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Volume 75, 2020The International Conference on History, Theory and Methodology of Learning (ICHTML 2020)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Methodology of Learning, Education and Training|
|Published online||26 March 2020|
Suggestive techniques in music-performing training of future music art teachers: methodological aspect
Kryvyi Rih State Pedagogical University, Department of Musicology, Instrumental and Choreographic Training, Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine
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The article deals with the use of suggestive techniques, which by influencing the conscious and subconscious sphere of future music arts teachers through the use of verbal and non-verbal, external and internal means of influence, will contribute to the disclosure of their inner potential, the development of creative thinking as well as the realization of their abilities into the practical activities. The author defines various spheres of the suggestive techniques use, in particular, in the process of future music teachers training and provides own interpretation of the concept of “suggestive technique in the music-performing training of future music teachers”. In addition, the author offers methodological developments aimed at conducting creative music-performing activities #x201C; suggestopedic self-training of self-regulation skills along with suggestopedic method of forming the skills in artistic interpretation of a musical work, which is presented as a chain of suggestopedic classes, where each stage corresponds to a certain interpretation phase. Furthermore, it is noted that the developed methodological toolkit with the complex involvement of suggestive techniques with a number of methods, tools and approaches to art education along with the varied application of these methods in the process of students’ professional training, methods of performing reliability formation and innovative methods, provides to carry out pedagogical influence on independence as well as performing activities effectively. Admittedly, the introduction of typical suggestopedic forms of classes (concert sessions, classes involving related arts, class performances, storytelling, play sessions) into the methodological toolbox brings additional aesthetic coloring into the interpretative processes, which, in combination with the globalization of the learning material, have led to the reconsidering of musical works artistic interpretation techniques on the whole.
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