Ever wish you could borrow an experienced music director’s brain? By using the practical guidelines and materials provided in this manual, a Christian school can actually borrow from the brains and experience of those who have spent years cultivating a quality music program. A dynamic music program greatly benefits the students in your school, helping them acquire a lifelong skill that can be used for God’s glory and teaching them a ministry heart. Involvement in music builds qualities like teamwork, leadership, responsibility, and self-discipline. A dynamic music program also provides the school an opportunity to minister to parents and the community through concerts and other musical performances. Your school music director and music teachers will appreciate these suggested procedures for instruction in choral groups, piano, band, orchestra, and voice. Other helpful materials in this spiral-bound book cover recruitment, finances, selecting music, classroom singing, music theory, and much more! 181 pages.
- Worksheets/visual aids. The 169 reproducible flashcards and 18 reproducible worksheets are very helpful for teaching and reinforcing music theory concepts.
- Forms/letters to parents. The 26 pages of reproducible forms and letters help organize your music program. Included are enrollment forms, report sheets, and information letters to parents.
- Teacher’s notes. Teachers appreciate the abundance of teaching tips provided throughout the manual. For example, suggestions are given for when to enroll students, how to schedule music classes, and how to make up music lessons.
- Purchasing information. The appendix is a valuable resource for the names and addresses of publishers and instrument companies for choral, piano, band, and orchestra.
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