Webinar for Note Reading with ACE Groups

Learn all about how to teach music reading with ACE groups.

If you have seen the recent ACE activities I posted recently but you’re not exactly sure how to teach note reading with ACE grouping, teacher to the teachers Elizabeth Gutierrez, is presenting a workshop tomorrow, April 20, 2021 at 10:00 CST.

Elizabeth says if you have students who could use rapid improvement in note-naming, intervallic reading, and keyboard orientation, then this webinar is for you.

There is no quick and easy way to learn how to read music notes by intervals on the grand staff. But I have found using the groups of ACE is the easiest for the majority of my students to remember, especially those that seem to have the most trouble. Plus, since A, C, and E are skips, they also get a head start in learning intervallic reading. ACE is a pattern, and patterns help children learn.

I’ve attended this workshop and it was eye-opening. It changed my approach to teaching note reading.

If you would like to attend this webinar, purchase your ticket here:

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