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Music Fundamentals: Learning the Bass Clef and Notes {Grades 3-7}

We will learn to read the bass clef and the notes found on it, which are used by the piano, trombone, bass and cello, among other instruments.
Gail's Piano School (BA Music Education, TESOL)
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35 minutes
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Meets once
9-13
year olds
3-4
learners per class
per learner

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Class Experience

1) Draw the Bass Clef
2) Learn Musical Alphabet
3) Learn notes on spaces and lines
4) Learn phrases to help student remember the note names.
I have taught children, preschool through high school, for over 25 years.  I have a Bachelor's in Music Education with an emphasis in voice, and  have played piano since I was 9 years old. I enjoyed accompanying many of my fellow Music majors for their juries (finals) in college.  Knowing the basics gives children the confidence to pursue their favorite instrument and that's an amazing gift. I am patient and encouraging and love to engage with my students in a very positive way.  I look forward to teaching your child.
Review the information for 10 minutes per day until the student can remember all the notes (lines and spaces).
2 sheets white paper (or music staff paper), a pencil and eraser and a ruler.
Informal assessment by the teacher. 
35 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.

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Gail's Piano School (BA Music Education, TESOL)
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Lives in the United States
Experienced, Engaging & Fun Teacher who is a Lifelong Learner
79 total reviews
131 completed classes

About Me

Hello!   I have taught pre-school through high school students for over 25 years.  My bachelor's is in Music Education and I am a certified TESOL teacher for speakers of other languages.   I am passionate about a happy learning environment. ... 
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