#1
I'm starting a guitar program at a summer camp for this year and I need some help with what my curriculum should include and where. I'm going to be having kids come in once a week for anywhere between 2-8 weeks (I know....) and there are going to be kids of all different levels so here's what I was thinking:
Absolute Beginners:
How to hold, strum etc.
String names
Open/Power Chords

Beginner/Intermediate
Notes on strings
Beginning Theory

Intermediate/Advanced
Help with songs they're learning on their own


Does anyone have any suggestions as to something I'm leaving out or something I should/shouldn't be doing?

Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
#3
Inform them about the 5th fret and move swiftly on to whammying without a whammy bar.

They'll be shreddin sawdust off the fretboards in no time.
#4
or you could just give them all laptops with a link to UG, and tell them "have fun, this is how I learned"
#5
Eight string sweeping and ten finger tapping.
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oh yeah? well larry king the slayer guitarist owns bc rich guitars. (i think)
#6
Quote by Green_Jelly
Eight string sweeping and ten finger tapping.


too easy, teach them 11 finger tapping

*whips out schlong*