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Title: Teacher perceptions of and pupil achievement in the new primary school music programme : "the active approach to music-making"
Authors: Tan, Siong Hock.
Keywords: DRNTU::Visual arts and music::Music
Issue Date: 1997
Abstract: This study set out to investigate the perceptions of classroom teachers and the achievements of Primary 6 pupils towards the new primary school music curriculum, "The Active Approach to Music-Making" (AAMM) programme. The response of the pupils to their music lessons in the three academic streams, namely, EMI, EM2 and EM3, were also analysed . It also studied the performance of pupils in the "High-Academic" and "Low-Academic" schools. The "High-Academic" and "Low-Academic" schools were determined by the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) results for three consecutive years, prior to this study. The "High-Academic" schools had consistently achieved 'above-average' national results in their PSLE whereas those categorized "Low-Academic" had attained 'below-average' scores. The target group were eight primary schools.
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