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Blog EntryBlog: Monday, June 6, 2011

Spring Goals reflection

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1) Describe how well you accomplished each of the three goals you set at the beginning of spring semester.
Indicate your student ID, Orchestra, and class period before your entry. (Follow the example)
Retype each goal, followed by your reflection. 

2) Describe your plans for maintaining or improving your skills during the summer. 

*To find your submission from the beginning of the semester, go to the discussion thread, type Ctrl+F, then type in your student ID number. 

Example: 

32578 Orchestra 1 (Period 5)

Spring Goals Reflection
1) Keep my right pinky rounded and flexible.
    -I reminded myself to check my pinky 70% of the time for the first two weeks. My pinky is still not rounded all the time, but I improved in that I remember to think about it when I practice at     home but not in class.
2) Have excellent intonation on all half steps by being aware of my finger spacing.
    -My second finger has improved in 1st position immensely. It is now either touching the first finger or the third finger and not floating in between the two. 
3) Be able to count and play syncopated rhythms with a metronome without help from others.
    -I can now write down the counting for, clap, and subdivide any syncopated rhythm involving half notes, quarter notes, and eighth notes. I still get confused with some sixteenth note passages. 

Summer Plans for Improvement:

Posted by Pin Chen at 2:53 PM
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