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Full Voice Music Blog

Welcome to the FULL VOICE Music Teacher Blog! We are passionate about sharing great resources and inspirational articles for the inspired vocal music teacher (that’s YOU!) Your comments and ideas are always welcome.

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Student Engagement in the Voice Studio

August 30, 2022 
Engagement is far more than simply "paying attention" but the degree of curiosity, interest, excitement, and motivation in learning.
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No-singing Voice Lesson plans

The NO SINGING Voice Lesson

August 13, 2022 

What do you do when your student can’t/shouldn’t/won't sing? How about a no-singing lesson?

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Halloween Lesson Plans for Voice Teachers

August 3, 2022 
With fun costumes and decorations, the dramatic season makes it easier to engage students in learning new exercises and repertoire.
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Compliment Cards and Post-Recital Regrets

May 15, 2021 

I found that compliment cards help to reassure students and parents that there are many beautiful moments in a performance. This feedback lifted the energy of the post-recital lessons. Students are inspired to continue working on performance skills. Parents are reassured about their investment in lessons! AND What a lovely way to build support and community within your teaching studio.

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Teaching Harmony Singing to Beginners

April 22, 2021 

Helping our students learn to sing harmonies starts from the very first lesson. Here are some teaching strategies, lesson ideas, new songs and free resources that make it fun and engaging.

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Song Study Lesson Plan: Wolf in the Forest

April 9, 2021 

Age-appropriate repertoire makes a difference. Here are activities for a private singing lesson plan using Donna Rhodenizer’s new song: Wolf in the Forest. These teaching strategies can work for both in-person and online lessons.

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Where is the FUN in your Voice Lesson

Where is the FUN in your Singing Lesson?

February 16, 2021 

Play-based learning is powerful. It is how we learn. (Fun fact: ALL of us, not just the kids. There is no cut-off age for the effectiveness of play-based learning. Even your super moody teens and your career track young adults will benefit from activities that make them smile!)

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Halloween Lesson Plan for (Online) Small Group Classes

October 8, 2020 

There are endless ways to encourage our singers to explore and warm-up their voices using the characters of the spooky season.It includes movement, ear-training, vocal explorations,and new music. Here is my 45-minute lesson plan for my Singing Class Club (5 singers, 8 to 10 years of age)

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Engaging Online Lessons: Using screen share and annotate features in your voice lessons.

August 14, 2020 

Using Share screen and annotate features in your online lessons can clarify your instructions and keep students of all ages engaged in your voice lesson. (Also, super fun!)

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