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Vi ses igen om en kvart - En kartläggning av hur musiklärare på gymnasiets estetiska program handleder sångelever i ensembleundervisningen

Terris, Mimi LU (2017) MUHD08 20171
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med detta arbete är att undersöka hur musiklärare arbetar med sångare i ensembleundervisning på estetiskt gymnasium. Tidigare forskning visar på tendenser till att sångare får mindre undervisningstid i det gemensamma ensemblerummet, där lärare separerar eleverna för att instudera eller repetera i ett närliggande rum under lektionstid, och prioriteras senare i instuderingsföljd än instrumentalister. Studien genomfördes genom en enkätundersökning och resultaten har presenterats både genom numerisk dataanalys som redovisats i diagram, och i textanalys av motiv som grupperats efter tema. Resultaten visar att separation mellan sångelever och instrumentalister är ett vanligt tillvägagångssätt, och de kvantitativa resultaten visar att... (More)
Syftet med detta arbete är att undersöka hur musiklärare arbetar med sångare i ensembleundervisning på estetiskt gymnasium. Tidigare forskning visar på tendenser till att sångare får mindre undervisningstid i det gemensamma ensemblerummet, där lärare separerar eleverna för att instudera eller repetera i ett närliggande rum under lektionstid, och prioriteras senare i instuderingsföljd än instrumentalister. Studien genomfördes genom en enkätundersökning och resultaten har presenterats både genom numerisk dataanalys som redovisats i diagram, och i textanalys av motiv som grupperats efter tema. Resultaten visar att separation mellan sångelever och instrumentalister är ett vanligt tillvägagångssätt, och de kvantitativa resultaten visar att separation i större grad sker vid instuderingsmoment än ordinarie undervisning. Lärarnas reflektioner liknar till stor grad varandra, och separation av sångare och instrumentalister påverkas främst §av aspekter som berör nivåskillnader i gruppen, effektivitet, instrumentgruppers olika behov, och elevernas egna önskemål. Att belysa detta ämne skulle kunna leda till ökad medvetenhet vid val av metoder för att säkerställa likvärdig undervisning och mängd handledningstid till alla elever oavsett huvudinstrument. (Less)
Abstract
This study looks at how music teachers in Swedish upper secondary school classroom ensembles work with singers in comparison to instrumental players. Previous research shows a tendency for singers to receive less instruction time in the classroom ensemble, with teachers separating vocal from instrumental students and assigning them to an adjacent room to study or rehearse. The survey used closed and open questions about teaching methods, and sets out quantitative findings based on numerical data analysis. It also includes qualitative findings in the form of written reflections, processed through thematic content analysis grouped by common occurrences of similar wordings. This study indicates that the separation of vocal and instrumental... (More)
This study looks at how music teachers in Swedish upper secondary school classroom ensembles work with singers in comparison to instrumental players. Previous research shows a tendency for singers to receive less instruction time in the classroom ensemble, with teachers separating vocal from instrumental students and assigning them to an adjacent room to study or rehearse. The survey used closed and open questions about teaching methods, and sets out quantitative findings based on numerical data analysis. It also includes qualitative findings in the form of written reflections, processed through thematic content analysis grouped by common occurrences of similar wordings. This study indicates that the separation of vocal and instrumental students is common practice. The quantitative results show, however, that the frequency with which this happens tends to vary between individuals. The comments of teachers about their own methods are similar, revolving around the differences they encounter among students in proficiency levels, individual needs and wishes, and time pressures. The study’s findings could provide a useful tool for school management and teachers in selecting the right methods for ensuring that vocal students are given equivalent levels of teaching time and quality to those received by instrumental players. (Less)
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author
Terris, Mimi LU
supervisor
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course
MUHD08 20171
year
type
H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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keywords
Ensembleundervisning, Estetiska programmet, Musikpedagogik, Gymnasium, Sångare, Utbildningsvetenskap, Classroom ensemble, Music Education, Upper Secondary School, Vocalist student, Educational Science
language
Swedish
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8916543
date added to LUP
2017-06-19 14:15:11
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2017-06-19 14:15:11
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  abstract     = {This study looks at how music teachers in Swedish upper secondary school classroom ensembles work with singers in comparison to instrumental players. Previous research shows a tendency for singers to receive less instruction time in the classroom ensemble, with teachers separating vocal from instrumental students and assigning them to an adjacent room to study or rehearse. The survey used closed and open questions about teaching methods, and sets out quantitative findings based on numerical data analysis. It also includes qualitative findings in the form of written reflections, processed through thematic content analysis grouped by common occurrences of similar wordings. This study indicates that the separation of vocal and instrumental students is common practice. The quantitative results show, however, that the frequency with which this happens tends to vary between individuals. The comments of teachers about their own methods are similar, revolving around the differences they encounter among students in proficiency levels, individual needs and wishes, and time pressures. The study’s findings could provide a useful tool for school management and teachers in selecting the right methods for ensuring that vocal students are given equivalent levels of teaching time and quality to those received by instrumental players.},
  author       = {Terris, Mimi},
  keyword      = {Ensembleundervisning,Estetiska programmet,Musikpedagogik,Gymnasium,Sångare,Utbildningsvetenskap,Classroom ensemble,Music Education,Upper Secondary School,Vocalist student,Educational Science},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Vi ses igen om en kvart - En kartläggning av hur musiklärare på gymnasiets estetiska program handleder sångelever i ensembleundervisningen},
  year         = {2017},
}