Table of contents for Teaching music in the urban classroom : a guide to survival, success, and reform / [edited by] Carol Frierson-Campbell.

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Contents
List of Tables.....................................................................................................v
List of Figures...................................................................................................vi
Acknowledgements ............................................................................................vii
Introduction 
Carol Frierson-Campbell .............................................................................1
Part I Cultural Responsivity.....................................................................................20
1 Defining Ourselves as Other: Envisioning Transformative Possibilities 
Cathy Benedict.........................................................................................20
2 Cultural Clashes: The Complexity of Identifying Urban Culture
Donna T. Emmanuel..............................................................................36
3 Building Confianza: Using Dialogue Journals with English Language 
Learners in Urban Schools
Regina Carlow........................................................................................51
4 White Teacher, Students of Color: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy for
Elementary General Music in Communities of Color
Kathy Robinson.....................................................................................65
Part 2 Music Teacher Stories..................................................................................90
5 The Challenges of Urban Teaching: Young Urban Music Educators at Work 
Janice Smith........................................................................................90
6 Teaching Music in Urban Landscapes: Three Perspectives
Carlos R. Abril.....................................................................................115
Part 3 Teaching Strategies.....................................................................................144
7 Motivating Urban Music Students
Elizabeth Ann McAnally..........................................................................144
8 Differentiating Instruction in the Choral Rehearsal: Strategies for Choral 
Conductors in Urban Schools
Daniel Abrahams...................................................................................158
9 Building an Instrumental Music Program in an Urban School
Kevin Mixon........................................................................................167
10 The String Chorale Concept
Jeanne Dolamore....................................................................................178
11 he Small, Big City in Music Education: The Impacts of Instrumental 
Music Education for Urban Students
Karen Iken...........................................................................................197
Part 4 Alternative Teaching Models ..........................................................................213
12 A New Sound for Urban Schools: Rethinking How We Plan
Frank Abrahams and Patrick K. Schmidt.......................................................213
13 sic of Every Culture Has Something in Common - and Can Teach Us about 
Ourselves: Using the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method
Edward Green and Alan Shapiro..................................................................225
Conclusion Music Educators in the Urban School Reform Conversation
 	Carol Frierson-Campbell..........................................................................
About the Authors............................................................................................
						

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Music -- Instruction and study.
Education, Urban -- Social aspects.
City children -- Education.