This book is ideal for primary teachers with little or no
experience of teaching music. It will also offer fresh ideas and
inspiration to the most experienced music specialists. Teaching Key
Stage 1 contains an entire scheme of work for pupils in Year 1 and
Year 2, with a CD of performance and accompaniment tracks and
photocopiable resources. The scheme has been devised by Ann Bryant
to offer guidance for those with no formal musical training and
build the confidence of all primary level teachers. The lesson
plans are completely flexible and can accommodate mixed age and
mixed ability groups, making them perfect for schools with more
than one intake. Any teacher will benefit from Ann's broad
experience and imaginative ideas and children will have fun singing
the fun, original songs that have been incorporated into this
structured and accessible set of lesson plans. Following Ann
Bryant's training at the Royal College of music and her
postgraduate course in Dalcroze Eurythmics, she has taught music
movement and Drama to young people both here in the U.K and in
Europe. For the last fifteen years Ann has specialised in
Foundation and Key Stage 1, developing a unique and dynamic style
of teaching. Author of the award-winning Teaching Key Stage 1 Music
(best New Music Product - Music Industry Associations Awards 2002),
she has also established a highly successful career as a children's
Faber Music Ltd
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||2nd Revised edition
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