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    Guitar Pedagogy

    MUSC 358Fall 2013

    MW 3:10-4:00pm

    Heath 001Instructor: Michael Nigro Office hours: by appointm

    email:[email protected]

    Course Description

    Guitar Pedagogy (2 units). This course is designed to examine the historic and

    contemporary materials and techniques available for effectively teaching the guitar tostudents at all levels. The course surveys a wide range of method and studies, and

    examines the effectiveness of various pedagogical approaches to technique and

    interpretive analysis.

    Required Text and Materials

    Glise, Anthony. Classical Guitar Pedagogy: A Handbook for Teachers. Pacific, MO: MelBay Publications, 1997. ISBN 978-078661380-9 MB95638

    MUSC 358Guitar PedagogyStudents will: Activity/Assessment: Music Department SLOs:

    CCTC Domains:NASM:

    DEMONSTRATE an understand of the

    anatomical function of the hands and proper

    sitting positions

    ACTIVITY: Lectures, readings, and

    practice

    ASSESSMENT: Mock lessons,

    assignments, tests

    Critical Analysis, Music

    Literacy

    Domain 6: Music Methodolog

    and Repertoire

    6.1k

    6.1c (VIII.B.1.a.)

    EVALUATE and CRITIQUE a guitar lesson with

    an exemplary model.

    ACTIVITY: Lectures, readings, and

    practice, video

    ASSESSMENT: Mock lessons,

    assignments, tests

    Music Literacy, Critical

    Analysis

    Domain 4: Aesthetic Valuing

    4.1b

    Domain 6: Music Methodolog

    and Repertoire6.1i, 6.1k

    DEMONSTRATE and ARTICULATE confidence

    in guitar teaching abilities

    ACTIVITY: Lectures, readings, and

    practice, video

    ASSESSMENT: Mock lessons,

    assignments, tests

    Music Literacy, Critical

    Analysis, Performance

    Domain 5: Connections,

    Relationships and Application

    5.2c

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    DEMONSTRATE and DESCRIBE a philosophy

    of teaching in the studio

    ACTIVITY: Lectures, readings, and

    practice, video

    ASSESSMENT: Mock lessons,

    writing of teaching philosophy

    Critical Thinking , Performanc

    Domain 4: Aesthetic Valuing

    4.1a (VIII.4.1.a.)

    Domain 6: Music Methodolog

    and Repertoire 6.2a

    (VIII.B.1.b. 2.c.)

    DEMONSTRATE an understanding ofappropriate guitar repertoire for studio teaching

    ACTIVITY: Lectures, readings, and

    ASSESSMENT: Mock lessons,

    assignments, tests

    Domain 6: Music Methodologand Repertoire

    6.2a (VIII.B.1.b. 2.c.)

    Gui tar Pedagogy Notebook

    Keep a weekly journal as you listen to various guitarists and musiciansaround you. You will be required to bring this in and show me throughout thesemester. You may include rehearsals in performance groups (please keeppeople anonymous), radio, CDs, etc.

    The Notebook entries should focus on the following:1. Posture/Sitting position2. Right-Hand Technique3. Left-Hand Technique4. Tone Production/Nails5. Musicality (preparation of song & accuracy)6. True to musical style intent7. Stage presence

    8.

    What advice would you give this person to improve technique?

    GRADING:

    1. Assignments 15%2. attendance/participation 15%3. Mid-Term 20%4. Final 20%5. Journal 15%6. Teaching a student 15%

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    For students with documented medical or psychological disabilities, documented temporaryillness that requires missing 1 week of classes, or documented chronic illness please contact

    Melinda White, the Coordinator of Disability Services, to request reasonable accommodations.The Coordinator of Disability Services is located in the Counseling Center on the second floor ofthe Scott Academic Center and can be reached at extension 6483 or by email [email protected] .

    For students with a documented learning disability who would like to request classroomaccommodations, please contact Barbi Rouse, the Director of Learning Skills, located upstairs inScott Academic Center at extension 6478 or by email at [email protected].

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