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MUSI 467: Instrumental Music Methods I: Orchestra

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Prepares students to successfully plan, organize, and administer string classes from the beginning levels through performing ensembles (grades 4-12), and explore teaching materials appropriate for individual and class instruction. Students spend three hours per week in class, and one hour per week observing and teaching in laboratory ensemble. Students also participate in field observation of music classes in public schools.

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Limited to 3 Attempts


Prepares students to successfully plan, organize, and administer string classes from the beginning levels through performing ensembles (grades 4-12), and explore teaching materials appropriate for individual and class instruction. Students spend three hours per week in class, and one hour per week observing and teaching in laboratory ensemble. Students also participate in field observation of music classes in public schools.

Corequisite(s): MUSI 391

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Hours of Lab or Studio per week: 1

For music majors only.

 

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

MUSI 114, MUSI 216, MUSI 273, and MUSI 361; and acceptance into music education concentration.

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