Kurtuldu, M. Kayhan
January 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2010, Vol. 14 Issue 42, p359
Academic Journal
In this study effect of pre-learning studies in the scope of mastery learning on piano playing success of the students has been examined. Firstly experiment and control groups consist of 3 students per group has been determined for the study. In the study process first studied with control group for 40 minutes, after studied with experiment group for 40 minutes. With control group it has studied by using any other strategy. Into the study determined piano piece has been listened to the experiment group students during 3 days and after 3 days students taken into the application process. After listening the sample piece and working with the experiment group students, the obtained data has been evaluated. As a result of the various statistical assessments, it has seen that pre-learning studies based on song listening were successful.


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