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The concept of an “open throat” when singing may be baffling for new and aspiring singers. Read more at: http://tips.how2improvesinging.com/open-throat-infographic/

Good breathing technique is crucial for voice control when singing and every self respecting singer should learn and master this technique. Singers will never

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Get this great 11" x 17" poster for your band room today! The poster is professionally printed on high-quality matte-finish paper.

Get this great x poster for your band room today! The poster is professionally printed on high-quality matte-finish paper. "I'm shook because this is FOR CHOIR ROOMS.

background made from paint chips, letters cut out form scrapbook letter stencils.  Center says "Bring it when you sing it" and top and bottom are reminders of what to do when you want to "bring it"  :)

Poster for my future Choir Room: background made from paint chips, letters cut out form scrapbook letter stencils. Center says "Bring it when you sing it" and top and bottom are reminders of what to do when you want to "bring it" :)

Discover how breathing for singing is different from breathing at rest: http://tips.how2improvesinging.com/breathing-for-singing/

Discover how breathing for singing is different from breathing at rest. Additional tip is learn how to stomach breathe. Eg, lay on your stomach and breathe using your stomach muscles to lift yourself up, now use these muscles while standing.

behavior contract, behavioral management contract

Try out these classroom behavior management strategies on those little knuckleheads. Progressive discipline, using student planners, creating behavior contracts, more.

Using Positive Reinforcement as a Classroom Management Tool at the Secondary Level

Stop negative behavior in your classroom before it starts by reinforcing your expectations and recognizing positive student behaviors. With two simple tools, I successfully managed student behavior at the secondary level. A ticket system and "shout outs"