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Inspiring ideas - How to Teach Whole-Class Instrumental Lessons : 50 inspiring ideas

Author: Kay Charlton, Prepared for publication by Collins Music
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 01-10-2020
ISBN: 978-0-00-841291-3
Pages: 64

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How to teach Whole-class instrumental lessons presents 50 diverse ideas for teachers of every instrument.

The ideas are concise, easy to implement and tackle everything from repertoire to behaviour management. Whether you’re new to teaching or a seasoned practitioner, this practical handbook offers fresh and varied ways to invigorate lessons with any group.

Reviews
  • ”'Instrumental music teachers should all have a copy of this book in their instrument cases! It provides a good range of activities, but also outlines the thinking behind them, and supports progression and development too. We have been waiting for a book like this, and this one certainly fits the bill -and does so very well indeed.”- Professor Martin Fautley, Birmingham City University
  • ”'This fantastic book is just what is needed for the inexperienced or aspiring whole class ensemble teacher, and will be a welcome addition for those with more experience as well. There is much sage advice, based on Kay’s many years of experience in teaching WCET and running education workshops and teacher training. Covering a wide range of important subjects, from setting up the space and preparing to play through to building a curriculum, planning a lesson and teaching creatively and musically, the writing is well grounded and up-to-date in its pedagogies and professional practices.”- Tim Palmer, Head of Music Education, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance