Choral Speaking Text Essays and Term Papers

  • Choral Speaking

    Choral Speaking The following excellent resource was submitted by Anita Geller, Arts Consultant with the District School Board of Niagara and is based on The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8, The Arts, 1998. Thanks Anita, from all of us at CODE! What is Choral Speaking? When groups of students recite passages...

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  • Choral Speaking

    Presentation Choral Speaking Choral speaking is an activity which involves an oral presentation of a text, using expression to perform and enhance a text. This is done by emphasising particular words, sounds or phrases to help make the text become a performance than a reading. Choral speaking in encouraged...

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  • Books

    Name: ____________________________ Choral Poetry Reading Rubric | Level of Proficiency | | | 90%-100% | 80%-89% | 70%-60% | 20%-59% | 0-19% | Criteria | Exemplary | Proficient | Developing | Emerging | Insufficient Evidence | Understanding of the poem-use their understanding of specific...

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  • Scientific Method

    between Oral Communication and Reading as Basic Skills. Author: Gray, Philip A. The relationships that exist among the skills of reading, writing, speaking, and listening suggest a need for greater attention to oral communication processes in the formal instructional program. The extent of these relationships...

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  • Interview Penghulu

    English passes in the UPSR for the coming years reduce the number of pupils who are unable to master the three main skills in language learning (speaking, reading and writing) by the end of Year 6 Mission working with full commitment, equipped with specific skills and requisite knowledge base, to...

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  • Elements of Reading

    reading. Comprehension is constructed by the reader, so no one understanding will match another’s, but how readers apply strategies as they process text influences the depth of understanding. There are four elements of reading: word identification, fluency, comprehension, vocabulary. We will begin...

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  • Negro Spirituals

    music and American black spirituals have in common include syncopation, polyrhythmic structure, the pentatonic scale, and a responsive rendition of text. Almost all the first Africans who arrived in the New World were slaves. They came from several regions of the African West Coast. Their ways of living...

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  • The Baroque Period

    By El-Fatih J. Ajala The Genres of the Baroque Period: Opera – “drama presented in music, with the characters singing instead of speaking” (Joseph Kerman, p. 87): One cannot speak of Baroque opera without mentioning the name of Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643). Monteverdi has the distinction...

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  • Kick Rocks

    read independently and take Accelerated Reader tests on eleven self-selected novels over the course of the year. Level I English also incorporates choral poetry reading to develop and increase reading fluency. Finally, the course focuses on test-taking strategies using the 4-Sight Assessment. Process...

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  • Lending System

    in popularity in foreign countries. "His music was now circulating via performances and publications throughout Europe, especially in German-speaking regions and in France, where his words were frequently listed on the programs of the Concert Spirituel." (Maynard Solomon) However, there were...

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  • Public Speaking and Debate

    However, most schools and competitions feature choirs of 25 to 40 members. The choirs typically are divided into groups based on the members' natural speaking voices. Females with naturally high voices or young females comprise the "light" group, females with deeper voices and young males or males with high...

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  • Missa Latina: Musical Analysis

     Subito Music Publishing, and composer Roberto Sierra for granting  permission to reprint choral music excerpts discussed in this document. I would  also like to thank Leonard Slatkin, Norman Scribner, Joseph Holt, and the staff of  the Choral Arts Society of Washington for allowing me to attend their rehearsals.   ...

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  • Music

    * Texture: Textural features include imitation between the voices and emphasis on contrasting textures. | Melody * Recitative, a way of singing text with speech rhythms, was introduced early in the century. Later in the period, there was a shift from recitative to highly elaborate arias and instrumental...

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  • Notes on Drama

    Dramatic performance involves an intricate process of rehearsal based upon imagery inherent in the dramatic text. A playwright first invents a drama out of mental imagery. The dramatic text presents the drama as a range of verbal imagery. The language of drama can range between great extremes: on the...

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  • 2010 Secondary Education Curriculum in English

    •Philosophy •Psychology Constructivism •Learning by doing (D) •Reflective learning (P) •Social learning •Learning strategies •Transformative Learning Text Based Context Based Genre Based Theory of Language Learning • Process - Oriented •Condition - Oriented CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF THE ENGLISH...

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  • Clasrrom Management

    work effectively both in the classroom and when the students complete their tasks at home. 5. Choral responses: working by choral response is an interaction more teacher-centred because teacher introduces choral responding by providing the directions and modeling the procedures by controlling the group...

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  • The Last Song

    book to the 3rd year high school students in the reading development and if it provides the learning goals of each lesson, classified into listening, speaking, reading, grammar, writing and study skills, and values objectives as a tool for learning and living in the highly competitive world. Education...

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  • Casey Study for Education Class

    and needs of the multitude of diverse students entering our schools” (Cline and Necochea, 2003). It also advocates that MES (monolingual English speaking) teachers need to be provided with opportunities to acquire the skills, support, and materials of bilingual or ESL teachers. After all, “‘regular’...

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  • culture shock

    essay of between 1500 and 2500 words arguing for a position on one of the following topics. You should be able to discuss the topics using only the texts and your class notes, without using secondary material. CLAS 2100 ONLY: Write an essay of between 1750 and 2750 words arguing for a position on one...

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  • Reading Aloud

    Brinton, and Goodwin (1996) because of the controlled and therefore slightly unnatural texts that are often used; these do not neccessarily help pronunciation in spontaneous speech(cited in Gibson,2008, 30). These texts usually edit redundancy, fragmentation, and incompleteness which feature in everyday...

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