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How to Train Your Students in SIGHT-READING

How to Train Your Students in SIGHT-READING

About this Webinar –

This webinar is an in-depth discussion on training your students in sight-reading, including:

  • The benefits of training students in sight-reading
  • How to train students in the class room
  • How to train students outside of the classroom
  • Effective materials
  • How to prepare your ensemble for sight-reading at an adjudicated festival
  • Important teaching tips

Our Presenters –

  • Kurt Bauche – Retired Band Director, Farmington School District – Full BioContact Kurt
  • Steve Litwiller – MMEA Mentoring Chair – Full BioContact Steve
  • Joe Pappas – Adjunct Professor at Southeast Missouri State University – Owner and Publisher of JPM Music – Full BioContact Joe
  • Roy D. “Skip” Vandelicht, Jr. – Associate Professor of Music and the Director of Bands at Central Methodist University – Full BioContact Skip

To gain the most benefit, please follow these suggested steps:

Step One – Download the Note Page

Prepare to either type your notes into the Word.doc or Google Doc and save the changes, or write in your notes by hand into a printed copy.

Step Two –

As you view the webinar, we encourage you to take notes as you go along.  Feel free to stop the recording and rewind as needed.

Step Three – Download the Action Plan Template

Choose either format; Word Doc or Google Doc.  After considering the key points that you wish to implement, describe the point in the ACTION BOX select a date for the initial implementation.  Then, select a date that you plan to review and assess the success of the implementation.

Step Four – 

An 80% score or better will result in a Certificate of Completion emailed to the address you provide.  Those scoring less than 80% will be allowed to retake the quiz.  In order to do so, you’ll need to register in the quiz with an alternate email.

Step Five – Review the Follow-up Links and Materials Below

The following is from NPD Webinars:

The following are from The Nottelmann Blog:

The following are important links to materials discussed in the webinar: