Despite the problems encountered, the Kodaly method would seem to be highly suitable for teaching indigenous folk music because it relies on movable-do systems, something it shares with traditional music teaching techniques. It could be adapted as the framework to develop an elementary music education system for Taiwan. The incorporation of traditional tools used to teach Taiwanese indigenous folk music could add authenticity and provide diversity in learning music.Ou Kanga#39;s handouts included materials on singing methods, ear training, instrumental teaching, music composition, and other topics. Ou Kang introduced music teaching methods to the new generation of music teachers.131 After the implementation of the nine-year compulsory education policy in 1968, elementary music textbooks were standardized. All teachers were expected to teach according to theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Kodaly Method in Taiwan: Its Introduction and Adaptation to Elementary Music Education, 1987--2000|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|