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Making Sight Reading Fun!

Choral Games for Students and Teachers

COMPOSER: Mary Jane Phillips
PUBLISHER: Hal Leonard
INSTRUMENTATION: Educational Material
PRODUCT FORMAT: Vocal Tutor
Can learning to sight read ever be fun? With this creative resource, the answer is a resounding yes! Written by veteran middle school choral director Mary Jane Phillips , Making Sight Reading Fun! has been carefully designed to include many different games to motivate upper elementary and
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Composer Mary Jane Phillips
Publisher Hal Leonard
Instrumentation Educational Material
Number of pages 48
Product Format Vocal Tutor
Description Product Type Book [Softcover]
Genre Tv / Film / Musical / Show
Year of Publication 2016
ISBN 9781495057236
UPC 888680097875
Series Methodology Chorals
No. HL00153841
Product Dimensions 22,9 x 15,2 cm
Text language English
Description

Can learning to sight read ever be fun? With this creative resource, the answer is a resounding yes!

Written by veteran middle school choral director Mary Jane Phillips, Making Sight Reading Fun! has been carefully designed to include many different games to motivate upper elementary and secondary students. Through carrying out the activities in this book, your choir will not only work harder on perfecting their sight reading skills but they will enjoy doing so.

Along with fun games like “Eliminator,” “Sight Reading Football” and “Trashketball,” Phillips offers tips and tricks from 27 years spent motivatingstudents to learn to sight read in the most painless way possible. This book contains short Daily Activities and longer Friday “Game Day” activities - 20 in all - to keep students on their toes and engaged while learning to sight read. Also included are many music examples, as well as a list of resources to help you find further sight reading material.

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