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Music workshops structured in small groups allow both the teachers and the students to work with modalities which are different from the dynamics of a classroom setting. The teacher’s ideas are immediately re-elaborated by the students who participate, manipulate, and create whittin the actual group. A group that is so unified and harmonious can give life to new forms of education through the adoption of teaching methods and techniques that differ from traditional unidirectional teaching, such as the integration of the more timid children of the class. The participation of the children is substantially more dynamic and spontaneous and through the use of recreational activies, one is able to explore the many aspects of the world of music.
The musical proposals are coordinated by the teacher and assigned gradually to the students – from simple activities, to allow the children to get acquainted with one another and to stimolate student participation – to more complex activities which leave room for the creativity of the single child as well as and the group.
The children’s curiosity towards various aspects of the musical world are stimulated in addition to their ability to manipulate texts, vary rhythmic arrangements and to invent musical, motor and expressive games.
The activities are primarily oral and active. The teacher provides worksheets and summaries as well as rythmic tracks and texts of songs.
The teacher chooses and orients her activities according to the requests and the approval of the group and adjusts them according to their difficolties and their results.
The activities are held for brief moments with children seated their desks in a classroom environment, but for the most part, they take place in classrooms with the children positioned on a big area rug that allows for circle games, movement-based games and activities with small rhythmic and melodic instruments.
The students observe experiments and phenomenon regarding light and energy. They will learn how to form an hypothesis and to better understand the theories and the scientific laws which regulate them.
The students will have a chance to experiment and to reflect upon the numerous functions of the body’s organs through theorical analysis and specific experiments wich will make them aware of their vital importance. In addition, by using a scientific approach they will be able to broaden their knowledge of specific chemical phenomena.
Moreover, the students wull be able to observe certain organisms under the microscope that they wouldn’t normally see with the naked eye.