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#65499 - 01/05/15 06:50 AM Accelerated PA Book
Bridget Offline
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Registered: 06/17/14
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Loc: Ohio
I am starting a new student in a few days and am just now getting my first "older" beginner student. I happened to have a copy of the Accelerated PA Book 1 and after looking through it I have decided to start her in this series instead of the traditional Primer. However, I'm a little nervous as I'm looking through it. So far every student I've ever had has been a very young beginner that I start in the Primer, or has been a transfer student and we simply pick up where the other teacher left off.
Any seasoned veteran of the PA series have any tips or notes about the Accelerated versions? Do I simply go to the traditional Level 2 book after she finishes this one? It was purely coincidence that I had this series on my shelf after buying some bulk bulks from another poster on here.

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#65514 - 01/06/15 05:47 PM Re: Accelerated PA Book [Re: Bridget]
AmyEliz Offline
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Registered: 11/24/10
Posts: 115
Hello, Bridget. If you look at page 6 of the 2014 Piano Adventures Catalog (a .pdf file can be accessed on the "Home" Page here at the PA website), you'll see that after Book 2 of Accelerated Piano Adventures, the student is prepared to begin Level 3A of "regular" Piano Adventures.

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#65515 - 01/06/15 09:02 PM Re: Accelerated PA Book [Re: AmyEliz]
SharonAdelle Offline
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Registered: 05/26/06
Posts: 234
Loc: Central Valley, CA
When you finish the first accelerated book you will know if you want to move on to book 2 of the accelerated or then slow down a bit and go into 2A of the regular series. 2A will be a little easy for them, but it's much better to be too easy than too hard.

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