One Voice: Music and Stories in the Classroom
Explore the worlds of music and story with students through improvisation, child-centered art, child-created story productions, and a host of other outstanding activities. Emphasizing student participation, this book empowers young people to discover the imaginative possibilities of music and storytelling and to experience the synergy between them. Through projects such as constructing simple musical instruments, bookmaking, and composing and performing dramatic and musical productions, students will enhance their appreciation of music and literature while building listening, composition, and performing skills. If you are a classroom teacher, music specialist, or storyteller looking for fresh ideas for teaching students about music and stories, this book is for you.
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