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Four Leaning Styles: Dolphin, Owl, Bear, Ape

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Celia Zhuang

on 27 November 2012

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Transcript of Four Leaning Styles: Dolphin, Owl, Bear, Ape

Four learning Styles Boys: What Difference Does Gender Make Girls develop comparatively strong auditory memory and less-motor coordination remember what they hear better and write more neatly develop large-motor coordination earlier than girls
excel in physical activities such as sports 1.Get to know their learning styles How Questionnaire Questions for students: How old
taken piano lessons before
piano background
other instruments
Favorite things (pets,sports,music style,songs,colors,etc.) Talking with their parents: How long you would like your children to practice every day
What they don't like (bad memorizes)
Will you accompany with them when they practicing Observation: play games with others (10')
cooperative works: four-hands pieces, chorus, accompany with other instruments. 2. Teaching Materials (suggestion) 1) Dolphin:
good at communication, idealist Four-hands piece:
Beethoven 3 Marches Op.45
Mozart 4 sonats
Schubert 4 Hands pieces
Schumann piano solo: Butterfly, Carnival 2) Owl:
intuitive, rational, objective

J.S.Bach: Invention and Sinforias
The Well-Tempered Clavier
Beethoven: Sonata, Bagatelles Op.33 3). Bear
Jugement, Guardian Brahms: Intermezzo
Scarlatti: Sonata
Hydan: Sonata 3. Apes:
Perceptive, Artisan Chopin: Etude, Mazurka, Polonaise
Schubert: Sonata, Imprompto
Liszt: Drei Notturnos "Liebestraum" 3. Music History and Theory Class Let dolphin and owl students be teacher's assistants
give 5-10' presentation to Bear and Ape students 3. Performing Studio Class:
Let Dolphin and Owl students lead everyone to give comments to each performer 4. Individual Lesson Dolphin: ask them their ideas for how to practice one piece
Owl: ask them to analyse the structure of one piece
Bear: Train their abilities of independent thinking--about the fingerings, how to arrange the dynamic changes, wrong notes.
Apes: play more lyrically, sing out the melody Thank you ! Group Lesson prepare: two weeks
Dolphin: presentation one piece he is practicing now
background of the composer
characteristics of this piece
his own idea of how to practice this piece
Part 1 Part 3

Ape: Performing part
Talk about:
What is the difficult part when he practice
What do you think did well in your performance
What can be improved in the future: lyrically, musically, shaping, phrasing, voicing, dynamic changes, articulation, tempo, rhythm. Part 2 Owl Analyze the piece (theory part)
the structure of each part
Part 4 Bear (little teacher) comments for Ape's performing
suggestions: musical and technical What he did well
What can be improved (Group Lesson 1)
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