Didactics for the development of audioperception

This article attempts to highlight the importance of the auditory sense (hearing) for reflective thought; as support it uses evidence obtained from the research “Audio Perceptive Development Through Work with Teaching for Comprehension in Numerous Courses,” which attempts to show musical thought in...

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Autor Principal: Romero Sánchez, Rodrigo Andrés
Formato: Artículo revisado por pares
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Avances de Investigación 2014
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Sumario:This article attempts to highlight the importance of the auditory sense (hearing) for reflective thought; as support it uses evidence obtained from the research “Audio Perceptive Development Through Work with Teaching for Comprehension in Numerous Courses,” which attempts to show musical thought in the students in a kindergarten course of 35 children, ages 4 and 5, at the Colegio Distrital Paulo Freire in Usme, Bogotá, and to generate theory about teaching music in schools through answering the question: How is the development of audio perception in a large group of students in kindergarten influenced by the application of a unit based on the framework of Teaching for Comprehension (EpC)? To answer the question, a unit of EpC designed to develop comprehension using the four qualities of hearing (intensity, timber, duration, and height) was applied, making musical reflection visible through a routine of thinking called “an idea.” This process was recorded on video, in field diary, and also in drawings that came from the routine of thinking. These elements were analyzed subsequently and generated their respective conclusions.