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Teach Sopranino Recorder
Lesson Plan Format
Fifth Edition (November, 2007) Author: Lynda Shen
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About the Author
Lynda Shen taught general school music and the recorder from 1984 to 2004, after completing her training at the Institute of Education, Singapore, where she specialised in Music and Science education. She was trained in using the Kodaly Approach of instruction. She was a music specialist teacher with aninternational school in Hong Kong for 6 years (1998 - 2004). While she has moved on to other careers, her love for music remains strong and this little ebook is a gift to those who would like to learn the sopranino recorder - it shall be updated from time to time. Past Professional affiliations : Was Member of the International Kodaly Institute Was Member of ARTA (American Recorder Teacher's Association) Thank you for downloading this eBook. I hope you will find it useful. For all of you who have received this material, I would appreciate a feedback through an email, telling me what you think of the book. Please include comments you think might help improve the next edition if I do decide to write again. Check back the web page regularly for revisions. Emails: email@example.com I haveinvested a considerable amount of time (to research & prepare) and resources (for different software and webhosting) to write and make this book possible. I am not charging for this book and I do not accept donations.
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Pages 1 , 2 3 , 4 5 , 6 7 , 8 9 , 10 11 , 12 13 , 14 15 , 16 17, 18 19 , 20 21 , 22 23 , 24 END page1 INTRODUCTION Recorders come in various sizes,with Sopranino being the smallest of them all. It also plays the highest pitch amongst all the recorders. There are plenty of teaching materials available for the teaching of descant / soprano and treble / alto recorders but very little resources for Sopranino. Hence I have written this little instruction manual for music teachers who would like to teach the Sopranino recorder. It is meant to be astarting point for small children with little or no knowledge of music theory. Each Unit of work is complete with an introduction to some very fundamental music theory activity and should last about 45 minutes or more. Every subsequent lesson should start with a revision of what is being taught the previous lesson to reinforce the concepts learnt. The Units / Lesson plans outlined here can be usedwith a small group of about 8 to 10 pupils or with individuals. PREREQUISITES The lessons in this book are presented on the assumption that the teachers using them already have a sound knowledge of good postures , the correct hand positions for holding a recorder, proper breathing techniques and basic fingering. Materials provided are Exercise Sheets, Units / Lesson Plans ( with objectives ) and...