals.
Terr
I'd saddened to give this new Kodaly resource a less-than-stellar rating, but I can't help it. Let me explain: elementary music teachers really have two choices in their teaching: to go with the "big box" curricula that their schools buy (Making Music, Share the Music), which are usually cheesy, not very engaging, and limited to 1-2 activities per class period, or to build their own curriculum, usually educating themselves through Orff or Kodaly training.

I am a Kodaly teacher. I strongly believe that children should be educated with the very best musical examples in elementary school. This means folk music and western art music are prominent in weekly instruction, with some world music and popular music included for variety. For the folk music component, songs should be either a cappella or very light folk instrumentation may be added (guitar, banjo, dulcimer).

There is a line that I believe has been crossed in this collection, that moves it from the authentic Kodaly category into the schmaltzy "big box" domain. That line is crossed with the included CD. The recordings are not quite full-on schmaltz, yet they are also not truly authentic folk music. (For an example of truly authentic folk recording for the elementary classroom, I wholeheartedly recommend John Feierabend and Jill Trinka's CD set that accompanies the First Steps in Music curriculum.) Also, the singers are not the best examples for elementary students. They have very pointed, professional sounding, adult voices (with vibrato). Children need lighter, airy-er, "head voice" sounds to emulate, such as Jill Trinka's singing voice. The man should not have been recorded at all, since male voices confuse young students and cause them to sing in their speaking voices. As a male elementary music teacher, I always model singing for my students with my falsetto.

I also agree with the other review who stated that the recordings sounded dated. They're just too professional sounding and too slow, in my opinion. In order to keep folk music relevant and engaging for our students, we need to inject life into them! (That's why I love Trinka's fiery dulcimer, guitar, and banjo picking! )

The activities includes are not bad, the sequencing is good, the yearly plan is helpful, but I cannot recommend this series because of the accompanying CD. My recommendation would be Feierabend's First Steps curriculum or the newly released Kodaly in the Kindergarten Classroom by Philip Tacka. Both are excellent resources.
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