The aim of present study is to investigate weekly habits of students to play violin in terms of some variables like preparation before performance, playing techniques and musicality and to determine the inefficiencies. The study is a qualitative study and observation was preferred to be a study method. During a week, students were video – recorded to determine their daily working habits in free working hours. Field experts evaluated daily video records through expert evaluation form. Behavioural differences for 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 2-3, 2-4, 3-4 grades were evaluated using Mann-Withney U test and its significance level. It was found from this significance level that as the grade increases significant differences were found between behaviours positively. In addition, for all grades, level of grades was effective on behavioural differences and it was found that none of 20 behaviours was performed completely at four grades. Planning and developing individual working habits in details in violin education will improve and advance students in playing instrument.
Keywords: Violin Education, Planned Exercise, Exercising Habits