by James Hill and J. Chalmers Doane.
Ukulele in the Classroom is a methodical approach to developing music literacy skills in school classrooms and other learning environments. The series features over seventy-five carefully crafted arrangements of traditional music from around the world, works by great classical composers and popular songs, each reinforcing elements of an ever-expanding skill set.
There’s more to a Ukulele in the Classroom lesson than meets the eye. Many features of the Ukulele in the Classroom lessons are discussed only in the Teacher Edition so as to keep students focused on the material at hand and to keep the layout of the Student Editions uncluttered.
In the Teacher Edition, each lesson includes:
Key teaching points
Expected learning outcomes
Suggestions for enrichment-level exercises and activities
Additional comments from the authors and more…
Teacher Editions also include an in-depth preface on teaching strategies, classroom setup, organization & management, performance standards, assessment, tuning, parental support, additional resources, and much more.
A lie-flat spiral bind allows the Teacher Edition to stay open easily while you teach and an easy-to-follow layout shows a facsimile of the corresponding page from the Student Edition alongside the lesson notes.
Having a detailed and easy-to-follow lesson guide at your fingertips will make your learning environment a more enjoyable and rewarding place both for you and for your students. The companion Teacher Editions are a highly recommended resource for all those using the Ukulele in the Classroom series.