I base my classes around the students ability to learn... We a tree e all differ. T and require different teaching methods.
People learn best when they enjoy what they are doing. I take a practical approach to your development where you learn with guitar in hand and with songs you like.
I like to find out the students likes and inspirations and steer them towards their own goals and also share my insights and experiences.
I approach teaching the guitar in an easy no nonsense way providing you with all the basics you will need to begin playing songs.
I can teach the most basic method of playing guitar
I like to focus on practical methods over theory but I still mix the two to provide a solid foundation of knowledge and skill. I believe that focusing on practical methods over theory in the beginning ensures my students stay interested and motivated to learn their instrument.
My teaching method is that I like to be one on one and interactive with the student as it gets the best out of them
I try to find out where my student wants to go in their music. A founda tion in how chords & scales relate to each other is a must even if the student doesn't want to read music. That has been my experenice in playing the guitar.
i enjoy teaching people wiling to learn and who will put in effort to practice.
I teach guitar in both group settings as well as one to one. After many years playing and teaching, I have discovered easier ways to learn guitar which are both fun and effective - combining some basic music theory along with learning actual songs.
As a composer I try to impart the rewarding songwriting technique of Counterpoint to my students. I also get my students to understand the chord progressions and scales used within the pieces they like to learn. I encourage a strong focus on the music of The Beatles as well as other 60's and 70's band.
i normally start all my guitar students with chords. because to enjoy playing guitar you need to feel it first. after that they will have to go trull line and spaces to know how to read music on sheet.
Most lessons will go like this: First, we'll just talk, just chatting for a bit. Then, we'll do warm ups and tuning, then we'll probably either learn something new in the endless mystery that is music, or we'll play a game or song, either way we will end up doing both. At this stage we'll probably talk about musical tastes, and maybe individual tunes from songs that you know.
Musical futures pedagogy, composition at first lesson, note Reading , incorporating technologies in a Mac environment. Examinations and audition preparation.
My teaching method are based on basic lesson. And i love to teach for a beginner musician.
My Tecahing method is getting involved and learning for yourself by experiencing it and then having the theory to back what you’ve learnt
Catering lessons to Musicians to their specific requirements and needs, Genre or Technique Specific studies etc.
I am an open minded male with a conscientious nature. I have taught a range of students: young or old, different ethnicity, male or female, beginners to advanced. I can offer solo, duo or group session (maximum 5). The length of the lesson is dependent on the individual but either 30 minutes or an hour.
I can cater to all styles and genres but I have the most experience in teaching beginner to intermediate students.
Using a Reggio Emilio philosophy of utilising the student's interests to advance in playing and reading music for guitar and percussion.
Am a music creater composer arranger singer multi instrumentalists i sing i do sound engineering too. Video edition is one of my job too.
Learning scales, developing your ear - recognising major and minor chords , muscle memory - repetition.
My teaching meathod is very simple I try to concentrate on students weak areas and try to cover them up by paticular lessons
I primarily gear my lessons towards those who are willing to learn and practice. However my course would depend on the desired genres which the student is wishing to learn. For more classical/jazz/blues related genres I would mostly encourage sight-reading practice in addition to genre-specific techniques such as finger picking, complex chords, non-conventional time signatures, etc.
I have different ways to teach, you can ask me face to face to teach or online. You also could choose how long to learn. Half an hour for one week twice or one hour for one week and so on.
Everything is based on my ears and sounds I hear, and I'll know from there what is missing..and thats where i know what to do or to work on, in music.. instruments and vocals.
I do not believe that there is only one right way to learn music. The influences and goals that shape one's musical path are different for everybody. As such, I believe that each individual's education should be tailored to them and their needs. I design all lesson plans on a case by case basis to help you become the musician you want to be.
My teaching method is based on YOU. The first two classes will take you over the basics, and over the course of those classes, I will estimate what kind of a teacher I should be for the most effective learning learning session.
I am a current, first-year WAAPA student studying a Diploma of Music Industry. I've played as lead/rhythm guitarist in several bands, regularly gigging various local venues since 2013.
I focus on the needs of the student. Every student is different and will require a different method to grasp the instrument. There is no one size fits all, and I hope that I can make the experience easy to digest and enjoyable to attend.
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