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DME NOTEBOOK

Each student will compile a notebook as a resource for teaching in the elementary music classroom. 

Notebook Rubric

 

 Element

 

Criteria

 

Assessment

Possible

Points

 Score

Notebook

Dividers properly labeled; typed or carefully printed

Notebook in good condition and large enough to grow

Papers secure; overall neat appearance

20

 

Required Materials

All required materials present

80

 

 

Total:

100

 

Organization is important.  All pages should be placed in the correct section.  If not, they will not be counted.

 

Procedure

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Get your notebook and dividers ASAP.  Do not wait until the end of the semester to put your notebook together.  The list below requires 20 dividers

 

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Keep all DME materials (syllabus, study sheets, notes, etc.) in the DME section of the notebook

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File other handouts in the appropriate section

Sections

Notebook Tab List (to print)

This is not an exhaustive list.  You may find you need other sections as you use the notebook as a resource.   However, do begin with these 20 sections and in this order as this is how they will be graded:

 

The first section pertains to your DME class

 

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1 DME  - Do not put all handouts in this section.  This section is only for those papers which pertain only to this class and which cannot actually be used in an elementary classroom setting.  These would include your syllabus, review sheets, assignment instructions, schedule, etc.

 

 

The following sections will be your resources for teaching elementary music

 

 

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2 Recorder  - Recorder Karate packet and other recorder arrangements

 

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3 Orff - Orff arrangements

 

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4 Discussions

 

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5 Bulletin Boards

 

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6 Pedagogy - information about teaching strategies, theory, methodology, etc.

 

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7 Classroom - non-musical considerations:  discipline, room arrangement, organization, supplies, equipment, politics, scheduling, etc.

 

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8 Curriculum

 

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9 Special Needs

 

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10 Assessment

 

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11 Programs/Events - ideas and info about planning programs, learning centers, and projects your children can do for open-house, advanced learning, class projects, etc.

 

 

These sections can be organized by the National Standards

 

 

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12 NS1: Singing alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music

 

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13 NS2:  Performing on instruments, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music

 

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14 NS3:  Improvising melodies, variations, and accompaniments

 

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15 NS4:  Composing and arranging music within specified guidelines

 

 

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16 NS5:  Reading and notating music

 

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17 NS6:  Listening to, analyzing, and describing music

 

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18 NS7:  Evaluating music and music performances

 

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19 NS8:  Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts

 

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20 NS9:  Understanding music in relation to history and culture

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