Webpractice in the classroom

WebPractice in the Classroom

http://www.webpractice.co.uk

School music practice demo on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0vk_l2lBZ4&feature=plcp …

WebPractice combines contemporary multimedia technology and traditional music conventions to really make the teaching of classroom instrumental performance as efficient, effective and enjoyable as possible. It is so easy to use and the results are stunning.

WebPractice can be used to teach a whole class of recorder players from an Interactive White Board or a smaller group from a single computer. Additionally WebPractice is available at home giving the pupils a great learning platform. The need to buy music books is drastically reduced which is better for the schools, the pupils and even the environment.

WebPractising is never boring or lonely resulting in quicker and greater improvement with music reading developing naturally.

Often what the teacher has taught during a lesson is forgotten and practice takes place with incorrect rhythm and tuning if the teacher is not there to correct those mistakes. Practice then becomes a very negative experience.

When WebPractising the melody can be heard, and turned off when no longer needed. The WebPractice Beat Counter helps the pupil keep time.

The Music Cupboard shows the tunes available and short examples of the accompaniments can be heard. The list will grow each month with tunes for recorder and other instruments such as percussion, flute, trumpet, clarinet and violin.

Parts for a classroom ensemble are included for some tunes.

WebPractice is available for use both in the Classroom and at home via the Internet.

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