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Analysis of Teachers’ Guidebooks of Music for 3rd Graders in Elementary School based on Music Literacy

AUTHOR :
Byeongsun Min, Jae Yeon Paik
INFORMATION:
page. 17~44 / 2022 Vol.51 No.1
e-ISSN 2713-3788
p-ISSN 1229-4179
Received 2021-11-30
Revised 2022-01-01
Accepted 2022-01-19
DOI https://doi.org/10.30775/KMES.51.1.17

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to analyze the activities presented in the music guide book by from the viewpoint of music literacy and to provide the basic data for teachers to design music classes to improve music literacy. For this study, researches of the music literacy were reviewed, and the curriculum aimed at music literacy was examined. And based on this data, songs from the 3rd grade music textbook were categorized by music element and concept and analyzed the functions applied to the activities from music guide book. As a result, the function, the function of music education’s inquiry and thinking processes was helping students understand music in classes in musical activities. Therefore, it is concluded that to enhance student s abilities of music literacy, not only understanding musical elements and concepts, but also ‘function’ which is music’s unique thinking ability, should operate dynamically in music activities.

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