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International Journal of Educational Curriculum Management and Research, 2023, 4(3); doi: 10.38007/IJECMR.2023.040305.

Exploration of Multimodal Integration Education in Ethnic Vocal Music Teaching


Yingyan Zhang

Corresponding Author:
Yingyan Zhang

Center for International Education, Philippine Christian University, Manila, Philippines


Purpose: From a practical perspective, the scientific research level of ethnic vocal music teachers is not ideal. At present, in vocal music teaching, there is a widespread personalized teaching method based on experience, which leads to teachers placing too much emphasis on language expression and neglecting the expression of words. At the same time, there is a lack of theoretical understanding of the relationship between teaching process and teaching effectiveness. Method: In the new era, exploring the teaching mode of ethnic vocal music is an exploration of the teaching mode of vocal music. It is required to reform the teaching of ethnic vocal music from different perspectives, from two aspects: "seeking roots" and "opening up". In the perspective of multimodal integration of educational culture, it is necessary to inherit and promote ethnic music culture, and fundamentally change the ideological concepts of ethnic vocal music teachers, in order to comprehensively improve their teaching ability and professional quality. Result: 53% of the respondents were satisfied with the multimodal integrated education in this article, while 8% considered it average. Conclusion: This article provided a good guarantee for cultivating a large number of excellent ethnic vocal talents. 


Multi Mode Integrated Education, Ethnic Vocal Music Teaching, Teaching Level, Teaching Reform

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Yingyan Zhang. Exploration of Multimodal Integration Education in Ethnic Vocal Music Teaching. International Journal of Educational Curriculum Management and Research (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 3: 41-48. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJECMR.2023.040305.


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