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2016 | 5(59) | 277-282
Article title

ОПТИМІЗАЦІЯ ІНТЕГРОВАНОГО НАВЧАННЯ МУЗИКИ МОЛОДШИХ ШКОЛЯРІВ В УМОВАХ ДЕФІЦИТУ НАВЧАЛЬНИХ ГОДИН

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An optimization of integrated music teaching to junior students in terms of shortened teaching hours
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UK
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Forming pedagogical experiment to improve music teaching to junior students by implementing integrated approach, special pedagogical conditions and ways how to use them are examined in the article. An analysis of scientific research on the problem of integrated music education of junior students and considering typical drawbacks and requests to the music education in terms of small amount of teaching hours gave the base to further investigations of original methodology which is target to optimize integrated music education in primary school by implementing special worked-out pedagogical conditions in school. Elaboration of experiment of the methodology was hold by the following directions - activation of steady interest and formation of positive motivation to be engaged in creativity; - giving students integrated information bases of different kinds of art, teaching general art teems and finding similarities and differences in art in order to form holistic mage of the world by different means of art; - developing integrated music skills proficiency during art activities (listening to music, singing, playing music instruments for kids, moving to music, music games, stage playing, creating stories about music and reflection of emotions). The main tasks of the forming experiment are: - forming persistent interest, positive motivation to be engaged in art activities; - forming holistic integrity (music knowledge, skills and proficiency); - leaning art terms; - development of adequate perception of music and reproduction of music images through different kinds of art activities; - development of the skills to compare means of art and to find differences and similarities; - formation of students’ readiness to self-development, creativity and reflection; - motivation to be engaged in different fields of art.
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