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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Esta Weber on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MUSED 340 at University of Washington taught by Steven Demorest in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see /class/192282/mused-340-university-of-washington in Music Education at University of Washington.

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Date Created: 09/09/15
MUSED 340 Finals Review Content 7 both readings and class lecture activities Readings Mainstreaming 7 process strategies and legal issues Technology 7 planning for uses of MIDI Urban Music Education 7 issues and strategies Scheduling 7 block schedule types and impact Philosophy 7 different models of education spheres of musical validity Classroom Management 7 strategies amp approaches planning for phases Everything from last term though emphasis on this half Attributes of Successful Teachers Culture of Classroom Assessment 7 Steps of types of National Standards 7 know the content areas preferably with numbers Class LectureDiscussion Lesson Planning and the Standards Behavioral Objectives 7 including components of a lesson plan At Risk students Ask an expert The dialectics Everything from last term Process of Observation Rote teaching 7 sequence and planning Format Multiple choice 7 identify correct answers or MOST correct answer Short answer 7 asking you to list and describe elements of eg Management At Risk Block scheduling Essay 7 For example I might give you a song and ask you to describe how you would teach it and what standard concept skill you would emphasize or have you respond to a teaching scenario and pull out important information


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