Meeting SEN in the Curriculum Music by Victoria Jaquiss, Diane Paterson


Meeting SEN in the Curriculum Music by Victoria Jaquiss, Diane Paterson

This book includes: making sure that instruments are accessible to all; how to teach musical notations; coordinating and supervising individual and group work.

About the Author

Victoria Jaquiss is a SEN specialist for Music based in Leeds. She has received a fellowship of the Royalty Society of Arts for her work in musical notation; Diane Paterson works as a Inclusive Music Curriculum teacher with Leeds Music Support Service. She also works for the Yorkshire Association for Music and Special Educational Needs. She has been a secondary music teacher for seven years.

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160 pages


Victoria Jaquiss, Diane Paterson
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David Fulton Publishers Ltd an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd

Publication date

18th June 2005



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