Practice Tracker Suzuki Model
Sep 08, 2009
The violin is a demanding instrument to play. Regular practice that is consistent will keep your spirits up when it comes to such a challenging endeavor! Having a way to keep track of your practice helps keep you organized and will help you streamline your results if you practice exactly what your teacher has assigned.
This practice tracker is designed to follow the Suzuki Model of learning:
The sheet leaves ample room on the right for parents to write notes during the lesson. The chart on the left is to be filled in with the assignment to practice. The skinny boxes are for students to check off (color, put a sticker) each day they practice that item.
Remember to share your completed chart with your teacher at your next lesson. Also – parents and teachers should double check that the correct assignment was written down before the lesson ends.
When a student is ready to take their own notes I recommend the Practice Tracker.
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