It is far too easy nowadays for music students to forget how their lesson went... sometimes even within minutes after their lesson is over.
Here is a simple page music teachers and students can use to highlight the successes from the lesson as well as some areas that still need improvement.
I instruct my students that they must wait until they get home (or at least into their parent's car) to read the review. Students are naturally eager for approval from their teachers, so when they read the "What did you do well?" section, it really motivates them to practice. It also makes them more receptive to the "What do I still need to work on?" section.
And of course, using this sheet (along with the Weekly Lesson Goals for String Students sheet) keeps lines of communication open with parents.
I normally print this and the Weekly Lesson Goals back-to-back. Use these two products alongside the Music Journal.
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