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Title: 教員養成系大学における創作ダンスの題材に関する研究 : 題材「闇に光を放つ」の実践:ダンス専門,非専門学生を対象に
Other Titles: Study of the creative dance at teacher training universities: Practice for the dance performance in the class “Emit Light in the Dark” for students specializing in dance and non-dance
Authors: 髙野, 美和子
宮本, 乙女
笠井, 里津子
Takano, Miwako
Miyamoto, Otome
Kasai, Ritsuko
タカノ, ミワコ
ミヤモト, オトメ
カサイ, リツコ
Keywords: Theme of Creative Dance
Emit Light in the Dark
Teacher Training
Physical Education
Learning Contents
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to clarify the features and differences of how students practice for a dance performance through the dance class “Emit Light in the Dark” and to discuss the effectiveness of the theme. The class was provided to students from three different universities offering junior high and high school PE teacher-training courses. Students specializing in dance and non-dance participated in a creative dance class themed “Emit Light in the Dark.” Immediately after the performance, questionnaires about the class they experienced were distributed, collected, and analyzed. We discussed the effectiveness of the theme from the perspective of the students who participated in the class (review of engagement) and added findings from the analysis of comments in the free answer section of the questionnaire to the discussion. As a result, whether students were specializing in dance or not, many tended to be able to imagine different lights through the theme and find new ideas, movements, and expressions from the process of creating a dance. Also, many noticed changes in their movements and were able to express what they could not perform alone by creating and dancing with friends. Many also thought the three types of music helped them broaden the range of dance movements and images, which verified the effectiveness of the use of several, different types of music. Students specializing in dance tend to focus on imaging the light and actively adopting the music in their activities for creation compared to non-dance students. In general, students, whether they specialize in dance or not, tend to assess their achievement as high for the purpose of the theme. Also, many students gave positive feedback. We obtained results that implied the effectiveness of the theme from the perspective of students who participated in the class.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1093
ISSN: 02850095
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