A beginner needs to become familiar with the sequence.
This will take a lot of practice.
Ideally, at home, between lessons.
A common excuse offered by lazy students is that they do not want to practice at home for fear of making mistakes...
How exactly can they hope to do the form correctly without practice?
Improvement comes from familiarity.
Yes, they will make many, many mistakes. This is inevitable.
The reason why you should train at home is to gain the habit of where to move, what to do.
It will not be accurate, but it is a necessary starting place.