Are you looking for a few extra (but simple) tools to help you with your new journey into online teaching?
Here’s one you may have not even considered!
A free compilation of 48 of the best music-theory videos from all over the web is available to you here on Piano Pantry.
How can this video-series help make your life easier over the coming weeks?
The videos have been leveled into four sets based on the rough/general order in which concepts are introduced in most piano methods.
You will be able to quickly and easily access videos that can help reinforce new concepts your students may be learning. Here are a few examples of videos in each set:
- Key names and the music alphabet
- How to draw the treble and bass clef
- Landmark notes
- Skips alphabet on the staff
- Sharps, flats, and naturals
- How to build major and minor triads
- AB and ABA Form
- Chord inversions
- Circle of fifths
- Scale degree names
- Augmented intervals
- Double sharps and flats
Before, during, or after your online lesson, grab the link and text or email it to students/parents. (If you use a program such as Tonara, simply attach a link to the video in a theory lesson assignment. Easy!)
Should these videos replace a lesson?
Are they an easy and fun way to provide additional e-learning to your students?
Access the video series here.
Here’s a screenshot showing a few videos that are included in the series:
If you’re interested in having a way to keep track of what videos you’ve assigned to each student, find the 2-page guide that accompanies this series in the Music Labs Shop or simply add it to your shopping cart now.
P.S. All music labs are studio licenses so you can print it as much as you need for your students.
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