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Band Method Book– AIM Success – Audible Intelligence Music
Band Method Book– AIM Success – Audible Intelligence Music
Unit one. In the zone beginning band method book. Exercise number one consists of whole notes. The entire first page has only one note. The students will learn how to form and embouchure Account whole notes half notes quarter notes and eight counts, and they have a chance to Focus on their playing position. These exercises are written in a call and response fashion. The director or an advanced player may play part a to demonstrate the tone that the student should be striving for. Band Method Book– AIM Success – Audible Intelligence Music Once the students have some experience on this page you may want to have a sec. or an individual play one of the parts by themselves. This wait they director or teacher has an opportunity to individualize the instruction while the entire class is still participating. If they’re not sure if a student is able to play something correctly and needs to hear them individually they can have that student play by themselves while the rest of the class place the other line. When you move on to differentiate between those two notes. With just two notes it is not intimidating and they can concentrate on changing their fingerings appropriately and being able to recognize the pitches. They also need to add the rhythm and counting into this although the rhythms art design to not be too difficult yet challenging. As you continue through unit one you’ll see that all of the exercises consist of only these two notes. This gives a great opportunity for the students to really focus on their basic skills. They can focus on how they’re sitting and where there feet are and how their posture is. They can also focus on their hand position to ensure that they’re holding their instrument properly. They can also make sure that they are relaxed and not streaming in anyway. They also can focus on their use of their air. So they have a consistent airstream and proper breath support. But they’re taking in a nice full breath and supporting their tone. They can also listen to their sound very closely to see that they are continuing to work to develop the best possible tone that they can get. They also will then focus on their articulations. They can learn how to use their tongue to make that two or toss sound that they need to to produce o’clock proper articulation. Further along they will run across an exercise that says technique. The technique exercise is meant to be started very slowly. You want the students to develop their technique at a pace that they can do it with good quality Area it takes some practice to be able to coordinate your fingers along with your articulations of your timing. This is usually a favorite section amongst the students. We will play a game where students stand up and we started the tempo and as we increase the tempo if the student makes mistake they sit down in the last didn’t up wins. Students will send spend a lot of extra time texting at this exercise so they can do well in their competition. Next to students will come to a section that says no reading. This section in unit one only consists of two notes. The students learn the difference between those two notes and how to read them on the staff. One thing that we have found street years of research is that students can be pretty good at identifying notes as long as they’re all holdouts. We purposefully have added half notes quarter notes and eighth notes. The students need to be able to recognize those notes when they have stems and flags on them. The hardest detail though for students is to tell if a note is the same when it is the notepad is colored in. So we purposefully adding colored notepads and it is surprising how that can trick so many students. It is important for the students to try to memorize the do you saying that goes along with this pattern. This beginning band method book is the top beginning been method books that I I’m aware of at this time. This beginning been method book is the only method book that has a progressive learning style and teaches all of the basic concepts and has a way to measure the students progress. You can check each and every student in each and every area of study to see where they might be struggling and where they are excelling. This will help you as a teacher to streamline your lesson planning so that you’re not reviewing things that everyone understands and that something isn’t getting missed. Sometimes it is hard to tell what is the link that is causing a student to struggle at a given any given time. Next to find a section that is on piano keyboard. Most beginning band method bucks do not have a section that shows anything about p.m. I’ll keyboard. Most instruments are little bit abstract when you’re learning how the notes go up and down. It is very helpful for students to be able to visualize the keyboard in their head help them understand whole steps and half steps and other intervals. It also helps them to understand how scales work. It also helps them understand sharks and flats. And it also helped him understand key signatures. And it helps them to understand enharmonic tones. The first unit of the keyboard merely teaches the students to learn how to identify the white notes on the keyboard. The white notes simply go up the musical alphabets and repeat. Goes a BCDEFG C D E F G then it repeats. It’s good for the students to be a look figure out where how to find all of these notes so that they can progress to the following units. The next section is music manuscript. In this section the students learn how to draw other notes. This helps him to understand how music works at a more in-depth level. They need to learn that notepads take up exactly one space.