NAF | Ukulele
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This Ukulele Workshop is a one-time lesson where participants will learn the basics of the Ukulele. It will cover the fundamentals such as how to hold the ukulele, how to strum, how to read the chord charts and how to play common chords. By the end of the workshop, participants should be able to perform at least one song on the Ukulele. Ultimately, this workshop will equip participants with the ability to continue learning the ukulele independently.


At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:

– Read chord charts
– Perform two songs on the ukulele
– Have an increased appreciation for music (playing, performing and listening)

Conducted by:

NIE Visual and Performing Arts Academic Group


The NIE Visual and Performing Arts Academic Group offers programmes at degree, diploma, postgraduate diploma and graduate (coursework and research) levels which aim to provide student and serving teachers with theory and methodology for designing and conducting Arts education lessons in either primary or secondary schools.
The programmes are designed to upgrade and update student and serving teachers’ Arts knowledge and experience through practical studio sessions and theoretical seminars, so they can function effectively as Arts educators. We offer courses in arts education that ensure that as a teacher and as an arts practitioner, learning the arts and learning in the arts develop intelligence, confidence and innovation. Therefore teaching theVisual Arts, Music and Drama can be an exciting way to develop young people and nurture their talent and interest.