In today’s episode, we’re going to unpack the 3-step process on how to teach an integrated music lesson in your studio. Integrated music teaching is based on expanding and deepening your students’ connection to repertoire, so this 3-step process is all based around the repertoire that the student is already learning. Have a listen as we discuss these processes from analysing the repertoire for musical elements, to finding musical connections, and planning activities that integrate different elements.
- The 3-step process for using the IMT learning model in your studio.
- Analysing the repertoire for musical elements.
- Finding the connections and make music learning meaningful.
- Few examples of connecting elements.
- Planning the integration activities.
- Examples of integration activities.
- Two resources to help you implement this in your teaching.
- The Age Old Question – How Do We Make Piano Scales Fun and Relevant?\
- Scaling the Chords by Bradley Sowash
- The Ultimate Guide to Left Hand Piano Styles & Patterns
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