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ISBN:
0977371212
Author:
Doug Goodkin
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pentatonic Press; 2nd edition (January 31, 2004)
Pages:
354 pages
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Doug Goodkin is an internationally recognized teacher of Orff Schulwerk, a dynamic approach to music education for all ages . If you teach elementary music, you must own this & every book that Doug Goodkin has written

Doug Goodkin is an internationally recognized teacher of Orff Schulwerk, a dynamic approach to music education for all ages, having taught courses in over 39 countries worldwide. Still working with children at The San Francisco School, where he has taught since 1975, he uses music as a vehicle to engage the mind, open the heart and affirm our collective humanity. If you teach elementary music, you must own this & every book that Doug Goodkin has written. He is an expert on Orff-Schulwerk & Jazz, & a phenomenal teacher. I have attended his workshops & he's amazing.

This one-of-a-kind book combines practice, theory, aesthetics, history and. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Now's the Time: Teaching Jazz To All Ages.

usic educator Doug Goodkin makes a compelling case for including jazz in every child's education and offers a sequential approach for teaching it to all ages. Combining theory and practice, this book includes

usic educator Doug Goodkin makes a compelling case for including jazz in every child's education and offers a sequential approach for teaching it to all ages. Combining theory and practice, this book includes: M., Integration with the Orff approach to music education. Games, songs, speech pieces, body percussion and movement activities. Roots music, jazz blues, jazz standards and jazz compositions arranged for Orff instruments and other ensembles.

Features 70 activities for teachers to do with children based on the Orff approach to music education, a developmental sequence and an analysis of the basics of the blues, jazz standards and improvisation. This book includes activities, which are applicable to preschool, elementary and middle school students and adaptable to various ages.

Doug Goodkin is currently in his 45th year at The San Francisco School, where he teaches music and movement .

Doug Goodkin is currently in his 45th year at The San Francisco School, where he teaches music and movement to children between three years old and eighth grade. He regularly gives workshops for Orff Chapters throughout the . and Canada, as well as presenting at State and National Conferences. Doug is the author of eight books on music education: A Rhyme in Time, Name Games, Sound Ideas (Alfred Pu., Play, Sing and Dance: An Introduction to Orff Schulwerk (Schott), Now's the Time: Teaching Jazz to All Ages and Intery Mintery: Nursery Rhymes for Body, Voice and.

Teaching Jazz to All Ages). Doug Goodkin - Pentatonic Press. A compelling case for including jazz in every child's education is presented through a sequential approach for teaching it to all ages. Games, songs, speech pieces, body percussion, and movement activities are included for children between 3 and 14 years of age, but could be used with beginners of all ages. Roots music, jazz blues, jazz standards, and jazz compositions incorporate the use of Orff instruments and other types of ensembles.

This one-of-a-kind book combines practice, theory, aesthetics, history and a proven pedagogy in leading both children and adults in the joys of jazz.

Only 5 left! Book Format: Paperback. This one-of-a-kind book combines practice, theory, aesthetics, history and a proven pedagogy in leading both children and adults in the joys of jazz. It features 70 activities for teachers to do with children based on the Orff approach to music education, a clear developmental sequence and a thorough analysis of the basics of the blues, jazz standards and improvisation. Activities are applicable to preschool, elementary and middle school students and adaptable to any age. They include games, speech, body percussion, movement, songs and arrangements for Orff instruments of classic jazz tunes.

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Nows the time: teaching jazz to all ages. BY DOUG GOODKIN (Pentatonic Press. ARTIES JAZZ PACK BY ARTIE ALMEIDA (Heritage Music Press/Lorenz Publishing).

This one-of-a-kind book combines practice, theory, aesthetics, history and a proven pedagogy in leading both children and adults in the joys of jazz. It features 70 activities for teachers to do with children based on the Orff approach to music education, a clear developmental sequence and a thorough analysis of the basics of the blues, jazz standards and improvisation. Activities are applicable to preschool, elementary and middle school students and adaptable to any age. They include games, speech, body percussion, movement, songs and arrangements for Orff instruments of classic jazz tunes. Included also is a Middle School curriculum with examples of children's work.
  • Ariseym
I used this book for Master's project & accompanying website. It is the prequel to All Blues: Jazz for the Orff Ensemble. If you teach elementary music, you must own this & every book that Doug Goodkin has written. He is an expert on Orff-Schulwerk & Jazz, & a phenomenal teacher. I have attended his workshops & he's amazing. Within the book are rhythmic & melodic exercises, lesson plans, & educational/philosophical information on teaching music to children. It is very easy to follow, & makes the "jazz teaching novice" comfortably able to teach jazz to children. A learning experience for both students & teacher. A paragraph review is not enough to do this book justice. Just buy the book!
  • Mr_Mole
Just started with this but it looks very promising. I teach K-6 and I am using some of the lessons all the down to first grade. That's pretty nice. Typical of Doug Goodkin you have to think about it a little more to get what he is saying but they are usually well conceived lessons and these so far are no different. Book arrived in excellent condition.
  • Androlhala
It has fun songs, games and movement ideas for the elementary and middle grades music classroom. My students liked the songs and arrangements.
  • Malodora
From the name of the Charlie Parker tune on the cover, I was immediately drawn to this book and it did not disappoint.
  • Seevinev
I love all of these arrangements. Coolest thing ever! I think jazz education is extremely important, and Doug Goodkin has done a wonderful thing by arranging jazz for Orff ensembles. A wonderful resource for Orff teachers.
  • Ndyardin
I am a student teacher, and bought this book looking for great resources for teaching in the music classroom.
The book is designed to implement some jazz into your classroom, you don't even have to be all that familiar with jazz, it starts at the basics, it teaches you how to teach jazz.
You could use this in primary with some of the games or songs and some of the more advanced stuff would work very well in highschool.
This book is fantastic, I highly recommended it to anyone who is interested in adding some jazz, and improv into your music classroom.