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Att sjunga starkt och svagt - en learning study i grundskolans årskurs tre

Assarsson, Petra LU (2016) MUHN57 20151
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med denna studie är att undersöka vilka aspekter elever i årskurs tre
behöver uppmärksammas på för att kunna sjunga starkt och svagt. Syftet är också att för
läraren utveckla kunskaper om praxisnära forskning. Undersökningens metod är kvalitativ då
den bygger på modellen learning study med variationsteorin som teoretisk utgångspunkt. Det
empiriska materialet består av sammanlagt sex filmade lektioner i årskurs tre. Resultatet visar
att aspekter eleverna behöver uppmärksammas på och i variation arbeta med, är: Hur deras
egen och andras sång låter i relation till starkt och svagt, teoretisk kunskap och visualisering
av korrekta musikaliska dynamiska begrepp och praktiskt utövande av sång i relation till
dynamik.
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to examine which aspects students in year three in the
Swedish comprehensive school need to pay special attention to in order to alternate between
loudly and softly singing. The aim is also for the teacher to develop knowledge of practice
oriented research. The survey methodology is qualitative as it is based on the model learning
study with variation theory as the theoretical basis. The empirical material consists of a total
of six filmed lessons throughout year three. The result indicates that the aspects pupils need to
pay attention to and work with in varied ways, are: How their own and the singing of others
sounds in relation to loudly and softly singing, knowledge and visualization of accurate
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The purpose of this study is to examine which aspects students in year three in the
Swedish comprehensive school need to pay special attention to in order to alternate between
loudly and softly singing. The aim is also for the teacher to develop knowledge of practice
oriented research. The survey methodology is qualitative as it is based on the model learning
study with variation theory as the theoretical basis. The empirical material consists of a total
of six filmed lessons throughout year three. The result indicates that the aspects pupils need to
pay attention to and work with in varied ways, are: How their own and the singing of others
sounds in relation to loudly and softly singing, knowledge and visualization of accurate
musical dynamic concepts, and practical exercise of singing in relation to dynamics.
Keywords: learning study, music, singing, practice-oriented research. (Less)
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author
Assarsson, Petra LU
supervisor
organization
course
MUHN57 20151
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
learning study, musik, sång, praxisnära forskning
language
Swedish
id
8882802
date added to LUP
2016-06-20 16:27:42
date last changed
2016-06-20 16:27:42
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this study is to examine which aspects students in year three in the
Swedish comprehensive school need to pay special attention to in order to alternate between
loudly and softly singing. The aim is also for the teacher to develop knowledge of practice
oriented research. The survey methodology is qualitative as it is based on the model learning
study with variation theory as the theoretical basis. The empirical material consists of a total
of six filmed lessons throughout year three. The result indicates that the aspects pupils need to
pay attention to and work with in varied ways, are: How their own and the singing of others
sounds in relation to loudly and softly singing, knowledge and visualization of accurate
musical dynamic concepts, and practical exercise of singing in relation to dynamics.
Keywords: learning study, music, singing, practice-oriented research.},
  author       = {Assarsson, Petra},
  keyword      = {learning study,musik,sång,praxisnära forskning},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Att sjunga starkt och svagt - en learning study i grundskolans årskurs tre},
  year         = {2016},
}