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European Suzuki Association

Teacher Training & Examinations Manual

Revised April 2016

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9

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53

Teaching

Evaluation will be made as follows (

ORGAN tbc

)

DOUBLEBASS, SECE, FLUTE, GUITAR, HARP, MANDOLIN, PIANO, RECORDER, TRUMPET, VIOLA,

VIOLIN, VIOLONCELLO

a.

Knowledge of teaching points

b.

Communication of teaching points

c.

Teacher/pupil/parent relationship

d.

Philosophy

VOICE - Teaching

a.

Lesson format

b.

Knowledge of teaching points

c.

Teacher/pupil/parent relationship (Communication)

d.

Motivation of pupil

e.

Quality of feedback to pupil

VOICE - Conversation

(Oral Examination)

a.

Suzuki Voice Program

b.

Philosophy

c.

Physiology of Voice (Voice Pedagogy)

d.

Playing Skills

Listening skills

(

ORGAN tbc)

DOUBLEBASS, GUITAR, HARP, MANDOLIN, PIANO, VIOLA, VIOLIN, VIOLONCELLO

Pertaining to both Performance and Teaching - the identification of errors, e.g. Incorrect dynamics

and articulation

FLUTE, RECORDER, TRUMPET

Pertaining to both Performance and Teaching - the identification of errors, e.g. incorrect dynamics,

breathing and articulation

SECE

Pertaining to Performances, Teaching and parent/child interactions

Viva Voce

Candidates will be required to answer questions on Philosophy and on the Teaching Points for the

appropriate level. They will also be required to demonstrate their knowledge of how to conduct a

lesson with a child and a parent.

Course Assessment by Examiners

Assessments may be taken at the time of examinations. Examiners will provide a report with

written comments, but there will be no pass or fail. A full examination for the level must be taken

before proceeding to the next level