Welcome to Francis Academic Press

International Journal of New Developments in Education, 2022, 4(13); doi: 10.25236/IJNDE.2022.041320.

Research on Teaching Exploration of Children’s Songs in Preschool Education Majors


Zhao Hui1, Wang Yue2

Corresponding Author:
Wang Yue

1Hubei Preschool Teachers College, Wuhan, 430223, China

2School of Foreign Languages, Wuhan Textile University, Wuhan, P.R. China, 430200


The level of playing and singing of preschool teachers is directly related to children’s music enlightenment and the quality of children’s music education. Children’s song playing and singing skills are the basic teaching skills that preschool teachers must master. The requirements for playing and singing of children’s songs in preschool education are different from those in music professional colleges, and it must be targeted when cultivating students’ playing and singing skills. At present, the children’s song playing and singing ability of students majoring in preschool education is generally relatively weak. In order to effectively carry out the teaching of children’s song playing and singing, the subject research has carried out in-depth explorations on this, in order to improve the teaching effect of teachers, so as to promote the improvement of students’ level of children’s song playing and singing. Build a solid foundation for future work.


Preschool Education; Children’s Songs; Playing and Singing; Teaching Exploration

Cite This Paper

Zhao Hui, Wang Yue. Research on Teaching Exploration of Children’s Songs in Preschool Education Majors. International Journal of New Developments in Education (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 13: 111-114. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDE.2022.041320.


[1] Grosse. Music-making and the master–pupil tradition in teaching: The current state of music education in Germany and Community Music [J]. International Journal of Community Music. 2016 (1)

[2] Albert Daniel J.  Social Media in Music Education [J]. Music Educators Journal. 2015 (2) 

[3] Kathryn Roulston, Peter Jutras, Seon Joo Kim.  Adult perspectives of learning musical instruments [J]. International Journal of Music Education. 2015 (3)

[4] Virginia Davis. What Middle School Students Need From Their General Music Class (and How We Can Help). General Music Today. 2011

[5] McPherson, Gary, Graham Graham F Welch. The Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Oxford University Press. 2012

[6] Charlton, Alan. GCSE Music Revision Guide. Rhinegold Education. 2010

[7] Michael M. Roy, Karendra Devroop, Laura Getz. Improvement in South African students’ outlook due to music involvement [J]. Music Education Research. 2015 (4)

[8] Pei-Luen Tsai, Mei-Ching Chen, Yu-Ting Huang, Keh-Chung Lin. Effects of listening to pleasant music on chronic unilateral neglect: A single-subject study [J]. NeuroRehabilitation. 2013 (1)

[9] Lilla Belle Pitts.  Music Education, Isolated or Integrated? [J]. Music Educators Journal. 2013 (1)

[10] A. Aylin Can, Utku Yüksel. Assessment of music education courses of public education center in the direction of the trainees opinions in the process of lifelong learning [J]. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2012

[11] Grace Anne Thompson, Larry Allen Abel. Fostering Spontaneous Visual Attention in Children on the Autism Spectrum: A Proof‐of‐Concept Study Comparing Singing and Speech [J]. Autism Research. 2018 (5)