PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS FOR DEVELOPING RUSSIAN SPIRITUAL MUSIC BY YOUNGER SCHOOLCHILDREN AT A MUSIC LESSON IN A COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL USING POLYARTISTIC TECHNOLOGIES
Naumova Yu.O.1 (Krasnogorsk, Russian Federation) – email@example.com
1Gymnasium No. 5
Abstract. Modern pedagogical science considers pedagogical technologies as a set of means and methods, the reproduction of theoretically substantiated processes of education and upbringing, which makes it possible to successfully implement the educational goals set. Musical education carries important creative, socially-forming, cultural functions of educating a person. This article presents a general description of the pedagogical conditions for the development of Russian sacred music by younger students in a music lesson in a comprehensive school using polyartistic technologies. Based on the fact that the natural need of children is the desire for creative self-expression, and polyartistic technologies just involve the unification of various types of activities – musical, visual, communicative, playful, theatrical, etc., the synthesis and interaction of arts is a powerful factor in the general cultural development of the younger generation. On the basis of personal pedagogical practice, the author attempts to reveal the content of the concept of polyartistic technologies. At the same time, the idea of the importance of the spiritual and moral education of the younger generation by means of Russian sacred music is constantly supported. therefore, the method of comparing the images of Russian sacred music with other types of art was chosen as the basis for the formulations presented in the article of polyartistic technologies.
Keywords: pedagogical conditions, poly-artistic technologies, russian sacred music, inter-artistic connections, choral singing.
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