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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2014;35(4): 263-279.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2014.35.4.263
유치원 교실에서 교사가 부르는 변형된 노래의 양상과 의미 연구
정경수 , 손승학 , 임부연
The Meaning and Use of Modified Songs by Teachers in Early Childhood Classrooms
Kyoung Su Jung , Sung Haak Son , Boo Yeon Lim
The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of the variation of songs by teachers in early childhood classrooms where songs play an important role in managing the daily activities for young children. Early childhood teachers have demonstrated a high degree of competency to transform and modify a variety of songs that fit into children`s developmental levels. The use of such songs enable both teachers and young learners to fully enjoy such classroom activities and are an important means for establishing rapport. The data were collected from direct observation and video recording in three early childhood classrooms, as well as through interviews with the teachers, and through the researcher`s journals. The results of the study revealed that the teachers exhibit a high degree of professionalism in creating variations of the kind of songs that children seem to enjoy, and thereby creating high levels of classroom enjoyment generally. This study also showed that using a good variety of songs in early childhood classroom can facilitate understanding of the content in the curriculum Finally, this study also suggests that the teachers` skills in designing variations of songs can make early childhood education classrooms culturally attractive and aesthetically more creative.
Key Words: variations of songs, music education, early childhood classroom
주요어: 변형된 노래, 음악 교육, 유아교실
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