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Let's All Listen: Songs for Group Work in Settings that Include Students with Learning Difficulties and Autism Paperback – 15 Dec 2007

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  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers; Pap/Com edition (15 Dec. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1843105837
  • ISBN-13: 978-1843105831
  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 0.8 x 28 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 717,229 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I thoroughly recommend this title. You don't need to be a music expert to use it, the songs are easy to learn and fun to sing. Good quality resources are of paramount importance in teaching, and this is first rate. -- Good Autism Practice Written by Pat Lloyd, a qualified music therapist and teacher, this complete resource contains activity guidance and a collections of songs specifically written with the needs of students with communication problems in mind. A vocal line, piano and guitar accompaniment plus suggestions for how each song can be sued and developed can be used by specialist and non-specialist music instructors. Included a CD featuring all 46 songs. This really is a delightful book and can be used as it is or as a spring-board for the most able student to develop their own words and music. Every avenue has been succinctly covered by Pat Lloyd, (who is a qualified music therapist and teacher) from the songs through to activities a comprehensive guide to the theory behind such methods of learning. I am happy to recommend this book both as a tool for learning and recreational purposed. -- Times Educational Supplement Enjoyable and easy to use, this is an ideal resource for specialist and non-specialist music instructors working to improve the communication and social skills of students with learning difficulties, including those with additional autism. -- Education Today

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I thoroughly recommend this title. You don't need to be a music expert to use it, the songs are easy to learn and fun to sing. Good quality resources are of paramount importance in teaching, and this is first rate. (Good Autism Practice)

Written by Pat Lloyd, a qualified music therapist and teacher, this complete resource contains activity guidance and a collections of songs specifically written with the needs of students with communication problems in mind. A vocal line, piano and guitar accompaniment plus suggestions for how each song can be sued and developed can be used by specialist and non-specialist music instructors. Included a CD featuring all 46 songs.

This really is a delightful book and can be used as it is or as a spring-board for the most able student to develop their own words and music. Every avenue has been succinctly covered by Pat Lloyd, (who is a qualified music therapist and teacher) from the songs through to activities a comprehensive guide to the theory behind such methods of learning. I am happy to recommend this book both as a tool for learning and recreational purposed.

(Times Educational Supplement)

Enjoyable and easy to use, this is an ideal resource for specialist and non-specialist music instructors working to improve the communication and social skills of students with learning difficulties, including those with additional autism. (Education Today)

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On the whole the songs and the ideas in the book to accompany them are very good. The songs are short and easy to learn. There is also sheet music for those who can play an instument. I work with students with PLD and PMLD and have used the songs successfully with them. I have found them particularly useful for developing early communication skills. My only criticism is if you need to use the CD all the time because you are unable to play an instrument it would be better if there were silences where names are sung so that different names could be inserted.
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