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1

____ students want to do more than just memorize and ____ are well-motivated and high achievers too, but only to the degree that they have a good personal relationship with the teacher.

Owl; Dolphins

2

A little ____ is definitely a hazard as a student, while ____ students will be prepared for their lessons.

Ape; Bear

3

It is critical to ___ students what it is they are to learn.

show

4

The Dolphin teacher is always looking for a more effective way to _____ ___ ___ _____ __ ____ ____.

bring out the best in each student

5

When an ____ teaches piano they display a technical know-how and would try to find the easiest way to deal with the complexities of piano pedagogy.

Owl

6

Bears tend to be the _____ in music education. They make sure that each student develops a strong _____ in the basics.

traditionalist; foundation

7

The ____ teacher will typically avoid working with beginning students unless a student shows potential for being an outstanding pianist.

Ape

8

The task is to get the student to be____ ___ ____ what the teacher has to give.

ready to receive

9

Lack of ____ is lack of desire.

motivation

10

The concept of ____ is well understood by music teachers.

readiness

11

The Idealist student is receptive, ____, sensitive, and _____ ______.

friendly; emotionally intense

12

The Rational student shows a _____ for knowledge, is highly ____, and has unending questions of “___?”

hunger; curious; “Why?”

13

The Guardian student is a _____ and is usually seen as a “___” student.

conformer; “good”

14

The young ____ student is highly ___, easily _____, likes taking ____ and getting into _____.

Artisan; active; excitable; risks; mischief

15

The Artisan is the ____, the Guardian is the _____, the Rational is the _____ the Idealist is the _____, when using animal names to describe temperament types.

ape; bear; owl; dolphin

16

The easiest method in identifying a person’s character type is giving a ____ or ______, rather than stalk them.

test or questionnaire

17

When we approach a person in a way that is compatible with his or her ____ ____, motivation and achievement of the student go up and problems go down.

character traits

18

The four primary genetically determined character types include:

Artisan; Guardian; Rational; Idealist

19

You can watch _____ beat out cheerleading if you begin to apply certain recent insights into how to teach to different types of learners.

Chopin

20

We should always teach all of our students as if they were going to be ____ __ __ ____ ___ ____ _____ _____.

transferring to an equal or more experienced teacher

21

When remedial work is needed one approach is to give _____ _____ to students who have the same difficulties and weaknesses.

group lessons

22

Additional suggestions for the transfer audition include: 1. Observe the students ___-___ ______ when he plays from his music.
2. Do not require the student to play by _____.
3. Observe how the student _____ and ______.
4. Write ample _____ on the interview and audition forms to help you remember the details of your assessment.
5. Discuss your expectations for _______ _______.

eye-hand coordination; memory; responds and communicates; notes; practice time

23

It is recommended that you hear at least ____ pieces of contrasting styles from any student who has completed some or most of the early method books.

2

24

Identifying _____ motivations and considerations underlying the main reasons for a transfer is the most challenging part of the interview.

secondary

25

The ____ is the most important part of the assessment process.

interview

26

When you receive a _____ you must first confirm it with the ______ teacher.

referral; previous

27

It is a serious breach of professional ethics to _____ or ______ students away from another teacher.

solicit; entice

28

Name 3 reasons why a student might be seeking a different teacher:

1. The teacher has moved, has quit teaching or is deceased
2. The family of the student has moved
3. The teacher is not what the student or parent wants and/or not in the manner in which they believe it should be taught
4. The teacher has dropped the student or recommended the student seek a different teacher
5. The student has progressed beyond the teacher’s capabilities
6. The relationship between student and teacher is unsatisfactory
7. The student likes and enjoys the teacher, but the parent is dissatisfied with the teacher
8. The teacher is not producing “competition winners”
9. The teacher does not “force” the student to practice as much as the parent wants
10. The teacher has raised the tuition, and the parent cannot afford the increase

29

An extensive two-step assessment process is recommended, consisting of an _______ with the student and his parent and an ______ , to determine why the student wishes to transfer and to ascertain his present level of _____ ______.

interview; audition; musical ability

30

The transfer student usually comes with______ _______ that is often a challenge to even the best and most experienced teacher.

excess baggage