Fender Play is a great resource for instructors who could use assistance or guidance when planning and choosing material for lessons. Having curated content allows you two options for lesson planning:
- Follow a path using the levels and courses on the site to help you sequence your own lessons.
- Identify an area to focus on during your lesson, find a course on the topic you want to teach and use Fender Play as a way to reinforce the skills you are teaching.
Example – Before a lesson:
You have an intermediate beginning student who is working on rock/blues material and is ready to start learning rock/blues soloing.
How can Fender Play help?
The course “End It with a Shredding Solo” can be your lesson blueprint. The course teaches the Am pentatonic scale in the fifth position, then shows how to come up with licks from the scale and play them over a 12-bar blues progression.