This book is a comprehensive and hands-on guide to working with deaf and hard-of-hearing children within and outside of the music classroom, balancing a technical overview of hearing loss with relevant music lessons, teaching practices, ...
Author: Lyn Schraer-Joiner
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
"Written by an expert in the field, who is both a teacher and a teacher-educator, this book is a comprehensive practical resource for educators and parents you are introducting music to children with hearing loss. It presents a series of important and up-to-date teaching strategies, including preparations for the classroom, communication strategies for parents and teaching staff, and tips on more specific or technical matters, such as conducting musical audiograms. These resources provide a solid background for hands-on instructional materials, such as music lessons, supplemental activities, educational resources, discussion points, and journal samples for the classroom and home. The book includes purposeful suggestions for classroom settings--general, choral, and instrumental alike--as well as recommended listening lessons, suggestions for incorporating music into everyday activities, and an overview of recent research. Each chapter concludes with review questions, ideas, and instructional activities that teachers and parents can accomplish with children who are deaf or hard of hearing." -- page 4 of cover.
Many children with visual impairments enjoy keyboard instruments as well as
rhythm instruments . Popular music ... Non - educators tend to assume that children with hearing impairments can not experience music or movement . This
is not ...
Author: Linda Carol Edwards
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This new edition presents music and movement education curricula for both preservice and inservice teachers. The best-selling core music and movement text provides a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of professional research while continuing to incorporate links between theory and practice. The authors of the text encourage teachers and caregivers to attend to the importance of research and contemporary thought regarding music and movement education. The approach of the book continues to be “process not product.”
Hearing Impairments : An Alert for All Music Educators Lyn E . Schraer - Joiner s
educators , our primary goal is to meet our ... Terms to Know To understand how music learning is possible for children with hearing loss , educators should be ...
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Education
This book gathers articles from state journals that give music teachers ideas on how to include special needs students, discusses why special learners benefit from music education, offers suggestions for dealing with specific types of special needs students, and addresses teachers' responsibilities and support under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
Situation 1 : A group of six children , ages 7-8 , has been referred to you for music
therapy services . All of the children have moderate to severe hearing loss and
wear hearing aids . Most can understand Situation 2 : You are working at a ...
INTRODUCTION The acquisition of singing skills is basically controlled by the
ear . Young children learn to sing by imitating the sounds of others . Children with hearing impairments have the physical capacity to sing as well as any hearing ...
Author: Kenneth E. Bruscia
Publisher: Barcelona Pub
Category: Health & Fitness
Forty-two case histories, each describing the process of music therapy from beginning to end. The cases include children, adolescents, and adults receiving individual and group therapy in psychiatric, medical, educational or community settings. With authors from nine countries, the book details a broad spectrum of approaches and techniques in music therapy. The essence of music therapy is captured by telling the moving stories of people who have been helped through carefully crafted music experiences and the relationships developed with these exceptional music therapists. The book can be used as a reference, a textbook for training students, or as an introduction to the field.
Such initiatives will not only improve and further the music education of hearing impaired students , but can also alleviate ... Comparison of rhythmic
performances by normal hearing children and mainstreamed hearing - impaired children .
The theme of this book is presented in chapters covering basic principles in theory and practice. Three individuals with a hearing impairment report on their development, experience and personal approaches to music.
Author: Shirley Salmon
The theme of this book is presented in chapters covering basic principles in theory and practice. Three individuals with a hearing impairment report on their development, experience and personal approaches to music. These are followed by chapters on developmental topics, an overview of music in education and therapy, and insight into recent research on music perception. Different educational and therapeutic approaches using music and/or movement relevant to different age groups are described and extended in reports on music and movement with various groups - from preschool children and family projects, to school children and teenagers.
The Deaf Child. Pt. 2. The Hard of Hearing Child Jacqueline Keaster. sounds so
faintly that he has paid little or no attention to them . ... For the child with a severe loss it may be necessary to begin by teaching him to recognize when he hears a
sound and when he does not , that ... him that when the record is going around ,
he can wave a flag , and that when the music stops he must stop waving the flag .
Do they appreciate music ' ' Will his general development be different ? ' ' Is deafness the reason for his not sleeping ? being bad tempered and aggressive ?
not sharing things ? not being toilet trained ? ' Deaf children have a range of
Ask the teacher of the hearing impaired to assist the student with assignments
requiring independent research and referencing . The hearing ... Elementary music programs are not designed just for child prodigies or to create solo artists .
Music and the Hearing Handicapped Child Peggy S. Kapla As one plans a
program in music for the hearing - impaired child , it must be remembered that the
making of the music is a means of preparing him to adjust satisfactorily to a
Contains articles such as Special Music Education, Music and the Speech Handicapped, Music and the Hearing Impared, Music Education of Emotionally Disturbed Children, etc...
( 1967 ) evaluated 1000 children from Colorado with hearing loss and found 249
boys and 51 girls with noise exposure ... asked by concerned parents if listening
or playing loud rock - and - roll music can damage the hearing of their children .
These children are often normal in other areas of development . Total deafness is
relatively rare and degrees of hearing loss range from mild to profound . Music
can play an important part in early sound - awareness goals for hearing impaired
APPENDIX A Research on Music With Individuals Who Are Deaf and Hard - of -
Hearing Amir , D . , & Schuchman , G . ( 1985 ) . Auditory training through music
with hearing impaired preschool children . Volta Review , 87 , 333 – 343 . Baird ,
Appendix B Selected Bibliography of Articles and Research on Music and the
Deaf Amir , D . , & Schuchman , G . ( 1985 ) . Auditory training through music with hearing impaired preschool children . Volta Review , 87 , 333 – 343 . Atkins , W .
An alto part is often available , and some of the songs may also be sung in easy
four - part . • Very easy left ... In this nursery school the children's loss of hearing
so nearly approaches total deafness that music is hardly a potential source of ...