Suzuki Viola Progress Charts for Books 1-4

Eliana Haig
Grade Levels
Not Grade Specific
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  • PDF
6 pages
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Eliana Haig


As a Suzuki teacher, have you ever experienced the panic and confusion of forgetting which piece your student is on? Or, perhaps you have been trying to take notes on students' lessons and there just never seems to be enough time before the next student arrives?

I created these spreadsheet-style charts to keep track of my own students' progress in my large Suzuki viola studio. There is a listing for each song in the book, as well as common scales and etudes that go along with the Suzuki repertoire. I have left several lines on each chart blank, so you can modify the chart for your own teaching. In the future, I do hope to offer an editable .PDF, so please feel free to message me or leave feedback if that is something you might be interested in.

I have found it invaluable to be able to see, at a glance, what piece my student is currently learning, how long they have been on their current piece, and how long it has been since we did review of a certain song or technique. Using this chart has given me much greater peace of mind and organization in my teaching and helped me to shape an individualized learning plan for each student. I hope you enjoy this product. Please follow my store to get updates on my latest string teaching products.
Total Pages
6 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Semester
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