Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Music

First Advisor's Name

Michael J. Wagner

First Advisor's Committee Title

Committee Chair

Second Advisor's Name

Roby G. George

Third Advisor's Name

Carolyn J. Fulton

Date of Defense

3-29-2002

Abstract

This study investigated the use of music listening maps to help learning and the preferences of second graders for orchestral music. Subjects were a population of four 2nd grade classes, and were randomly divided into two groups.

The investigation was a counterbalanced, post-test only design, lasting for three consecutive classes. Two treatments/lessons were presented and a third lesson was a review. In Treatment 1 Group I used listening maps first, while Group II received instruction without listening maps. In Treatment 2, the order was reversed. Two post-tests and a comprehensive test were administered. An affective survey was administered after the treatments, measuring student preference and attitude.

When listening maps were presented, scores were significantly higher. It did not matter whether the listening maps were presented first or not. Results of the survey show student preference will increase with music listening maps.

Identifier

FI14050462

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