The Music Teacher's Handbook The Complete Resource for All Instrumental and Singing Teachers

by Mark Stringer

The Music Teacher's Handbook The Complete Resource for All Instrumental and Singing Teachers Synopsis

The Music Teacher's Handbook is a handy reference guide for all instrumental and singing teachers. It provides practical answers to real issues faced in a modern teaching environment. This is an easy to use manual and acts an invaluable 'dip-in' resource. Fourteen chapters, on a wide range of subjects give insights into day to day encounters all written by experts in the field. In addition, ideas and activities for lessons have been incorporated along with a number of photocopiable resources.Other features include helpful checklists, top tips, factsheets and ideas for further reading as well as a comprehensive foreword by Mark Stringer, Director of Performing Arts Examinations at Trinity Guildhall. The chapter headings include: The best way to get a beginner started; A complete guide to planning lessons; Advice about health and safety; Top tips for practising; A realistic look at group teaching; A comprehensive guide to supporting skills; Exam preparation and nerves through the eyes of a senior examiner; How to achieve integrated learning; The psychology of teaching one-to-one and in groups; Arranging music and coaching ensemble sessions; Tips for memorable teaching; Coaching more advanced performers; Advice on teaching those with learning disabilities; and, Your teaching career and it's development.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780571523306
Publication date: 29th September 2005
Author: Mark Stringer
Publisher: Faber Music Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 96 pages
Categories: Teaching of a specific subject, Music: general interest (Children's / Teenage), Music,

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