Innovative Practice of Playing and Singing Course with OBE Concept
DOI: 10.23977/artpl.2021.020709 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 445
Zhao Wenhao 1
1 College of Music, Hengshui University, Hengshui, Hebei, China
Corresponding AuthorZhao Wenhao
The outstanding teaching results-oriented characteristics of OBE's teaching concept have made the certification of teachers' majors in universities more accurate and practical, improving the quality of training music talents in colleges and universities. The reverse teaching design of OBE teaching makes the curriculum around the construction of music talents more targeted and special. Playing and singing is a basic subject in music major with high comprehensiveness and practicability. Comprehensiveness means that it integrates the knowledge of many courses. Practicability refers to that it is the most widely used course in reality, which has the mixed teaching mode. Scenario introduction mobilizes and stimulates the enthusiasm of students. The task-driven classroom practices students' sense of cooperation and the injection of high-level and innovative content highlights the characteristics of the golden class. Students' innovative thinking can be stimulated by the knowledge injection of innovation and entrepreneurship. Ultimately it plays a sublimation role more than the learning effect. This paper combines the mixed teaching used in junior year of the Academy of Music in Hengshui University to carry out a series of innovative teaching practices, which is in line with the real environment to a large extent, so as to improve the learning effect of students.
KEYWORDSOBE concept; class ideology, PBL-CBL teaching mode, learning community, innovation and entrepreneurship
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Zhao Wenhao, Innovative Practice of Playing and Singing Course with OBE Concept. Art and Performance Letters (2021) 2: 67-74. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/artpl.2021.020709.
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