Research on Improving Skills of Dance Classroom Teaching Organizing in Universities: A Case Study of Mongolian Dance Teaching

Ran SHANG

Abstract


Classroom organizing skills are the fulcrum of a course and the basic guarantee for completing classroom teaching tasks. Effective classroom depends on teachers’ control. All factors that affect teaching should be organized and integrated by teachers. Teachers should formulate reasonable teaching plans through analysis, and their organizational skills will determine the classroom teaching effect. In this paper, the present situation of classroom teaching is investigated and studied to improve the classroom organizing ability of dance teachers. According to the survey results, it is found that Mongolian dance teachers have some problems, such as insufficient theoretical knowledge of classroom organization, too simple classroom organizational form, and lack of attention to classroom organization. To solve these problems, the Suggestions are as follows:create good classroom atmosphere, organize and maintain students’ attention, and arouse students’ interest and motivation in learning.


Keywords


Classroom organizing skills; Teaching tasks; Mongolian dance teacher; Improvement of skills

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11761

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