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A Study on Status of Folk Song Guidance and Teaching Method for Elementary School Students in Korea, China and Japan

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Today, many countries are trying to develop their own traditional music. Recently, understanding of traditional music is getting higher and its values are also highly rated. With an increase in understanding about traditional music, concerns of traditional music methods in elementary school are increasing as well. Especially, teaching singing of folk music in elementary school is receiving a large amount of attention when compared to instrumental and creative music. Because modern education stresses international understanding and multicultural music education, many scholars are concerned, academically speaking, about folk music.
In this social atmosphere, we need to understand the value of other countries' music as well as our own. Therefore, music educators of each country can attempt to cast away a prejudice of each view on music education. This study sought new methods to make students become familiar with folk music, but also to examine examples of folk music education plans and their musical characteristics by comparing and analyzing folk music methods in Korea, China and Japan.

In a folk music class, breathing and vocalization have to be addressed specifically, and educators need to propose a variety of teaching methods such as making various songs with rhythm, performance activities of local communities, mastering folk music for appreciation and expression, connecting with other curricula, and creating new folk music, thus enabling students to feel emotions of our traditional music culture and experience charms of traditional music through a folk music class. The ultimate purpose of this study was to continue studying folk music and develop a diversity of teaching methods not only for understanding traditional music of Korea, China and Japan, but developing traditional music education. It is also necessary that music educators of each country often share information of status and problems of traditional music education.
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Park, Mi-Hyang. "A Study on Status of Folk Song Guidance and Teaching Method for Elementary School Students in Korea, China and Japan" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISME World Conference and Commission Seminars, China Conservatory of Music (CC) and Chinese National Convention Centre (CNCC), Beijing, China, Aug 01, 2010 <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p406158_index.html>

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Park, M. , 2010-08-01 "A Study on Status of Folk Song Guidance and Teaching Method for Elementary School Students in Korea, China and Japan" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISME World Conference and Commission Seminars, China Conservatory of Music (CC) and Chinese National Convention Centre (CNCC), Beijing, China <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p406158_index.html

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Abstract: Today, many countries are trying to develop their own traditional music. Recently, understanding of traditional music is getting higher and its values are also highly rated. With an increase in understanding about traditional music, concerns of traditional music methods in elementary school are increasing as well. Especially, teaching singing of folk music in elementary school is receiving a large amount of attention when compared to instrumental and creative music. Because modern education stresses international understanding and multicultural music education, many scholars are concerned, academically speaking, about folk music.
In this social atmosphere, we need to understand the value of other countries' music as well as our own. Therefore, music educators of each country can attempt to cast away a prejudice of each view on music education. This study sought new methods to make students become familiar with folk music, but also to examine examples of folk music education plans and their musical characteristics by comparing and analyzing folk music methods in Korea, China and Japan.

In a folk music class, breathing and vocalization have to be addressed specifically, and educators need to propose a variety of teaching methods such as making various songs with rhythm, performance activities of local communities, mastering folk music for appreciation and expression, connecting with other curricula, and creating new folk music, thus enabling students to feel emotions of our traditional music culture and experience charms of traditional music through a folk music class. The ultimate purpose of this study was to continue studying folk music and develop a diversity of teaching methods not only for understanding traditional music of Korea, China and Japan, but developing traditional music education. It is also necessary that music educators of each country often share information of status and problems of traditional music education.


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