Creating Our FYE 1220 Final Exam

Questions by Oberazzi.For our Final Exam in FYE 1220, Mackenzie and I would like your help. Let’s develop a list of what you consider to be the most important things you’ve learned, and then turn that list into multiple choice questions. You’ll find out in class which categories you’ll need to write questions for. (If you were not in class on the day we assigned categories, you can see your assignment in Final Exam Question Assignment.)

Your questions are due before class on Monday, December 1. This assignment counts as part of your participation points in FYE 1220.

Start Writing Questions (clicking this link will bring you to the page where you will enter your questions and answers).

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  1. If this is the first time you’re teaching then I would stick with a book that you are familiar with, maybe you still have the book you began on? If not, then there are many method books you can choose from. . . If you have an idea of how to start, look over books like Strictly Strings, All for Strings, String Explorer, Muller-Rusch, etc. These are ideally for homogeneous classroom settings but can be easily used for teaching privately. They tend to be clearly understood and not too intimidating for your student. Starting with these first, then you can start to add books as you become more familiar with them, such as performance and etude pieces for you student, Suzuki book series or Wohlfahrt etudes for violin.. . Good luck!)i(where can i get private drum lessons in lafayette louisiana?

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