(Part 3) The #1 Teaching Tool I Cannot Live Without
My Top Teaching Tool – Focus Activities
This is the 3rd video in my series of “My number one teaching tool – Focus Activities.” Today’s one minute video features Coke-Pepsi. This video takes you from rhythmic echo activity to playing and improvising on the piano.
Watch the video and find out how we add “Coke and Pepsi” to “Canon in D.”
- Students echo back the opposite word pattern.
- Teacher says: coke, coke, pepsi, pepsi
- Student says: pepsi, pepsi, coke, coke
- Concepts: Steady beat, quarter and eighth
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The activities are Dalcroze based and always require creative, quick and spontaneous reaction from the student.
If you would like to learn more about Dalcroze Eurhythmics, please visit American Eurhythmics Society website. I regularly attend their workshop and always have an amazing experience each time.