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Piano Pedagogy 2
PIANO PEDAG 2
CLASS CODE: MUSIC 265B CREDITS:  3
DIVISION: PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS
DEPARTMENT: MUSIC
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: The course prepares the student for field experience within a piano studio teaching situation, not only acquainting the student with a general framework of the extant literature for the piano (with an emphasis on the intermediate teaching literature) but also introducing the student to a variety of pedagogical approaches.
The course is designed primarily for majors. However, any student meeting the course prerequisite is welcome. Grades are prorated accordingly.
DESCRIPTION: The course prepares the student for field experience within a piano studio teaching situation, not only acquainting the student with a general framework of the extant literature for the piano (with an emphasis on the intermediate teaching literature) but also introducing the student to a variety of pedagogical approaches.
The course is designed primarily for majors. However, any student meeting the course prerequisite is welcome. Grades are prorated accordingly.
TOPICS: The class will be presented in the form of lectures (both from the instructor and students) with appropriate demonstration of musical examples from the literature of the piano.
OBJECTIVES: Students will develop stylistic understanding of the pedagogical literature available for intermediate piano teaching.
REQUIREMENTS: Complete assignments and examinations for each of four units.
PREREQUISITES: Designed primarily for piano pedagogy majors, students enrolled in the course should have a performance competency level that will enable them to adequately participate both in performance and basic theoretical analysis of the music. The course is open to non-majors with an interest in teaching in the home.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: January 2003