Music is taught to students in a variety of methods. The literature describes a variety of teaching methods, tactics, and strategies. Teaching music is an art and a skill that requires teachers to combine or integrate some of these methods and strategies in order to give students with productive learning experiences. Efforts to change music education toward a more constructivist approach have far-reaching ramifications for policymakers at all levels of the music education system. The purpose of this article is to provide overviews of various general approaches and strategies for teaching music in the primary school based on constructivist teaching theory. It will cover lecture, demonstration, and modelling, as well as discovery, video showing, field trip, role-playing, project, questioning technique, assignment, and discovery teaching methods. The paper will also discuss the factors that influence the choice of a teaching style for a certain lesson, as well as the stages of teaching.
Wesley College of Education, Kumasi, Ghana.
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