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ERIC Number: ED003232
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 231
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A COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT STIMULI COMBINED WITH TWO METHODS FOR PROVIDING KNOWLEDGE OF RESULTS IN MUSIC INSTRUCTION.
SPOHN, CHARLES L.
FOUR EXPERIMENTS WERE CONDUCTED TO STUDY THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DIFFERENT METHODS FOR TEACHING MUSIC. VARIOUS MUSIC STIMULUS MATERIALS WERE COMBINED, AND INSTRUCTION WAS OFFERED IN RHYTHM, INTERVALS, TONE GROUPS, AND MELODIES. THESE WERE PRESENTED ON MAGNETIC TAPE TO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN A UNIFORM AND CONSISTENT MANNER. ANALYSIS WAS MADE OF A NUMBER OF VARIABLES. IT WAS DETERMINED THAT ONE METHOD WAS EQUALLY AS EFFECTIVE AS ANOTHER FOR LEARNING. THERE WERE ALSO INDICATIONS THAT BACKGROUND FACTORS AFFECT STUDENTS' LEARNING. RECOMMENDATIONS SUGGESTED FURTHER RESEARCH IN THIS FIELD TO INVESTIGATE INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES TO DETERMINE THE MOST SUITABLE INSTRUCTION METHOD FOR LEARNING MUSIC. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Research Foundation.
Identifiers: COLUMBUS; OHIO