Integrative teaching

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Abstract

This is an article about the integration of instrumental teaching, aural skills and keyboard skills and music theory at the pre-tertiary level. Team teaching and discipline crossover offer a possible solution to students’ inability to apply skills taught by specialists in separate fields. A personal development plan motivates students to direct their own learning process. A comparison of linguistic and music literacy enables us to outline the development of music literacy in four phases and understand the function of aural skills.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTeacher competencies for working with young talent
EditorsAnnejoke Smids, Ninja Kors
Place of PublicationGroningen
PublisherLectorate Lifelong Learning in Music
Pages48-71
ISBN (Print)978-90-811273-4-9
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2007

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Keywords

  • young talent
  • ear training
  • reading music notation
  • singing
  • curriculum design
  • team teaching

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Harris, R. (2007). Integrative teaching. In A. Smids, & N. Kors (Eds.), Teacher competencies for working with young talent (pp. 48-71). Groningen: Lectorate Lifelong Learning in Music.