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Laboratory central objective is the application of music theory to musical performance
The laboratory aims to integrate the Music Education course by consolidating the notions learned in order to be able to autonomously articulate educational projects suitable for different age groups, with attention to the methods and techniques of transmitting the notions to primary school pupils, through play.
At the end of the splitting, the student will be able to:
• Understand the main musical terms and know how to adapt them effectively to the language and skills of the pupils, based on age
• Knowing how to mediate musical concepts through play
• Knowing how to apply the knowledge acquired to the production of teaching materials
Each lesson of the Laboratory will consist of two phases:
1. Consolidation of the concepts learned during the Music Education course and in-depth study of the main teaching methods
2. Practical application and musical activities to be carried out in the classroom
-Consolidation of the notions learned during the Music Education course: musical forms, note values, families of musical instruments
-Development of creativity starting from Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences
-In-depth study of the main musical teaching methods (Gordon, Kodaly, Orff)
- Inclusive teaching and musical practices
-The musical practice and the transmission of concepts through the game and the use of audiovisual products
Material provided during the lessons.
The teacher will provide students with the slides used during the lessons.
Office hours: On appointment
Oral examination can be taken at the same time as the exam relating to the teaching of Ed. Musicale.
During the final exam of the course (compulsory attendance provides eligibility for the Music Education exam) the candidate will take an oral test, with a question related to the main teaching methods covered during the course and a practical part in which the candidate will propose a short video that he himself developed, aimed at presenting one of the topics covered during the course to a school class.
Attendance at the laboratory is mandatory. During the workshop the students will be able, if they deem it necessary, to share their project for the final video with the teacher, to evaluate any critical points.
Students with DSA, disability or other special educational needs are recommended to contact the professor at the beginning of the course to agree on teaching and exam methods which, according to the course’s objectives, take into account the modalities individual learning and provide suitable compensatory tools.
For international students, texts and articles in English are available on request. The exam can be taken in English in the prescribed manner.