INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN THE VOCAL LESSON AT THE CHILDREN’S ART SCHOOL

  • The authors:
    Raisa M. Chumicheva
    Yulia V. Danilova
  • Issue: July 24-26th, 2019
  • Pages: 412-419
  • Section: SMART EDUCATION – NEW PARADIGM
  • URL: http://conference-ifl.rudn.ru/412-419/
  • DOI:
    10.22363/09669-2019-412-419

Abstract. The study addresses the problem of identifying and developing
artistic talent, including vocal talent through innovative technologies used
by the teacher.
Issues related to supporting the development of giftedness have always been
relevant. At the state level, regulations are adopted to support gifted
children. Vocals as a means of developing giftedness is one of the unique
means, since on the basis of natural inclinations – voices, specific features of
the development of the vocal apparatus – individual speech and intonation
abilities are developed, the aesthetic sensual outline of the melody is traced,
speech skills are developed (breathing, diction, articulation apparatus, etc.).
Vocals as a means of developing giftedness is one of the unique means,
since on the basis of natural inclinations – voices, specific features of the
development of the vocal apparatus – individual speech and intonation
abilities are developed, the aesthetic sensual outline of the melody is traced,
speech skills are developed (breathing, diction, articulation apparatus, etc.).
Time does not stand still, education needs new trends. Thanks to this fact,
innovative technologies are being developed in the education system, as
well as the use of digital technologies in the classroom.
Purpose of the study to develop and test technological tools for the
development of students’ needs to achieve success in improving their voices
and develop their creative abilities – vocal talent.
The development of the child’s vocal talents requires the teacher to possess
pedagogical and artistic-aesthetic competences that would actualize two
components simultaneously: the development of the child’s personality
motivated, prompted the child to success, developed the need for continuous
improvement and the development of vocal talent as an individual others
making his voice recognizable among a multitude of voices.
The tasks of the application of innovative technologies: developing – the
development of emotional and aesthetic responsiveness to musical sound
and speech intonation, artistic and aesthetic taste in the selection of the
vocal repertoire, culture of vocal performance; technological – the
development of vocal-performing, vocal-technical skills based on
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understanding and understanding the theoretical knowledge of vocal;
educational – raising interest in musical culture, spiritual and moral qualities
of the individual (initiative, independence, self-control, etc.), pride in the
cultural vocal heritage of their country.
The research methodology is based on the works of T.D. Smelkov, L.B.
Dmitriev, V.A. Bagadurov, M.L. Lvova, I.K. Nazarenko, B.M. Teplov,
K.K. Platonov, V. Shtern, A. Melik-Poshaev.
When classifying the methods, the features indicated in the works of N.A.
Samoldina – “the method of phased analysis of the work”, M.I. Glinka “the
concentric method”, O.S. Izyurova, Seth Riggs “the method of singing in
the speech position”, V.V. Yemelyanova, “a photo-pedic method of voice
development,” V. Kuznetsov, “a method of communicating with the
audience.”
The results of the work are the development and testing of pedagogical
methods for the development of a culture of vocal performance and vocal
talent.
The application of innovative technologies to the practice of vocal lesson
has shown its effectiveness. The following results were achieved between
the teacher’s and the student’s joint activities: confident and high-quality
performance of the work in public; ability to use mobile applications for the
development of vocal abilities: Da tuner, metronome, beats, piano pro;
education of students of citizenship, patriotism, dedication, diligence,
respect for the rights and freedoms of a person, love for the surrounding
nature; organization of meaningful leisure activities for children; individual
manner of performance, coordinated motor apparatus, excellent ear for
music and memory, public recognition of the outstanding vocal abilities of
the individual, self-realization of the personality.
Keywords: Innovative technologies, digital technologies, additional
education, artistic talent, vocal talent

Raisa M. Chumicheva¹, Yulia V. Danilova²
¹Southern Federal University, Academy of Psychology and Pedagogy,
Rostov-on-Don, Russia, e-mail: ipprgpu@mail.ru
²Southern Federal University, Academy of Psychology and Pedagogy,
Rostov-on-Don, Russia, e-mail: juli89@bk.ru

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