How to teach Instrumental & Singing Lessons

Paperback

How to teach Instrumental and Singing lessons presents 100 diverse ideas for teachers of every instrument. The ideas are concise, easy to implement and tackle everything from scales, sight-reading and performance anxiety to group teaching, special needs and business practicalities. This practical handbook will invigorate lessons with any pupil.

Whether you’re new to instrumental teaching or a seasoned practitioner seeking fresh inspiration, you’ll find a wealth of practical and relevant ideas in this dip-in handbook.

RRP: £13.99

ISBN

978-1-4729-2739-2

Publication Date

02-10-2017

Format

Paperback

Pages

128 pages

Dimensions

129x198mm

Author

Karen Marshall and Penny Stirling, Prepared for publication by Collins Music

Penny Stirling is Director of Yorkshire Young Musicians and one of the UK’s leading figures in instrumental teaching. She regularly acts as adjudicator, examiner, consultant and Professional Development leader in the UK and abroad, and holds a Fellowship at the Royal Northern College.Karen Marshall is a successful instrumental and classroom teacher based in York. Specialising in multi-sensory music teaching, she trains teachers across the UK on teaching students with special needs, regularly writes for Music Teacher magazine and is co-author of the acclaimed Get Set! Piano series.

Product Description

How to teach Instrumental and Singing lessons presents 100 diverse ideas for teachers of every instrument. The ideas are concise, easy to implement and tackle everything from scales, sight-reading and performance anxiety to group teaching, special needs and business practicalities. This practical handbook will invigorate lessons with any pupil.

Whether you’re new to instrumental teaching or a seasoned practitioner seeking fresh inspiration, you’ll find a wealth of practical and relevant ideas in this dip-in handbook.

ISBN

978-1-4729-2739-2

Publication Date

02-10-2017

Format

Paperback

Pages

128 pages

Dimensions

129x198mm

Product Description

How to teach Instrumental and Singing lessons presents 100 diverse ideas for teachers of every instrument. The ideas are concise, easy to implement and tackle everything from scales, sight-reading and performance anxiety to group teaching, special needs and business practicalities. This practical handbook will invigorate lessons with any pupil.

Whether you’re new to instrumental teaching or a seasoned practitioner seeking fresh inspiration, you’ll find a wealth of practical and relevant ideas in this dip-in handbook.

Author

Karen Marshall and Penny Stirling, Prepared for publication by Collins Music

Penny Stirling is Director of Yorkshire Young Musicians and one of the UK’s leading figures in instrumental teaching. She regularly acts as adjudicator, examiner, consultant and Professional Development leader in the UK and abroad, and holds a Fellowship at the Royal Northern College.Karen Marshall is a successful instrumental and classroom teacher based in York. Specialising in multi-sensory music teaching, she trains teachers across the UK on teaching students with special needs, regularly writes for Music Teacher magazine and is co-author of the acclaimed Get Set! Piano series.