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Journal: Pedagogy & Psychology. Theory and practice (Vol.1, No. 9)

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Page : 26-32

Keywords : value-conscious attitude; training; pop singing; values; structure of valueconscious attitude; attitude components: motivational; cognitive; affective; connotative; acting and volitional; pedagogical conditions; training of specialists.;

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The article focuses on the influence of performer's individual values on their ability to learn pop singing. Basing on the analysis of specialized literature and own observations, the author comes to the conclusion about the relationship between educational activity and the value orientations of individual. With all the different approaches researchers are unanimous that under the attitude a psychological phenomenon is usually understood, the essence of which is the emergence of a human psychic, accumulating a knowledge of specific object of reality, that integrates emotional and behavioral responses to it. Attitudes of individual are formed and changed under the influence of various factors, among which the leading role belongs to personal and social factors of formation of human values system. The article points out two forms of attitude to any activity: connotative (needs, motives) and emotional one (feelings, emotions). Value-conscious attitude of students to learning pop singing is considered as an integrative education of individual, which is based on professional values, having a multifunctional structure consisting of such components as motivational, cognitive, affective, acting and volitional. This definition allows you to determine the pedagogical conditions of formation of students' value-conscious attitude to learning pop singing.

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