Firstly, you should be very clear about your motivation for wanting to play the guitar. Do you have a genuine passion for the instrument? Or are you learning because you think the guitar is cool, or you like the idea of being able to impress others with your playing skills, or you think you’ll be able to join a band and make tons of money?
An additional idea for a Letter N activity is to make name art. This is a wonderful activity because it helps the children to learn how to write and read their names as well. Read “Name Art Projects for Kids” for some good suggestions. You could also just simply help each child make a name sign (for their bedroom perhaps) using letter stickers and/or cut outs.
Make learning interesting for your students, so that they are not intimidated by the thought of learning English. Talk about local topics, and ask them to contribute to the conversation.
This download comes complete with month and week calendars, 3 different english teachers forms to fit your individual needs, and a variety of forms for unit planning, daily assignments, spelling and vocabulary words, library books, bible verses, reading log and chore charts.
These are only a few of the things that student teachers have to observe as they begin to teach for the first time in their life. Listening and working with a good teacher can go a long way in helping the student teachers development.
Decide on the age group you want to teach. What kinds of hours would you be comfortable working? If salary is not important to you, get in touch with volunteer organization who will arrange for your food and accommodation.
If you follow my instructions to avoid the mistakes above, I want you to know that you are doing a great job in getting your child past the challenging early stages of music education. The main point is to get involved and stay engaged in your child’s music education and development. By doing this, you’ll find comfort in knowing that you’re doing all you can in helping your child.