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A Comparative Study on Teaching Models of Piano in Teacher Education and Music Performance

Author MaLingLing
Tutor ZhangHui
School Northeast Normal University
Course Musicology
Keywords teacher education music performance piano teaching model comparative study
CLC J624.1
Type Master's thesis
Year 2006
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Up till now, the comparative studies on piano teaching models in teacher education andmusic performance are mainly concerned with specific points, but not with the whole scope,and they lack thorough analysis in depth. Most of the studies either only refer to thedifferences of piano teaching in these two fields or criticize the imitation of piano teaching inteacher education from music performance. Few of the studies emphasize the laws andteaching characteristics of piano teaching itself, or the generality and the scientific aspects ofthe two models, in other words, the studies neglect the compatible aspects of the two models.This thesis will compare the two models from a holistic perspective, and focus on every linkin piano teaching, aiming to combine the technicality of piano arts and the normal character ofteacher education together. This study hopes to advance the research in piano teaching inteacher education all-around and deeply;to offer some references and theoretical frameworkfor the piano teaching reform in teacher education.This study is a comparative one based on practice, investigation and others’ experienceand it employs the following devices: document-reading, graph-illustration and case study.The paper consists of three parts:Part One: Raising problems. In this part, the actuality and the problems in recent pianoteaching reform in teacher education are stated, and measures to solve the problems areproposed.Part Two: A comparative study on teaching models of piano in teacher education andmusic performance. This part is unfolded from six aspects: firstly, comparison of teachingobjectives;secondly, comparison in curriculum;thirdly, comparison in teaching contents;fourthly, comparison in teaching models;fifthly, comparison in teaching methods;sixthly,comparison in evaluation.Part Three: Conclusion.

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