Guest alliecat93 Posted June 3, 2003 Report Share Posted June 3, 2003 I keep a notebook of all the correction that the class, or I personally, get. I review the notebook everyday before class so I can hopefully not make the same mistake again. Sometimes it's really hard to remember everything, and then I feel so bad when I make the same mistake again. I realize that people make mistakes more than once, but if I had written it down I probably wouldn't have done it. Do you think it would be okay to bring my notebook to class with me? (It's one of those little ones with the cover that flips over) When the teacher is trying to find new music between combination I could quickly write down the corrections form the previous exercise. How would you feel if a student did this in your classes? I would of course, stop writing immediately when I shouldn't be writing. I would do this between the combinations at the barre and then after class I could just write down all the corrections I remember for center. Should I just ask my teachers before class starts if this would be okay? If this is something that wouldn't be appropriate in class, please tell me so I won't look silly asking! ;) Thanks for your help! Quote Link to comment
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