Results revealed preservice teachers' were more successful in identifying the Kodaly method when viewing the teaching excerpt using solfa and the Orff method when viewing the excerpt using Orff instruments. Findings for the three remaining excerpts (Orff body percussion, Orff speech chant, and Kodaly game) revealed low percentages of correct answers from all participants. However, elementary majors had the greatest number of correct responses for all five teaching excerpts. Results for past experiences, personal teacher experience, and method preference are also discussed.Because these methods are presented in more detail in an elementary methods course, students may not have had ... full undergraduate music education curriculum often results in more topics covered, to a lesser extent, in one course.
|Title||:||Kodaly Or Orff: Preservice Teachers' Perceptions of and Preference for Two Different Methodologies Used in Teaching Elementary General Music|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|