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A Study on the Problems and Future Direction in Musical Education of the Schools for the Deaf

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2006, 7(1), pp.139-157
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

권은영 1 Choi, Sung Kyu 2

1경남천광학교
2대구대학교

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ABSTRACT

Special education for deaf should have the role of not only optimized education for individuals but also treatment and improvement. The purpose of this study was investigated what problems of music education for the deaf are as well whether music curriculum is optimized under consideration of body conditions and psychological characteristics of the deaf in The 7th Education Curriculum. Four teachers who are working for two schools for the deaf and ten deaf students in the secondary level were participated for this study. The results of this study were : (a) the lack of specialty: Teachers non-specialized in music are teaching while teachers specialized in music are teaching in the case of normal education school. They are not good at the application and improvement of teaching instruments and materials as well as teaching methods and then cause the deterioration of specialty in music class; (b) improper classroom as educational surrounding: Although classroom should have special instruments and materials for special teaching, most of all music classrooms in special education school have little it by reason that apportioned education finance was not enough; and (c) insufficient allocation of time for music class: Shared time for music class, which is two hours for a first grader and one hour for second and third grader in middle school for the deaf, is not only allow to take class constructed with various music actions but repress student's desire to enjoy music, who have to choose a specified subject since a second grader in high school.

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