The student needs to have the following in place:
- A clear idea of how this passages sounds.
- Fingering clearly marked.
- Understanding that they will need to memorize these 4 measures to have a good chance of mastering the jumps confidence.
- Understanding that they will need to repeat the passage hands separately dozens of times to get it comfortable before they put the hands together.
- Practice slow.
- Follow the agreed to or assigned fingering. Clarity on this point is important.
- Understand how the passage will be articulated. The photo above is not marked up yet.
- Professional tip: Record each pass the student makes and listen back before repeating. I find this immensely helpful. I listen carefully to my rhythm, dynamics, articulations, steadiness, and flow before my next pass. I try to always understand want I'm trying to fix or master before repeating a passage.