小学校音楽科リコーダー学習における一人1台端末を活用した家庭学習が技能に及ぼす効果  [in Japanese] Effect of Work at Home on Playing Skill Development Utilizing One Terminal Per Person for an Elementary School Recorder Lesson  [in Japanese]

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<p>小学校第5学年児童がタブレット端末を家庭に持ち帰り,約3週間にわたってリコーダー演奏に関するビデオを視聴し,卒業式での演奏に向けた練習に取り組んだ.その期間中,児童にはビデオ視聴回数の記録,3回の演奏録画が課された.実践終了後,録画された映像に対して音楽の専門家3名が総合評価(10点満点)と項目別評価(5点満点)を行った結果,児童の集団としての演奏技能が伸び,特に,実践開始時点において中位だった児童(中位群)にすべての項目で進歩が見られた.下位群には3回目に総合点で平均を上回った児童も存在したが,わずかしか伸びない児童もいた.上位群も全般的に伸びが小さかった.技能が伸びにくい児童に対する個別指導の必要性,ビデオ教材の改良等の課題が残ったものの,一般の音楽レッスンの形態を適用した一人1台端末を活用した家庭学習は,音楽科にとっては,授業時数不足という現状を打開する一方法であることが示された.</p>

<p>Fifth graders in an elementary school brought back tablets from school so that they could watch a video of a model recorder performance at home. They practiced playing the recorder for three weeks in this way in order to prepare for a concert at a graduation ceremony. During this period, the children were asked to count the number of times they viewed the model performance and to record their own performances in a video three times. After this practice period, three music experts viewed the children's recorded videos and evaluated the overall performance on a scale of 1-10 and individual performance techniques on a scale of 1-5. It was found that as a group the children had made progress in performance. In particular, the children who were at a medium performance level before the above practice period showed improvements in all areas of technique. While some children at a low performance level before the practice period achieved above-average scores in overall performance, some of the others made only scant progress. The degree of progress made by those at a high performance level before the practice period was generally unimpressive. While some issues still need to be addressed regarding the above method, such as the need to provide individual lessons to children who cannot improve their performance techniques and the need to improve the model performance video, it could be a promising solution to the current problem of lack of lesson time in music class.</p>

Journal

  • Japan Journal of Educational Technology

    Japan Journal of Educational Technology 41(1), 89-96, 2017

    Japan Society for Educational Technology

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130005681066
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA11964147
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    1349-8290
  • NDL Article ID
    028291339
  • NDL Call No.
    Z7-904
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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