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Uke Can Do It: Introduction to Ukulele (Age 7-11)
In this one-time class, students will be introduced to the parts of the ukulele, how to hold the ukulele, string names, and chord C.
Kristina Sisco, M.A.
4 total reviews for this teacher
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No experience is necessary, however students should have a soprano or concert ukulele to use for this lesson. Students will learn the parts of the ukulele, how to hold the ukulele, the names of the strings, and the C chord. Students will apply their knowledge of the string names by playing various open string workouts set to various tracks I created. Students will also have the opportunity to play along with an animated score so they can see the notation they are playing. Students will...
Students will be able to label all parts of the ukulele. Students will be able to name the strings and play various workouts on each string. Students will be able to strum the C chord and play along with a well known song.
No homework is required for this lesson.
1 file available upon enrollmentA one page handout will be provided. Students will need a pencil. Students will need a soprano or concert ukulele for this lesson.
Progress will be monitored through ongoing informal assessment.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kristina Sisco, M.A.Elementary Music Teacher and Choral Director
4 total reviews
12 completed classes
Hello! My name is Kristina Sisco. I am a full time music teacher in a public school district where I teach 5th and 6th grade general music, including recorder and ukulele. I also direct a school system choir made up of almost 200 4th, 5th, and...