Violinist and pedagogue Shinichi Suzuki’s philosophy was that talent is not inborn; it can be gained through proper education. Suzuki Method took off after the second world war and has achieved great success. Method, which starts children at a very early age, is also referred to as the “Mother Tongue Method”. The age of starting to play an instrument in classical music education is 7-8 but it decreased to 3 with the Suzuki Method. The main aim is to reach pre-schoolers and develop their skills in the most appropriate time. The success of the Suzuki, which takes the family into one-to-one education, arises from the fact that it focuses on family-student-teacher interaction at every stage of the education. With this structure, music is naturally involved in the development of the child and becomes sustainable. This research has been prepared through literature review and it examines the importance of instrument education constituents of the Suzuki Method and its effect on student motivation.
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Yayımlanma Tarihi : 25 Eylül 2020
|APA||Sak Brody, Z . (2020). Suzuki Yaklaşımı Örneği İle Erken Yaş Müzik Eğitiminde Motivasyon . Manisa Celal Bayar Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 18 (3) , 44-51 . DOI: 10.18026/cbayarsos.584813|