TTQ-04 Keeping Children Interested During Lessons

Children can be pretty difficult to teach guitar so this guide will give you three basic ideas to keep in mind to help you keep children interested and motivated during lessons. Apply these tips properly and your job will become a lot easier when teaching children.

What happens when things go wrong

One of the worst experiences you can suffer through as a guitar teacher is a child student who doesn't practice, doesn't pay attention and gets bored within the first five minutes of the lesson. The truth is most of the times when this happens it isn't the child's fault. With a slight modification to how you teach, you can easily change this habit. Even the best guitar teachers can fall for this trap and if you have ever experienced one of those students before you will know the frustrating feeling it creates. This guide will help you prevent it from happening.

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