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Volume 104, 2021Second International Conference on History, Theory and Methodology of Learning (ICHTML 2021)
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|Published online||04 May 2021|
Formation of national self-consciousness of future musical art teachers in the process of their professional training
1 Department of Vocational Education and Technologies of Agricultural Production, Oleksandr Dovzhenko Hlukhiv National Pedagogical University, 24 Kyevo-Moskovska Str., Hlukhiv, 41400, Ukraine
2 Department of Theory and Methods of Music Education, Vinnytsia Humanities Pedagogical College, 13 Nahirna Str., Vinnytsia, 21000, Ukraine
The authors of the paper analyze the definition of “national self-consciousness” and outline its structure, which includes self-esteem, socio-psychological expectations, and self-identification. From the point of view of the authors of the paper, the national self-consciousness of future musical art teachers includes three interrelated components. They are: an information-cognitive one, which involves mastering the system of general knowledge and special knowledge, as well as the possession of certain information regarding one's own self-identification; an emotional and value one, which reflects patriotic feelings, the desire for the national ideal, the value attitude towards the Ukrainian cultural heritage; and a reflexive and activity one, which characterizes the awareness of the nationality, awareness of oneself as a bearer of cultural values and heritage of the nation, and awareness of one's role in future professional activities. As a result of the analysis of the researches on the problem under our consideration, we made some conclusions about the ways of forming the national selfconsciousness of young people. The authors of the paper conducted a pedagogical experiment that allowed identify methodological aspects and suggest forms and methods that should be used in the training process to form the national self-consciousness of future teachers of musical art.
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