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Title: 保育者養成における人形劇の活用 : 丹下進の人形劇指導
Other Titles: Using Puppet Play in Training of Child-care Specialists : Tange's Lesson of Puppet Theater Play
Authors: 米谷, 淳
MAIYA, Kiyoshi
棚橋, 美代子
向平, 知絵
Issue Date: 8-Feb-2008
Publisher: 京都女子大学発達教育学部
Abstract: Nowadays, a lot of nursery nurse schools subject their students to produce and play puppet theater play in kindergartens in their curriculum. However, nursery nurse schools which adopt professional puppet players to teach their students how to play it, although there may be lots of important meanings in their teaching. The purpose of this study was to investigate into the meanings and the effectiveness of leaning puppet theater play from an experienced professional puppet player in training of child-care specialists. The interview was conducted to a famous puppet play player, director, and teacher, Mr. Susumu Tange (Musubi Za) in order to study his theory on puppet play, child development, and performance arts. As the results of qualitative analysis of Mr. Tange's talk, it was indicated that he owed his theory mainly from a famous Child developmental Psychologist, Takashi Inui who wrote many books about puppet play on the basis of his experiences as an amateur puppet player. After Inui, Mr. Tange thinks that puppet play is better than drama play in developing sentiment and social skills of young children. Mr. Tange also accents on empathy of puppet player to perceive children's feeling and their inner speech in watching puppet play as well as timely action of puppet player to children. After writings of students who were directly and indirectly taught puppet play by Mr. Tange were analyzed, it was suggested that the synergy of Mr. Tange's teaching and doing by learning training program of puppet play might have occurred in performing puppet theater play in front of sick children in hospitals. The writing indicated that the students participated in the practice could learn deeply the meaning of puppet play for children, growing as a man and being motivated into further learning of child-care as well as puppet play. It was concluded that learning from puppet play from experienced professional puppet player is much more meaningful than only doing by learning program of producing puppet play and play it in kindergarten in a group.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/900
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