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|L31||L32||L33||L34||L35||TEST 1||TEST 2||TEST 3||TEST 4||TEST 5|
An introduction to the piano.
High notes and low notes.
Finding middle C.
Pictorial notation for middle C.
|L3||Repeating short rhythmic patterns based on words.|
|L4||Replacing pictorial notation with note-heads and simple staff.|
|L5||New songs introduced using existing concepts.|
Two, three and four count holding notes.
Repeating short rhythmic patterns based on number counts.
|L7||New songs introduced using existing concepts.|
|L8||Double notes (playing one high and one low note at the same time).|
|L9||Directional note sequences ascending and descending from middle C.|
|L10||Directional note sequences ascending and descending to middle C.|
|L11||Finger numbers for the right hand. Right hand middle C position.|
|L12||Finger numbers for the left hand. Left hand middle C position.|
|L13||Directional double note sequences.|
Playing middle C position notes by finger number out of order.
Saying the musical alphabet.
|L15||Playing songs by finger number in middle C position.|
|L16||New songs introduced using existing concepts.|
|L17||Saying the backward musical alphabet.|
|L18||New songs introduced using existing concepts.|
Grown-up notes (adding stems to note-heads).
Enhanced staff with extra step lines.
Saying the musical alphabet forward and backward.
|L20||Keyboard letter names (relating the musical alphabet to middle C position).|
|L21||New songs introduced using existing concepts.|
|L22||Half notes replace two-count holding notes.|
|L23||Whole notes replace four-count holding notes.|
|L24||Practicing recital songs.|