lesson. Monday , August 28th , 2017 - 05:20:24 AM
Well, those are nine of the imporatant lessons that I have learned during my time in business, there are hundreds more. Being in business is a huge learning curve that never really stops, learn a new lesson every day and let your business blossom.Every year, thousands of people enter piano lessons, but only a handful learn enough so they can enjoy lessons later themselves. Since we now know that anyone can learn piano--it's not 'rocket science," why would this issue still persist? Of course, on the surface, the problem appears to be a 1) talent issue, and/or a 2) motivational issue. When normal people begin lessons, in the absence of any specific identifiable personal pathology (e.g., personality disorder, psychosis), then stop lessons while still beginners, it is assumed that the decision to drop out is due to either psychosocial factors (lack of motivation), or due to lack of some natural musical talent. This is diagnosis by exclusion and it is irrational. Why? because it is not that insensitive or inappropriate tests have been used to understand this "mass exodus" from lessons; it is because there have been NO TESTS to ascertain the problem. In science, it is always necessary to try to document the presence of psychosocial factors that can (A) put a halt to lessons, or (B) transduce psychosocial perceptions of threat into somatic symptoms, anxiety or maladaptive behavior (e.g., avoidance) independent of any type of percieved talent. Unfortunately, this type of examination is not being done to date.
Probably the biggest question is what to choose a piano or a keyboard. Lot of people have different opinions on this, but one thing is for sure: playing the keyboard is easier.
Students identify the slope of a line and graph aline with a given slope. Graphical representations on the black board make the task of the teacher easy in teaching the slope of a line in the classroom.21STCentury Lessons: A Boston Teachers Union Initiative offers resource for this topic.
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