What did you enjoy about the experience?
What was the most challenging aspect of your Twenty Time project?
What is one thing you learned about yourself by participating in your Twenty Time project?
What are you most proud of? Why?
What lessons did you learn from your successes?
What lessons did you learn from your failures?
What is one thing about this project you believe you’ll remember for a long time to come?
What is something the teacher could have done to make this project better?
I really enjoyed getting to play another instrument, and although it was a drag sometimes, I did like learning a challenging song. Speaking of challenging, the most challenging aspect of my project was making time to practice, because I hardly had time to practice my main instrument. And I learned that I set pretty high goals for my self, because I had to adjust my goal in the middle of my project. I am also not very good at getting myself motivated. I am most proud of the fact that I have a part of a song memorized because that means I can play it anytime, anywhere. From my successes I learned that I have not forgotten the piano as much as I though I had. From my failures I learned that chords are really hard, and the only way to get better is to practice. I believe that I will remember how to play that first page for a long, long time, and I also want to keep working on the parts I didn’t get to. When we were starting our projects, maybe Ms. Wittman could have told us the previous year’s students’ regrets so that we could have chosen our projects more wisely.