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Let’s All Listen

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Video CD - Let’s All Listen

by: Pat Lloyd


Concept:

Songs for Group Work in Settings that Include Students with Learning Difficulties and Autism. Music provides a unique and powerful means of promoting communication and social interaction in students with learning difficulties. In this collection, Pat Lloyd brings together 46 songs composed or adapted for use with children with communication problems. Enjoyable and easy to use, this is an ideal resource for specialist and non-specialist music instructors working to improve the communication and social skills of students with learning difficulties, including those with additional autism.

Description:

Each of the songs features a vocal line and piano accompaniment and can be listened to on the audio CD included with the book. Simplified guitar versions are also provided for a selection of the songs. Pat Lloyd provides suggestions for how each song can be used and developed to encourage communication and social interaction, and lists a range of possible objectives for each one. Advocating a flexible approach, she demonstrates how musical activity can be adapted easily and successfully to the specific needs of individual students.

 

Contents:

Foreword by Adam Ockelford, Professor of Music, University of Roehampton. Acknowledgements. Part 1: Introduction. Introduction. Guidance for use of the songs. Notes on the accompaniments and the CD. A brief background to interactive approaches in relation to the use of music. Intensive interaction. Music therapy. References. Part 2: Songs and Activities. 1. Let’s all listen. 2. School song. 3. Who is next taking turns? 4. Where is Chloe? 5. Going out! 6. Listen! 7. Five big elephants. 8. Taking turns with me. 9. Taking turns (for two students). 10. Let’s all find each other’s shoulders. 11. One monkey jumps up! 12. Make him jump up and down! 13. Whose sound? 14. What do you eat? 15. Two by two. 16. Five leaves on a tree. 17. Reach out. 18. Lorna play! 19. Let’s see what Lorna can do. 20. Playing on the tambourine. 21. Hello! 22. Hello! (2). 23. Let’s say hello. 24. Goodbye. 25. Shakers do this. 26. Adelaide’s got bells. 27. Hannah play the drum. 28. Fireworks. 29. Going up, going down. 30. Dancing round and round. 31. Holding hands and swaying. 32. Copy me! 33. Blues in action. 34. Susie puppet. 35. Jumping up. 36. Row boat. 37. Let’s all make the drum talk. 38. Bounce. 39. Windy weather. 40. Follow the leader. 41. Hiding game. 42. Play it slowly. 43. Sad and happy. 44. Rocking. 45. Let’s hear everyone! 46. My family. Suppliers and contacts. CD Track list.

 

Reviews:

‘I thoroughly recommend this title. You don’t need to be a music expert to use it, the songs are easy to learn and fun to sing. Good quality resources are of paramount importance in teaching, and this is first rate.’

 

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