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Research on Interaction between Students and Teachers in Junior High School Musical Class

Author ShenXue
Tutor MaDa
School Fujian Normal University
Course Musicology
Keywords Junior high school music teaching Teacher-student interaction Junior high school physiology Psychological characteristics Middle School Students characteristic
CLC G633.951
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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As an important concept in teaching, "interaction between teacher and student" was clearly put forward in "The Synopsis of Elementary Education Curriculum Reform". It requires changing the teacher-student relationship model from "teacher-centered" or "student-centered" into "intersubjectivity". Interactive Teaching, embodying the teaching philosophy of "people-oriented" and "Knowledge Building", is the current focus of the reform of music teaching, the key link to promote students to participate in the classroom activities actively and effective means for students to become self-learners. Firstly, the thesis elaborates the current research on "Interactive Teaching" both at home and abroad and the concepts and theoretical basis about classroom interaction between teachers and students. Then, from the angle of junior high school’s classroom interaction, the thesis describes in detail the current status, problems and ineffective interaction through questionnaires and classroom observation. Thus, reasons of those phenomenon are analyzed. Finally, according to junior high school students’physical, psychological characteristics, psychological features in musical learning, the author tries to do research on classroom interaction from different perspectives and put forward theoretical concept on interactive teaching on the basis of interactive teaching theory and teaching practice in junior high school.

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