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Students love games and it’s a fun way to get a technique across while keeping the class light and lively.
As a proud member of the JHUI Level 3 class of ’15, I still remember the moment when I was just about finished with the program. One of the final steps of completing the program involves making your own differentiated Big Band Arrangement.
Making music involves a number of different skills, which is why we employ a variety of teaching strategies to help our students learn. A big part of it should definitely be using our ears!
Before JHUI, I was primarily a self-taught player, and taught a standard “paint-by-numbers,” chording and strumming method.
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Developing a Good Rhythmic Strum | Jody Wood offers practical advice on helping students to develop one of the most important techniques in ukulele playing: a good, solid strum.
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