Development of Musical Creative Thinking by Using Instructional Activities based on Kodaly’s Concepts for the 4th Grade Students

Authors

  • Akaraded Luenam Roi Et Rajabhat University
  • Satjatham Phorntaweekul Roi Et Rajabhat University

Keywords:

Music, Creative Thinking, Instruction

Abstract

           The objective of the research was to develop musical creative thinking by using instructional activities based on Kodaly’s concepts for the 4th grade students. The researchers used the action research model with a passing score of 70% or more to be a criterion. The target group consisted of 16 students studying in the 4th grade in Ban Hua Don Kam Samakkee School, Phana District, Amnat Charoen Province in the second semester in the academic year of 2021. The research instruments were 1) 7 learning management plans, 2) a test to evaluate musical creative thinking, and 3) field records. The data were analyzed by percentage, mean, and conclusion of the descriptive findings.
             The research findings were as follows.
             The findings of the development of the musical creative thinking by using instructional activities based on Kodaly’s concepts for the 4th grade students showed that the students had the scores from evaluating the musical creative thinking higher than 70%.

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Author Biography

Akaraded Luenam, Roi Et Rajabhat University

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Published

2022-08-27

How to Cite

Luenam, A. ., & Phorntaweekul, S. . (2022). Development of Musical Creative Thinking by Using Instructional Activities based on Kodaly’s Concepts for the 4th Grade Students. Journal of Graduate School, Pitchayatat, Ubon Ratchathani Rajabhat University, 17(2), 165–176. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/Pitchayatat/article/view/256725

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Research articles