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Teachers Resources #1 Ten ways to Practice the major scale (with your student)

 The purposes of this meticulous,  innovative resource for teachers are as follows:

1) as a way to accompany students whilst they are learning scales - so it is more fun for them, rather than playing alone - to keep them more engaged and interested

2)  as a way to make the scale more like a miniature piece of music, to be treated that way, not just as something tedious for an exam or something unpleasant to get past.

3)  as a way of keeping the teacher stimulated and inspired so he/she can transmit that positive energy feeling to the student. 

 This is a 36 page instant PDF download.

The exercises  shown in the video below are presented in 12 keys in the PDF


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    A great way to make scales more fun

    Scales can be boring. There are many different ways to pratice scales, but Nick's Teacher Resource turns the scales into music. Scales are now less boring when teacher and student can play together. Thanks, Nick.