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Title: 経験の違いから捉えた舞踊運動の習得過程に関する研究 : 舞踊運動習得の初期段階に着目して
Other Titles: Examination of the process of mastering dance movements viewed fromthe difference in experience : Focusing on the early stage of learning
Authors: 髙野, 美和子
Takano, Miwako
タカノ, ミワコ
日本女子体育大学(講師)
Keywords: mastery of dance movements
learning process
experienced dancers
Issue Date: Mar-2013
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to clarify the characteristics of experienced dancers in mastering dance movements compared to non-experienced dancers, focusing on the early stage in the process of learning a series of sequential dance movements. We developed two experimental methods. First, five dancers with experience in a dance company and five nonexperienced dancers mastered and performed two types of dances differing in difficulty. First, the participants gave a movement-by-movement commentary on anything that came to mind while watching film of the learning process. Second, students majoring in dance in the sophomore class of our university watched the film to assess the level of mastery of the sequential movements. From the two experimental methods, we analyzed the characteristics of experienced dancers compared to non-experienced dancers. The results were as follows: 1) Comments from experienced dancers were different from non-experienced dancers, showing a difference in awareness. 2) In mastering the dances, the experienced dancers tended to grasp the outline of movements before mastering the rest while focusing on impressive movements, rhythm counting, or descriptions as a guide. Also, the dancers captured the instructor's movements via the mirror when necessary to compare to their own movements. 3) In the early stage of learning the dances, experienced dancers were more aware of how they should dance than mastering the movements as the goal. 4) Our students' assessments showed that experienced dancers more accurately executed the instructor's dance movements and more successfully mastered both dances than non-experienced dancers, which was verification of the skills gained from experience. Consequently, we identified the existence of differences in the levels of awareness and the skills of experienced dancers even in the early stage of learning dance movements.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/665
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