Departmental Bulletin Paper シンガポールの小学校芸術科音楽教科書における創作活動に関する研究 <論文>
Creative Activities in Music Textbooks for Primary Schools in Singapore <Article>

森山, 実華  ,  伊藤, 真

(27)  , pp.79 - 86 , 2015-03-20 , 広島大学大学院教育学研究科音楽文化教育学講座
ISSN:1347-0205
NCID:AA11546850
Description
This study aimed to examine the contents and learning methods related to creative activities in music textbooks for primary schools in Singapore. The descriptions of creative activities were extracted from the music textbook Perfect Match Music (2008, 2009), and the extracted information was analyzed. The findings were as follows. First, creative activities were involved in about 60% of all the units in that textbook. Creative activities related to singing, playing instruments, and listening played an important role in learning music. Second, creative activities were used as the means for learning musical content, such as musical elements and forms, rather than being directed at musical composition. As well as musical content, creative activities also provided a cross-cultural understanding with respect to world music. Third, creative activities were organized more systematically in higher grades. At the preliminary level, the focus was on learning musical rhythms using words and sound making. At the next level, the learning content developed in terms of making rhythm patterns or melodies and using the framework of musical forms, such as call and response.
本稿は,平成26年7月5日に開催された日本学校音楽教育実践学会第7回中国支部例会での口述発表をもとに,加筆修正したものである。
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