4. Have videos that teach the students while you” roam” the classroom.
This way you can help struggling students who are often behavior problems if they are struggling with the music. The Interactive Playing Studio offers multi-screen video lessons, play-along recordings, and much more for every song in the book.
5. Video your classes performing and post the videos on a protected YouTube account.
Classroom teachers love to see and hear their students in a different light. Parents love to see their children having fun at school and doing something really cool.
6. Involve parents and your Parent/Teacher Organization.
Parents are thrilled to see their students learning something “real,” and will support these programs.
7. Perform for parent groups or in the community.
In short, setting up a classroom ukulele program is a challenge, but the rewards for students, parents, teachers and the school community far outweigh the difficulties involved.
11 new chords.
Play and improvise over a 12-Bar Blues Pattern.
More complicated strumming patterns.
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Finger-pick an accompaniment.
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