How “heavy” / “light,” “hard” / “soft,” or “thick” / “thin” the voice sounds.
How “large” / “small,” “deep” / “shallow,” or “wide” / “narrow” the voice sounds.
developing control over the voice's "creakiness", "breathiness" and other potentially-unwanted qualities such as stuttering or nasality.
How “high” or “low” the voice sounds.
Pitch is a less important quality in vocal perception than weight or size — changes in pitch are often a stylistic choice.
However, developing control over pitch is crucial to voice training overall.
Vocal qualities that have to do more with social perception of gender than the actual physiology of the voice.
These include things such as pitch contour for feminization or monotonous speaking for masculinization.
Helping students with any ongoing issues, touching back on old subject matter, or working toward achieving specific vocal goals.