Analysis on the Innovative Strategy of National Music Teaching in Colleges From the Perspective of Visual Communication

Shengmin XIAO

Abstract


National music is an extremely important part of college music teaching. Compared with pop music, national music itself has more abundant connotations and is more difficult to learn. In order to further increase the efficiency of national music efficiency, innovations were made in the teaching strategy based on the past teaching experience from the perspective of visual communication. Practice has proved that integrating visual language signs based on the traditional voice language signs has obvious effects in promotion and popularization of national music. Based on the combination of seeing and hearing, this paper analyzes its teaching mechanism and, meanwhile, proposes the innovative strategy of national music teaching in colleges, in the hope of facilitating the sound development of national music course in colleges.


Keywords


Visual communication; National music; Teaching innovation

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

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