Well. I guess i have a standard method for which i previously prepare lessons, following specific aims on the medium-term and specific goals for the individual lesson. I am trying to approach music in unconventional ways and make sure music is being experienced purely and in the most deep and spontaneous way.
Teaching will be based on the student. Every student learns at his / her own pace and I will take that into consideration. Lessons will be based on learning and mastering different guitar techniques such as tapping, sweep picking, and tremolo picking. Also, we will work on ear training.
I base my classes on fast tract learning sessions the quick get to know your guitar method so you learn the ins and outs of guitar, how chords are built, progressions,chord forms and the boxes to play in and out of each key simply using scales that make you play like a professional would. I teach fast tract Technics and exercises you need to do to strength your hands to be able to play like a pro.
I base my lessons on the skill level of the student I am working with and what kind of musician they would like to be. I believe for a beginner player, learning the basic chords and honing in on rhythmic patterns and an understanding of timing are very important.
Methods depend on individual student needs, level and interests, yet may include...
My teaching methods are built on a modern approach that utilizes the technologically advanced world we live in. Lesson plans are completely catered to each student, emphasizing the enjoyment of the instrument in hopes to build a passion that can be carried forward for the rest of your life.
my teaching methods will bring you through a series of different techniques and approaches to playing the guitar. I will go through a series of finger exercises to improve dexterity, bring you through different levels of musical theory, and of course learn your favourite songs.
I start classes by giving the student a fundamental understanding of how the guitar works, and learning what type of music you are most passionate about. This foundation leads to a basic learning routine to build proper technique, to quickly jump into learning your favourite songs and eventually writing your own music.
I structure my lessons on a student-by-student basis, but always with the underlying strategy of building good playing habits, and preparing students to be ready for the next level. My students all learn how to read, write and understand music.
Many of my inspirations come from early blues/bluegrass, classical and rock musicians, such as Bill Monroe, Muddy Waters, CCR, Ferdinando Carulli, Metallica, Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd ect. I believe everyone and anyone is capable of acquiring the art of music through determination and the willingness learn. All students contain untapped potential, seeing that spark is my greatest passion.
I have a variety of methods that I use: 1) go by the book 2) show and tell - chord progressions, theory and reading 3) tips for basic preparation for practice away from the lesson - what you do at home counts 4) mentoring - other musicians and song genres
My teaching method is same as music schools. I start with teaching the basics, such as teaching my students how to read notes, how to hold the guitar, then I start to teach them easy classical pieces to play. primarily, I teach classical guitar to my students, besides it, I teach them jazz style to build a strong technical foundation.
My teaching methods are always focused around student-driven learning, and I strive at all times to maintain a relaxed, welcoming, and encouraging atmosphere in my teaching spaces. My intention is to make students feel that education can and will work for them by ensuring that I remain patient, adaptable, and enthusiastic as an educator.
I can teach you how I approach guitar. I can also teach you how to practice and create good learning habits. I can provide resources for you to improve to an intermediate level. I specialize in Jazz chords and technique.
I am easy going, very communicative and want to make sure my students get the best experience possible. I don't want to teach them things that will never make them want to sing, or pick up a guitar (or bass guitar). I will tailor my music lessons specifically to my students and what they want to learn to ensure that they are happy, and want to keep advancing.
Compassion and patience are key. I see no point in students feeling as if what they've done is wrong, and believe that anything can be accomplished with time and effort put into it.
My teaching methods will be based less on theory and more on physical skills, such as finger picking, hammer on's, harmonics and over all finger style methods and techniques that will allow you to reciprocate most songs you know or can think of.
I customize music lessons for each individual student focusing on good technique, rounded playing abilities and functional theory. With some of the ‘hacks’ (as my students like to call it) I’ve been able to help hundreds of players achieve their goals in much less time than they thought.
my own teaching tech is easy to understand i begin with the knowledge of the instrument and some basic example of what the student can do with the guitar, and through simple questions to the student to know his level of skill in the guitar and help him to get the confidence to undertake, the conscious and harmonic study developing his manual dexterity and encouraging the reading of musical...
I learned to play using YouTube videos, so I tailor my teaching to the student's. There is no proper way to play, only the way you're most comfortable with. I love teaching songs such as worship songs and chord progressions.
I believe firstly in hands-on teaching. All my students have to have an instrument that they bring to a lesson, and we will practice and learn in real time. I don't mind sending students home with some homework, but only after they have sat with me and practiced some of the techniques.
I base classes on theory and practice. Music Theory is strait forward. Practice lessons are learning to play popular songs on guitar. The actual stage experience makes me a real thing compared to others. The classes are meant for beginners, intermediate and advance.
I teach guitar as a stress relieving tool. I insist my students block out the world and get lost in the realm of creation and diversity. Practicing and playing guitar is equivalent to meditation if done correctly.
My teaching methods are whatever you feel like learning whether it's scales, chords, or just freeform jamming. We could also discuss music and see where you we go from there sometimes its great to see what you are into rather than what you wanna play.
I like to start with a fun piano course such as the Alfred's all in one piano method. Then I can add the RC repertoire if the student wishes to learn that method later on. I like to teach children and adults theory and music pieces on piano.
My teaching methods vary depending on the client. Sometimes I will teach a client a full hour guitar lesson, whereas some prefer to do 30 minutes guitar, and 30 minutes of theory.
The first thing I say to a student is that there are only twelve notes in music that you need to remember. As cynical as that may seem, I find it is the most effective way to help a student understand what it is that makes music so special. My goal as a teacher is then to show the student how to use these twelve notes to achieve the sound they want.
My structure is pretty simple, I teach one technique at a time and we learn to implement it in a simple progression, master it and move on to a more advanced one as any teacher would do! I tend to push further and give you things to practice your fingers, I can also teach off my time whenever you need as we keep contact! I will share tabs to practice what can't be thought from a webcam to webcam...
I try to have some structure and have each lesson directly related to the final goal of learning the basics on guitar. i also dont mind just being there and helping out if you are learning your own personal songs from the internet.
I will base my classes off of where my students interests are. What genres they are interested in and what they want to do. Starting off with the basics, and getting their fingers used to pressing into the strings. Teaching them how to properly stretch their hands allowing full motion. Slowly moving them into basic music theory and scales.
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Perfect! Comment from my 13-year-old son (Sean's student): "My teacher, Sean, has done a good job of teaching me how to analyze music in my opinion. He asks me questions to make sure I understand what we’re doing as well as answering any questions I have....
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