The MEGA Guitar Teacher Resource Bible

To all Guitar Teachers, now this time YOUR Bible has arrived. I am going to have a detailed description on this because it’s so massive, that just saying it’s 200 pages doesn’t do it justice. All fundamental guitar content for young learners is covered to such a large extent, I decided to just put the full product description of what that entails below. This thing is so beautiful I printed out my own physical copy to put on my bookshelf! But anyway, if you’re a Guitar Teacher reading this today, Merry Christmas! This is my gift to you! It’s Print-Friendly and a valuable life-long tool for guitar educators.

Tutorials: Beginner Tutorials for the Strings, Frets, Parts of the guitar, Strumming & Chord Charts are all included first.

Contents of Chord Studies: Major Chords: C Major, G Major, D major, A Major, E Major, F Major, B Major Seven Chords: C7, G7, D7, A7, E7, F7, B7 Minor Chords: C Minor, G Minor, D Minor, A Minor, E Minor, F Minor, B Minor

Contents of Scale Studies: Major Scales: C Major, G Major, D Major, A Major, E Major Minor Scales: C Minor, G Minor, D Minor, A Minor, E Minor Pentatonic Scales: C Pentatonic, G Pentatonic, D Pentatonic, A Pentatonic, E Pentatonic

Rhythm Studies: Quarter & Eighth Notes in all combinations imaginable, including Tied Eighth NotesStrumming Studies, Beat Studies, Elementary Rhythm Studies & Rhythm Composition Studies. All Rhythm activities incorporate chord & notation studies. Students also engage in rhythm studies in 4/4, 3/4, and 2/4 Time Signature.

Treble Clef Notation Studies: Includes all Treble Clef Notation studies for all notes on the end of the fret-board. Does not include flats/sharps.

Cut & Paste Activities:

Chord Dice Activity: Students cut and paste to create a dice. Dice consists of chords in the key of C Major, and G Major. Dice are then rolled several times by students to compose their song. Dice can also be used to compose in their Relative Minor Keys (A Minor or E Minor). Dice worksheets have chord fingerings filled out, other options are provided for students to first draw circles where fingerings for chords go, as the dice consists of the chord name only, and an empty chord chart.

Cut & Paste Chord Assessment: Chord names are shuffled on the right side, and to be cut out and pasted next to the chord charts on the page without names specified. Multiple versions provided to assess all Major, Minor, and 7 chords.

Games: I can play in 60 Seconds: This game is a chord switching exercise, students work in partners to add up tally’s how many times they can switch between two chords in 60 seconds. All chords are covered in multiple versions of this exercise, as switching between all 1-4-5 chords in major & minor keys including 7 chords are covered.

Tic-Tac-Toe: Tic-Tac-Toe is a more simple starter activity for strumming, or rhythm lessons you’re engaging in with students. Students will choose to be a strum up or down symbol, or will choose to be a quarter or eighth note while playing the traditional tic tac toe game.

Spot The Chord: Students are given a large map of an ocean of chords, and must spot the chords listed at the top of the page. Similar to word search, but dressed up as a “Chord Search”.

This book is also included in the Guitar Karate ~Pro~ Bundle, and my Blues Guitar Curriculum ~PRO~ Bundle. If you’re looking at getting this product along with every other supplemental guitar resource I have available at a 50% discount, I suggest taking a look at those bundles first before purchasing!

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