There are several ways to use Fender Play while teaching in-person lessons:
- Use a Fender Play video to re-engage a distracted or tired student. Sometimes just changing the delivery method is enough to re-connect students to the learning process.
- If something isn’t working in your lesson, use Fender Play as a way to modify your approach, pivot to a new topic or provide a different way to demonstrate a skill.
- Immediately teach a song that you don’t know. Fender Plays library of songs gives you the option to teach them mid-lesson instead of waiting until the next lesson.
Example – During a lesson:
You just finished teaching your student the Twelve Bar Blues and they ask you what songs include the Twelve Bar Blues so they can play it in a song.
How can Fender Play help?
You go right to level 5 in the Rock path and look for the song that follows the course titled “Show Off: The Twelve Bar Blues”. There is a perfect B.B. King song listed next up in the path called “Why I Sing The Blues”. You open the lesson and both of you watch the five minute course, after which you both practice playing the song for the remainder of your lesson.