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Michelle Wheeler, BMusEd, MMus
In this 10-week course students will learn to read basic music notation on treble clef using the recorder as their instrument.
Students will learn to read basic music notation in the treble clef while learning to play the recorder. Students will learn approximately 20 songs throughout our ten weeks together. During class students will begin with a warm up that focuses on technique and fingering, followed by music reading (theory) learning, and a song. We will practice proper practice techniques, proper tone, posture, and musicality. By the end of the course students will have the confidence to write their own piece...
Students will be able to identify the following terms by the end of the class: Treble Clef, Repeat Sign, Half Note, Quarter Note, Whole Note, Staff, Quarter Rest, Whole Rest, Half Rest, Eighth Notes, Time Signature, Tie Students will be able to identify at least 5 notes on the staff along with the fingering to match. Students will be able to play approximately 20 songs by the end of the course. Students will be able to write an 8 measure song using three notes and a minimum of 3 different note values.
Michelle holds a Masters degree in Flute Performance and Bachelor degree in Music Education. During her masters degree she performed on the baroque flute and studied baroque performance practice, including the recorder. As a music teacher Michelle loves to help students explore music and learn to love it as much as she does.
2 files available upon enrollmentStudents will require a soprano recorder. I recommend selecting a wooden recorder to use as the sound is much more pleasant and easy to play but a plastic recorder will work as well for the class. Wooden recorders- You can usually find wooden recorders at your local music store and online for just over $20. Plastic recorders- Aulos and Yamaha student recorders are best if you are able to find them and usually cost under $20. Students will receive a 5 page method book to print out along with the pre-test to complete prior to the first class. Details will be posted in the classroom.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Younger students may need you assistance to help set up and in their initial practice efforts. The more support you can provide to them initially in their practice, the more successful and confident your child will be.
Meet the teacher
Michelle Wheeler grew up with a passion for music in any form. With the encouragement of her band teachers she flourished as a flautist and continued on after high school to complete her Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Regina....
$120for 10 classes
1x per week, 10 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
Completed by 5 learners
Live video meetings
3-9 learners per class