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Patricia Baser

another dreadfully boring blog about camp!

June 25, 2007 at 12:23 AM

Oh, it's another exciting day at camp. My eyes do tend to glaze over after a few hours of lectures(we do lots more observing tomorrow), and I don't always agree with everything, but here is what we accomplished today.

Day 2 of Suzuki Book 1 training-Today we did lots of "my-turn, your turn" activities. We discussed the foot chart and first lesson activities for a 4 yr old. We also discussed how to help students find a good position for their violin and not skipping the step of holding the violin w no hands
Some first "songs"-plucking the E & A for the "pop" in Pop Goes the Weasel. I learned a new song: Eek, eek, eek,all the little ants, ants, ants, they are going down, down, down, way into the ground, ground, ground. We also tried some pre-left hand work which is designed to strenghten hand muscles and which leads to development of a descending A major scale.

And we even played our Twinkle Variations (ooh-ahh). And to add to the excitement, I created folders on my computer for all of my lesson plans for the school year. Gotta get it done though. Such an exciting life!!!

From Anne Horvath
Posted on June 25, 2007 at 2:07 PM
I don't think your blogs are boring. I am not a Suzuki teacher, and I have enjoyed reading about what The Others are doing...Thanks!

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