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There is lots of piano teaching method and each one has its strengths and weaknesses Now I am going to inform you about the most common three methods for children Alfred Suzuki Amadeus First of all the Alfred method uses visual things such as colored pictures and graphics using software compact discs and or cassettes is the newest updated one in this method Piano Teaching Method 1 As you know a picture is the greatest friend to children and it helps them even adults like us to understand something a lot easier Additionally it could grab childrens attention more easily and quickly than a verbal explanation For example you can make a little card to show the scale or the relationship between notes It is going to be helpful because students can look at it over and over If you add colors or some pictures to that it also would be helpful to get students interest This method gives students strength in reading intervals and seeing the intervalic relationship between notes Piano Teaching Method 1 However it might cause students to play by totally relying on position playing instead learning how to read the notes because it uses the concept of position playing Piano Teaching Method 1 In other words students memorize the hand position fingering but not read the notes And some people point out that the major composers should be presented to the students at a much earlier stage than is typical in this method Piano Teaching Method 2 This method is recommended for very beginning teachers who need a certain prepared lesson plan to follow and once the teachers become more comfortable and get to know about different methods they are urged to expand from this method Piano Teaching Method 2The Suzuki method you probably heard this concept a lot This method was applied to teaching violin originally by Dr Shinichi Suzuki but it now is applied to piano teaching
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