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What does a lesson with Yousician look like?

Teachers are using Yousician in so many different ways, it would be impossible to list them all here. A typical lesson could look something like this:

  1. At the beginning of the lesson, have your students use the built-in tuner to tune their instruments.
  2. Start by having your students play some of the song(s) you assigned as homework last time.
  3. Learn something new. Choose something from our syllabus, the collections, user-created songs, or create your own exercises.
  4. Work on skills. Slow things down in Practice Mode, or focus your students on specific parts of a song with the looper.
  5. Alternate between the melody and rhythm paths (or classic and pop for piano), and keep things balanced and interesting for students.
  6. Play some of the games invented by other educators in your class. If you come up with your own way of using Yousician, let us know.
  7. At the end of the class (or after your students already left) you can assign homework for them to practice on their own before next lesson. Task them to spend time practicing by collecting stars, assign specific songs (including your own) or have them perfect skills and concepts you taught earlier.

The only limit how you use Yousician with your students is your creativity. Teachers invent new games and fun ways to use Yousician all the time. Let us know how you use it.

We’re always keen to hear your feedback so we can make Yousician the best tool for you.

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