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Essential Elements For Recorder Classroom Method - Student Book 1: Book Only.epub

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If you are looking for a comprehensive and easy-to-use method for teaching recorder in the classroom, you might want to check out Essential Elements For Recorder Classroom Method - Student Book 1. This book, published by Hal Leonard, is designed for today's classroom, with technology features that enhance the learning experience for any teaching situation.

Essential Elements For Recorder Classroom Method - Student Book 1 is an effective tool for introducing or reinforcing general music concepts, as an introduction to ensemble performance (band, orchestra, and choir), or for individual or small group instruction. It includes over 130 songs, instrument basics, music reading, duets and rounds, music history, and a fingering chart.

The book comes with online audio and video access that provides play-along tracks for lessons 1-57 and tempo adjustment software that enables students to slow down the tracks while they're learning. There is also a start-up video that students can watch on computer to get them off to a great start.

The book is written by Kaye Clements, Charles Menghini, and Paul Lavender, who are experienced music educators and authors. The book is suitable for students from grade .5 to 1. The book is available in paperback format or as an epub file that can be downloaded from various online platforms.

Essential Elements For Recorder Classroom Method - Student Book 1 is a highly recommended resource for anyone who wants to teach or learn recorder in a fun and effective way.How To Teach Recorder To Elementary Students

One of the challenges of teaching recorder to elementary students is how to help them produce a good tone and avoid squeaking or overblowing. There are some steps that you can take to prepare your students for playing the recorder and make their learning experience more enjoyable and successful.

Here are some tips for teaching recorder to elementary students:

Build anticipation and motivation for playing the recorder. You can introduce the recorder to your students as early as kindergarten, by playing games, songs, and stories with the recorder. You can also show them examples of different types of recorders and how they sound. You can explain to them that they will get their own recorder when they are ready, and that they will learn how to play songs, improvise, and compose with it.

Teach them the basics of posture, breathing, tonguing, and fingering. Before they play their first note, make sure they know how to hold the recorder correctly, with a relaxed grip, straight wrists, and curved fingers. Teach them how to breathe deeply from their diaphragm, and how to use their tongue to articulate each note. Teach them how to cover the holes completely with the pads of their fingers, and how to lift and lower their fingers smoothly.

Start with simple notes and songs. Depending on your preference, you can start with B-A-G, E-G-A, or C-D-E as your first notes. These notes are easy to finger and produce a clear sound. You can use songs that your students already know or songs that are specially written for recorder beginners. You can also use visual aids such as charts, flashcards, or hand signs to help them remember the notes.

Use engaging activities and games to reinforce skills and concepts. You can use a variety of activities and games to help your students practice their recorder skills and learn musical concepts such as rhythm, pitch, dynamics, tempo, and form. For example, you can use call and response, echo patterns, partner songs, rounds, ostinatos, improvisation prompts, composition tasks, etc.

Provide feedback and encouragement. Your students need to know how they are doing and what they need to improve on. You can use different methods of assessment such as checklists, rubrics, self-evaluation, peer feedback, etc. You can also use rewards such as stickers, certificates, badges, etc. to motivate your students and celebrate t

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