Re: [Harp-L] learning in sequence
That's a good one. "Step & Repeat" came to mind for me (I do work in printing... ;)
> Musical Simon!
> Based on the game http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_%28game%29
> On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 12:17 PM, Robert Hale <robert@...> wrote:
> > When a student doesn't capture a new sequence with slow-down
> > and repetition, I use another method that really helps:
> > EXAMPLE
> > 8 notes in a pattern, played without regard for timing (yet)
> > SEQUENCE
> > I play the first note, student copies back to me
> > I play 1st and 2nd notes, copy
> > 1st, 2nd, 3rd notes, copy
> > add one note after each successful pass
> > THEN apply rhythm and timing
> > RESULTS
> > Students enjoys their own progress and recognize their ability to learn.
> > Later in the lesson hour I may ask for that line again, to test recall.
> > HELP?
> > I could surely use a short name identifier for this method. What would YOU
> > call it?
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