Need Daily Review Chart

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Tina Raimondi said: Aug 28, 2011
Tina Raimondi
Suzuki Association Member
Violin
Wilton Manors, FL
26 posts

I seem to be missing any more copies of the review chart that has columns of pieces for each day of the week. I tried to look around here to see if anyone has posted a pdf or word document version of it, but can’t seem to find it.

Can anyone help me out? I want to hand it out in lessons this week.

Thanks!

Alissa said: Aug 28, 2011
Alissa Rieb
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Suzuki in the Schools, Viola
61 posts

Do they look typed with violins in circles on some of them?  I think that’s from Mauer’s training and I might have them in my teacher training from NAU…

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Diane said: Aug 29, 2011
Diane AllenViolin
245 posts

Here it is!

http://www.myviolinvideos.com/blog.php?id=30

Smiles! Diane

Diane
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Videos of student violin recitals and violin tutorials.

Tina Raimondi said: Aug 29, 2011
Tina Raimondi
Suzuki Association Member
Violin
Wilton Manors, FL
26 posts

Thank you Alissa and Diane. Alissa, do the combined circles make a violin shape? I believe I have that one, but I don’t use it often

The one I am searching for is more like Diane’s—I believe it has the seven days of the week heading columns at the top and students are supposed to play all the pieces in each column on that day up to the last piece they know. Thank you for sharing your download, Diane.

Diane said: Aug 29, 2011
Diane AllenViolin
245 posts

You’re welcome!

Diane
http://www.myviolinvideos.com
Videos of student violin recitals and violin tutorials.

Barb said: Sep 2, 2011
Barb Ennis
Suzuki Association Member
Cello
678 posts

There are more at The Practice Shoppe. (See “Practice Guides”).

Barb
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Paula Bird said: Sep 4, 2011
 
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Piano, Viola
Wimberley, TX
386 posts

I think I saw that same review chart by the day of the week, and it’s not the one in the Maurer book. I just made up my own. I did 7 columns, and then I put a Twinkle variation in each column, then the next song, etc., until I was done. However, I think I would do it differently if I did it again. For one thing, I would not do anymore than 6 columns, to allow for the lesson day to be free. I think I might do the chart with maybe 4 days, and call it columns A-D.

I have some creative studio parents who make up their own review charts, with all the songs listed in the left column. Then they color code various columns and rows. The child then is asked to pick a song to review in all the colors. This technique fit this particular child, who was more visually sanguine than other students.

Paula E. Bird
TX State University
Wildflower Suzuki Studio
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Sue Hunt said: Sep 7, 2011
Sue Hunt
Suzuki Association Member
Viola, Violin
390 posts

I like variety, so I spice up reviews with a card for each piece instead of a chart. This way you can customise it for the needs of each child by slipping in extra cards for the pieces which need extra attention. If you use record cards, at least 5″x3″ in size, you can fit in the relevant teaching points, as well as the title of the piece.

Shuffle the cards and aim to move them from an IN pile to an OUT pile by the end of the week. Some kids like to put a sticker on each card as it’s completed. When all the cards have hit the OUT pile everyone that I know, including me, appreciates a little reward of some sort.

Then just shuffle and start again.

For younger Book 1 children, go through the pile every day and let them enjoy the shuffling and choosing.

Music in Practice

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