保育者養成における身体表現の授業の在り方について──「身体表現を好きになること」と「授業内容」の関係──

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Title
保育者養成における身体表現の授業の在り方について──「身体表現を好きになること」と「授業内容」の関係──
Title Alternative
Desirability of a Physical Expression Class for Training Nursery Teachers―― Correlations between Liking Physical Expression and Class Content ――
Author
氏名 矢野下 美智子
ヨミ ヤノシタ ミチコ
別名 YANOSHITA Michiko
Subject
身体表現 physical expression
感性 sensitivity
表現力 expressiveness
授業内容 class contents
Abstract

Factors that make students enjoy "physical expression" classes, which is one of the course for training nursery teachers, were investigated, and the effects liking physical expression on recognizing the "development of sensitivity and expressive power" were examined.
Participants were second-year students (N=102) in a junior college for nursery teacher training.
The survey was conducted after completing the physical expression course, and inquired if the participants liked physical expression.
Results indicated that the mean score increased significantly compared to before taking the course, which indicated that students came to enjoy physical expression by taking the course. Moreover, the effects of five components of the class: "playing with expressions," "free expression," "creating dance without form," "dance with form," and "music choreography," on liking physical expression were examined. The results indicated "playing with expressions," "free expression," and "dance with form" were significantly liked by students. These contents were regarded as factors that developed a liking for physical expression classes.
Next, the effects of the class on the development of sensitivity and expressive power was examined by classifying the students into two groups; those that liked physical expression before taking the class and those that did not like it before taking the class. The results indicated the former recognized that taking the class affected the development of sensitivity and expressive power, whereas the latter did not recognize this effect.
Furthermore, correlations between confidence in physical expression and utilizing it in childcare settings were examined. The results indicated that those recognizing they became confident about Physical expression planned to utilize it in childcare. In the future, teaching methods that facilitate students' liking and confidence for "creating dance without form," which is considered useful for developing sensitivity and expressive power, should be designed.

Description Peer Reviewed
Journal Title
広島文化学園短期大学紀要
Volume
51
Spage
31
Epage
37
Published Date
2018-12-28
Publisher
広島文化学園短期大学
ISSN
1884-6769
NCID
AA12454339
Language
jpn
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
出版社版
Set
hbg