A New Music Teaching Mode Based on Computer Automatic Matching Technology
The rapidly developing computer technology has been extensively applied in music teaching. The computer automatic matching technology supports the automatic generation of randomized teaching contents, providing a good tool to develop the musical thinking of students. This paper tentatively introduces this technology to music teaching, and derives a new music teaching mode. The results show that, computer technology can effectively assist in music teaching; the inclusion of computer technology in music teaching arouses students’ interest in music activities; the application of computer automatic matching technology has improved students’ professional skills, live music performance, as well as music ability. The research results greatly promote the reform of music teaching modes and methods.
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