2 klasės mokinių skaitymo technikos gebėjimų ugdymas muzikinėmis veiklomis

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
2 klasės mokinių skaitymo technikos gebėjimų ugdymas muzikinėmis veiklomis
Alternative Title:
Development of reading techniques employing musical activities
In the Journal:
Muzika / Music; Pradinis ugdymas / Primary education; Ugdymas / Education.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojamas 2 klasės mokinių skaitymo technikos gebėjimų ugdymas muzikinėmis veiklomis. Teoriniu požiūriu aptarti muzikinių ir literatūrinių kūrinių panašumai, skaitymo gebėjimų ir muzikinių veiklų ugdymo sąsajos. Empirinio tyrimo metu ištirti ir įvertinti mokinių skaitymo technikos gebėjimai (prieš ir po ugdomosios veiklos tyrimo). Ugdomosios veiklos tyrimo metu organizuotas integruotas skaitymo technikos gebėjimų ugdymas muzikinėmis veiklomis. Mokiniai ne tik aktyviai skaitė, kūrė įvairias muzikines improvizacijas skaitomam tekstui, bet ir įsivertino savo skaitymo technikos gebėjimus pagal iš anksto susitartus kriterijus (intonaciją ir taisyklingumą). Straipsnyje pateikiamos apibendrintos esminės tyrimo išvados. [Iš leidinio]The research results have indicated that more than 70 percent of students reading technique skills have improved. It has also been noted that ability to fluently read is closely associated with the ability to appreciate and acknowledge the boundaries of a sentence as well as mind punctuation, since the results after both diagnostic examinations have concurred that - once the fluency of reading improves, analogically the ability to read according to punctuation also improves. It has been determined that after the educational activities reading skills that have been assessed as unsatisfactory or insufficient, have been reduced by a third, while levels of basic and satisfactory evaluations have increased. Ability to accentuate assessed as upper level has increased by 20 percent. Research results highlighting the positive development of students who have been previously assessed as holding average or lower level reading technique abilities have confirmed the hypothesis that purposeful application of musical activities could help to improve reading technique capabilities. It is also suggested that more frequent application of such activities for a year or two would enable results to improve more significantly. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Muzikinės veiklos; Pradinių klasių mokiniai; Skaitymo technika; Ugdymas; Education; Musical activities; Primary school pupils; Reading techniques.

ENReading skills are important, integral core abilities that determine one's learning outcomes and success levels throughout a range of subjects. However, while analysing PIRLS research conducted in 2011, it has been noted that Lithuanian students reading skills results have declined in the last decade across all levels. Researchers have suggested that the decline is a result of poor reading technique therefore, in order to improve the situation there is a necessity to find effective opportunities to develop techniques to teach reading. One of the alternatives could be musical activities integration into Lithuanian language classes. It would be beneficial, as persons speech skills and capabilities are thought to develop during prenatal state based on musical abilities. Research suggests that music has capacity to improve memory, it is possible to utilise music to improve neurological impulses transmission from one brain area to another and consequently reduce reading disorders. Additionally, music has the capacity to have an emotional effect on humans which could be used to enhance students’ efficiency, levels of activity as well as motivation. The question of the paper: how do purposefully applied musical activities affect student reading abilities? The object of the paper: 2nd grade students reading abilities development through utilisation of musical activities.Applied methods: scientific and methodological literature analysis, reading records analysis (before and after educational activities), educational activities organisation and their filmed records analysis.

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