Chapters:
1. A career in teaching music
2. Instrumental teacher
3. Music leader / community musician
4. Schools and colleges teacher

'Teaching is like no other job. It is as inspiring, challenging and unique as each child you teach. It's a career that genuinely does make a difference.'
Government web site www.useyourheadteach.gov.uk

This workbook covers many aspects of the variety of work involved in music education, in particular:

Instrumental teacher - Guitar teacher - Vocal coach - DJ tutor
Community musicians or music leader - Workshop leader in a youth centre or school
School or College teacher - Teaching the national curriculum and running the school orchestra, choir, or rock band in school. Part-time college lecturer, teaching A level and HND music technology subjects

Each chapter contains its own specific project, with comprehensive web links and reading lists. Extension activities are also provided for students who can move quickly through the project work.

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pP 28-29 spacerpp 54-55 pp 58-59
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teaching music
  1. Different types of work
  2. Key activities in music teaching
  3. Training for Teaching Map
  4. How do I become a teacher?
  5. What financial support is available?
  6. Cultural issues
  7. Legal issues
  8. Economic issues
  9. Political issues
  1. Instrumental Teacher
  2. Skills and knowledge
  3. Learning styles
  4. How to set work and mark it
  5. Group and individual teaching
  6. What do I teach?
  7. Lesson plan
  8. Applied theory
  9. Performance techniques
  10. Rehearsal techniques
  11. Reflective practice
  12. Preparing for work
  13. Business planning
  14. Marketing strategy
  1. Community Musician / Music Leader
  2. Skills and knowledge
  3. Learning styles
  4. Reflective practice
  5. Business planning
  6. Marketing strategy
  7. How to deliver a workshop
  8. Ice breakers/ Introductory activities
  9. Working with a group
  10. Workshop plan
  11. What do I teach?
  12. Preparing for work
  1. Schools and Colleges Teacher
  2. Skills and knowledge
  3. Learning styles
  4. How to set work and mark it
  5. Group and individual teaching
  6. Reflective practice
  7. What do I teach?
  8. Preparing for work
  9. Assessing work

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