Module 5 Practice
The best way to do your practice is to use My Practice Assistant which is available free on your dashboard. Click the practice tab above and then select replace Current Active Routine (your old one will be saved in Inactive Routines). Then go to your dashboard (link top right of screen) and then select the Practice tab - and off you go!
Here’s a breakdown of what a typical 20-minute practice session should look like to practice everything you’ve learned in Lesson 4:
- 2" Finger Stretch
- 1" C Chord Perfect
- 1" Chord Perfect on (what's the struggle?)
- 1" OMC Am to C
- 1" OMC C to Em
- 2" Strumming (any patterns, working on timing)
- 2" Come As You Are riff fun!
- 10" Song work
You’ll be ready to move on when...
- You can get around 30 chord changes in one minute
- You’ve memorized all of the chords you’ve learned so far – A, D, E, Am, Dm, Em and C
- You’re feeling more confident with rhythm and are fairly consistent with keeping the hand moving, preferably with a metronome
- You can get through the Come As You Are Riff (not perfect, just got through and had some fun wth it!)
- You’re able to play at least one song (that uses the C Chord) decently, well most of the way through
- LESSON STEPS -