This episode of the Teach Suzuki podcast discusses the components and focused activities that might comprise a group class.
I discussed many helpful materials in this episode. Here are links to those items:
Shel Silverstein Books
My Favorite Dr. Seuss Books
Go, Dog Go! (Do you like my hat?)
Other Books and Recordings
My Favorite Group Class Teaching Books and items
Plastic Halloween Eyeballs (balance these on the hair and the bow stick)
Links to other videos, podcast episodes, and blog articles
Episode 15: Asking the Right Questions (the power of the “what” and “how” questions)
Music Listening Resource List Article (building your child’s home listening library)
How to Teach a Suzuki Group Class (blog article)
Recipe for Suzuki Review (YouTube) (how to build a consistent and regular Suzuki review program)
The above links are affiliate links, which means that if you click on them, the podcast and blog may receive a small benefit. You are never under any obligation to purchase anything, but if do choose to purchase something and use these links, I greatly appreciate it and your support.
I you would like to visit my previous article about group classes on my blog, click here.
If you are interested in my simple group class planning form, click here for my Group Class Planning Template.
If you have questions or answers or you would like to comment or leave me a voice mail, you can do so at (512) 537-6356. If you would like to send me an email, you may do so at firstname.lastname@example.org. I welcome comments and questions about this episode and am interested in hearing about the perspective of other parents and teachers.
You may find more information and useful articles on my blog at: http://teachsuzuki.blogspot.com.
Until next time,
—– Paula —–
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