Which SHMs should students bring to lessons?
Found in: Forms & Organization
Susan M., Canada
I am looking for ideas on how your students organize their printed SHMs and what you ask them to bring to the lesson. When I started teaching in SMD, I had each student bring in a binder with dividers to create sections for each level/program. Many of their binders are full now and I need to give them some direction. I’ve recently introduced Level 3, the Read ‘n Play workbook, Accompaniment Variations, Tune Toolkit, and Songs for Children – that exist alongside Levels 1-3 and Accompaniment 1.
Cate R., Australia
I only gets kids to bring in their Notes book and Playlist, and Reading Rhythm and Reading Notes when they are up to it as they have to do some writing.
Maureen K., California
I just have them bring Reading Rhythm/Notes and Read ‘n Play, if they are up to those, and any fake books they might be using. Most of them buy everything electronically and don’t print anything. I have hard and electronic copies in my studio that we use while they are here.