Cormack:

What To Practice: new chords for “Help”, changing chords for “All Together Now”

How Long To Practice: 15 minutes a day

How Parents can support Practice: make sure that Cormack forms the chords properly. For All Together Now make sure all chords are strummed the right amount of time.

Simon:

What To Practice: the opening licks for “Bloody Well Right” using memory and the tabs from the internet.

How Long To Practice: 30 minutes a day

How Parents can support Practice: make sure Simon has a consistent time and place for practice. Ask Simon to show you some of the songs he has learned over the last year.

Felix:

What To Practice: review “Flying Home” by Charlie Christian. This is to remember the language of jazz guitar improvisation. Also practice “Royal Garden Blues”.

How Long To Practice: 30 minutes a day

How Parents can support Practice; ask Felix to play the solo for “Flying Home” for you after listening to the song with him first

Sam:

What To Practice: “My Girl” and the jazz bass line I wrote out

How Long To Practice: 30 minutes a day

How Parents can support Practice: watch Sam practice the jazz bass line and see that he is playing all the right notes.

Kiran:


What To Practice: “Highway To Hell” and “Back In Black”

How Long To Practice: 15 minutes a day

How Parents can support Practice: have Kiran play “Highway To Hell” along with the youtube video. Look at the sheet and see if Kiran is playing all the chords correctly.

Yaya:


What To Practice: strumming for “If I Had A Million Dollars”

How Long To Practice: 15 minutes a day

Josh:

What To Practice: chords and first solo for “Comfortably Numb”, first licks for second solo

How Long To Practice: 30 Minutes a day

How Parents can support Practice: listen to make sure that Josh’s timing is right. Make sure all chords are played the right amount of times

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