TEACHING CARIBBEAN STEEL PANS IN THE CLASSROOM WITH OR WITHOUT AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS

TEACHING CARIBBEAN STEEL PANS IN THE CLASSROOM WITH OR WITHOUT AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS

In this 4th blog of the series, our weekly blogs will focus on giving tips for teaching different genres of world-music in the classroom. Regardless of the genre, our tips will always come under the following headings which we believe are the most important areas to think about when teaching a world-music lesson or scheme of work:

  • Instrumentation

  • Technique

  • Cultural Significance & Classic Motifs 

  • Leadership & Classroom Management


This week we’re focusing on teaching Caribbean steel pans.

TEACHING INDONESIAN GAMELAN WITH OR WITHOUT AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS

TEACHING INDONESIAN GAMELAN WITH OR WITHOUT AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS

In this 3rd blog of the series, our weekly blog is focussing on giving tips for teaching Indonesian gamelan in the classroom. Regardless of the genre, our tips will always come under the following headings which we believe are the most important areas to think about when teaching a world-music lesson or scheme of work:

  • Instrumentation

  • Technique

  • Cultural Significance & Classic Motifs 

  • Leadership & Classroom Management

TEACHING BRAZILIAN SAMBA DRUMMING WITH OR WITHOUT AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS

TEACHING BRAZILIAN SAMBA DRUMMING WITH OR WITHOUT AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS

In this 2nd blog of the series, our weekly blogs will focus on giving tips for teaching different genres of world-music in the classroom. Regardless of the genre, our tips will always come under the following headings which we believe are the most important areas to think about when teaching a world-music lesson or scheme of work:

  • Instrumentation

  • Technique

  • Cultural Significance & Classic Motifs 

  • Leadership & Classroom Management

This week we’re focusing on teaching Brazilian samba drumming!

TEACHING WEST AFRICAN DRUMMING WITH OR WITHOUT AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS

TEACHING WEST AFRICAN DRUMMING WITH OR WITHOUT AUTHENTIC INSTRUMENTS

Over the next few weeks, our weekly blogs will focus on giving tips for teaching different genres of world-music in the classroom. Regardless of the genre, our tips will always come under the following headings which we believe are the most important areas to think about when teaching a world-music lesson or scheme of work:

  • Instrumentation

  • Technique

  • Cultural Significance & Classic Motifs 

  • Leadership & Classroom Management

This week we’re focusing on teaching West African drumming.