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Author(s): Julia A Brady Jenner
American Cinema: Movies and Magic discusses how filmmaking began, industry pioneers and the formulas that led us to the films we’re making now. It’s an appreciation of those who came before us, creating that magic for the films we enjoy today. The text allows students to appreciate film genres, filmmakers and the technique of creating films, from a passionate perspective and with a more conversational writing style.
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Author(s): James D Siddons
Hymn Supplement for Music Appreciation and Music History provides musical examples from the tradition of Christian hymnody to illustrate topics typically found in college-level textbooks covering music appreciation, music history, and worship studies.
Each of the twenty-six hymns is represented by a facsimile from a hymnal of the day and age when that hymnic example was in practice. Thus the students are introduced to both the sound of a type of religious song, and the way it looked in print at that time.
Author(s): GRANT MANHART
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This unique and student centered approach to a standard university Music Appreciation text was developed by Dr. Grant Manhart during 20 years of teaching at Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota. This approach has shown elevated student engagement, student enjoyment, and evidence of both conceptual and factual learning.
Author(s): Sarah Beth May
Music Fundamentals: An Introduction is perfect for any introductory music course. It outlines the basics of music in an easy to understand format and provides a hands on learning approach.
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Author(s): Sandy Guinn
My Sketchpad was written as a result of my students’ inability to properly engage with a blank sketch book. Students clearly struggled with the numerous blank pages that were calling out for content. It became clear that it was too big of a leap to expect students to engage with an empty sketchpad after being hand fed content to draw throughout their college experience. What concerned me further was the knowledge that the majority of college students stop creating art once they leave a college setting. It is my hope that the prompts inside My Sketchpad