Keeping it out of the classroom can help get work done.
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The day may come when you realize they aren't looking at the direction of the noteheads, or learning patterns, but struggling only to read the tiny letters inside the notes. These Alpha Note songs should be more like candy, eventually - an easy snack.
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Boys are more kinetic learners and they need to learn by doing.
Single sex classes would mean we could cater for different learning styles.
Today I gave "All the Pretty Little Horses", Alpha Note version, to a young beginner, and smiled to hear her persevere past the skips in the melody.
(Those skips always trip them up.) It will be fun to see how it goes...
Boy's and girl's brains do function in different ways, so they learn very differently.
Girls are more passive learners, they are usually good visual and auditory learners and do well with lots of class discussions and diagrams.
I enjoy seeing students dive excitedly into a new piece and follow the lettered notes carefully, especially in the "helper" versions, where only a few tricky notes or measures are lettered. What I've seen is that kids are much more willing to take on a new piece of music if there is a bit of help - or a lot of help - there. Plus, their interpretation of the "up" and "down" movement of the notes is reinforced - or corrected.