Journal of Education & Social Policy

ISSN 2375-0782 (Print) 2375-0790 (Online)

The Curriculum Leadership and Planning of Music Talented and Source Classes
Yangting Huang

Abstract
Since the establishment of the music talented class in Kaohsiung Municipal Sinyi Elementary School in the 77th year of the Republic Era, ‘music’ is always on the top priority of the school development. Following the national award to the music talented class, Sinyi Elementary School has further extended the artistic activities of string music and artistic talented class and music coaching in campus one after the other. After the rolling out of the nine-year system, music even becomes the school-based characteristic curriculum of Sinyi Elementary School. It established the first music talented and source class for elementary school in response to special education law in 101th year of the Republic Era, which extends the studying of exceptional students by arrangement for distributed courses until first session of graduate graduating in 104th year of the Republic Era. The study takes eight teachers of the music talented and source class as the object of the research by way of deeply interview and collect data to find out the curriculum leadership and planning content of music talented and source class which is carried out in elementary school, containing five competence indicators of music appreciation, music production, skill learning, beauty feeling, and music performing, and to explain five implemented contents those are the planning of curriculum design, content of material selection and edit, method of multiple teaching and carrying out teaching, and effect of instructional assessment, and to inspect the studying effect of first session of graduates. Major findings is that singing teachers mostly affirm the music talented and source class established on dispersion pattern, which can completely reflect the characteristic course of music learning, and actively help music exceptional students to take it up a notch on music learning.

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