Sight-reading skills aren’t just important in states that include sight reading in their evaluation contest – or just in the weeks preceding contest. They’re vital to every student, every day. Improved sight reading results in heightened awareness, better listening, and more accountability in the ensemble.
Asa Burk is the associate director of bands at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas. In this archived webinar, Asa expands on his recent sight-reading blog post with additional tips you can put to use today.
You Will Learn:
- How to customize your sight-reading plan
- Asa’s suggestions on a timeline for implementing your plan
Watch the “Teaching Sight Reading Throughout The Year” Video: