ARPHA Proceedings 1: 495-502, doi: 10.3897/ap.1.e0469
Some Aspects of Vocal Training of the Future Music Teacher in a Bilingual Environment through the Elements of Moodle
expand article infoNelya K. Nurgayanova, Svetlana V. Karkina, Juanjo Mena
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The study is relevant due to the need for the preservation of cultural traditions that include different peoples’ identities. An important way is the use of ethnic vocal traditions which include the experience earlier generations in art, moral and aesthetic knowledge. Learning of the vocal basis in the traditional face-to-face and online format allows to offer available content, a better update of the logically organized subject. Also, it provided connected knowledge learning that tends to build new ideas on the basis of traditional culture through collaboration. The purpose of the paper is to study the usage of national vocal traditions in the learning process of future music teacher through the elements of Moodle, such as lectures about vocal art and assessment resources. The research used the following methods: analysis of musical-pedagogical literature, studying educational documents, analysis of national vocal traditions, questioning, testing, interviewing. The results of the complex educational process include traditional face-to-face and digital format that show a deep understanding of students’ intonation system of folk melodies and features of traditional musical culture. The researchers concluded that the main role of the folk vocal performance traditions in the process of improvement of professional knowledge and skills of the future music teacher include their emotional state, moral, aesthetic and spiritual qualities. These results will allow increasing the quality of the process of professional creative realization of the future music teacher through the interaction to the vocal art of different peoples by smooth communication at the Moodle environment.
music teacher; distance learning; ethnic culture; music folklore; folk singing.