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Tutor profile: Steve S.

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Steve S.
Music Tutor/Teacher for over 6 years.
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Subject: Music Theory

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What is one way to find the relative minor of a major key on a piano?

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Answer:

You can find the relative minor by moving down 3 half steps (a minor 3rd) from the Major keys starting note. Example: If finding the relative minor of C Major, I would start on C and move down 3 half steps. This would take me to the note A. Thus, A minor would be the relative minor of C major.

Subject: Music

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what are the standard tuning notes on a guitar from the top string to the bottom string?

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Subject: Education

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What are 3 differentiation strategies you would use when teaching a lesson to a large class of students who all learn best in different ways?

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I would differentiate the lesson by providing multiple means of: representation, engagement, action and expression for the students to choose from in order to grasp concepts and skills taught within the lesson.

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