Lessons in American Music (Spiral)
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Everything Americana Lessons in American Music, Volume Two, the second book in the Lessons in American Music series, is an exciting new general music resource for those teaching in grades 4-7. Discover new ways to engage your students in learning about John Philip Sousa, George M. Cohan, and the U. S. Constitution. Play and sing songs of the Underground Railroad, perform a salute to the U.S. armed forces, and more. This book includes detailed lessons, ready-to-use activities, assessments, vocal and recorder arrangements, and newly composed song, and all of the lessons are tied to the National Standards for Music Education. Containing entirely new material, the second book is as valuable as the first. This is an important resource for any general music classroom.
About the Author
Debra Kay Robinson Lindsay, a National Board Certified teacher in early and middle childhood music, teaches general music at Crestwood Elementary School in Springfield, Virginia. She is the past president of the Virginia Elementary Music Educators Association and was named the Virginia Outstanding Music Educator in 2003. A general music teacher in Fairfax County, Virginia since 1975, she co-teaches a class for second-year music teachers. She is a Horace Mann Abraham Lincoln Fellow, and the recipient of a Japanese Fulbright Memorial Fund and Russian Virginia Department of Education travel grants. Ms. Lindsay's elementary performing groups have appeared at the International Children's Festival at Wolf Trap Farm Park in Virginia and at The White House. She is a composer and arranger and author of numerous articles and publications by MusicWorks, the Core Knowledge Foundation and MENC.