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A master class is a class given to students of a particular discipline by an expert of that discipline usually music, but also painting, drama, any of the arts, or on any other occasion where skills are being developed. Every class was created by the instructor and includes extensive pre-recorded video content, a class workbook, interactive assignments, and community activities. Classes break down into a few basic components: Lessons begin with an instructive lesson video for each chapter. These videos are meant to provide students with a jumping off point for what the lesson is about. Along with the lesson videos, students can follow along in a downloadable PDF workbook with assignments that students can submit to our student community for critique and feedback. Students receive most or all of their feedback from fellow students in our private student group where we will also post the most current community activities. Periodically, MasterClass may have opportunities for students to submit work to instructors for critique. When those assignments come around, students will be notified via email with instructions and details. Instructors will have an "Office Hours" section in their course wherein students can submit questions in the form of text or video recording. Instructors will review these questions at a later time and post answers to questions that they feel best represent what students are asking. There is a suggested workflow in the class workbook, but students can move through the lessons at their own pace.