The purpose of this study is to provide a suggestion that implications for improving instructional content and expanding music media learning content by exploring music media courses. The method of this study is a literature review that analyzes the achievement standard statements of the Music and Media subject. Moreover it is comparing the Music and Media Art subjects in the curriculum with the results of the content analysis of the curriculum documents, drawing similarities and differences. In this regard, it is suggested that instructional perspective and improvement were achieved by exploring and comparing the overview, goals, and achievement standards of the Music and Media elective course presented in the 2022 revised National Korea Curriculum. This study is meaningful in suggesting instructional perspective and improvements for all students to learn digital music.
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