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Paper Title :
Learning Outcome in Western Music of Music Skill For Thai Qualification Framework For Higher Education in Rajabhat Universities in Bangkok

Author :Rungkiat Siriwongsuwan

Article Citation :Rungkiat Siriwongsuwan , (2016 ) " Learning Outcome in Western Music of Music Skill For Thai Qualification Framework For Higher Education in Rajabhat Universities in Bangkok " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 88-89, Volume-2,Issue-8

Abstract : The purposes of this research were to study learning outcome of music skills in term of Thai Qualification Framework for higher education and to study how to teach western music skill for learning outcome of music skills of Rajabhat Universities in Bangkok. The instrument was an interview constructed to collect the information from teachers in Rajabhat Universities in Bangkok by means of conversations on different issues pertaining to this qualitative research whose contents, details and analytical study results were subsequently classified and rearranged according to the specified objectives, presenting its findings in form of descriptive analyses in a written document. The results of this study revealed that 1) Learning outcome of music skills in term of Thai Qualification Framework for higher education are 4 items : to be able to perform music in bands which are various kinds of performance efficiently, to be able to creatively utilize practical skills in public, to possess good and proper personality to present a piece of music in public, to possess the skills of apply music theories into developing creatively and presenting a piece of music variously. 2) Listening, singing, playing, reading, moving and creating are activity and teaching technique for learning outcome in western music in term of Thai Qualification Framework for higher education. Keywords— Learning outcome, Western music, Music skills, Thai qualification framework, Rajabhat Universities.

Type : Research paper


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