2022 年 26 巻 p. 1-12
This study aims to clarify how a shared musical score functions as a learning environment factor in creating a situation in which learners communicate images of singing expressions. After analyzing the setting in which students together devised a way of singing using “Hakone Hachiri” as a teaching material in a high school art (music) class, the following conclusions were made. First, jointly used scores are subject to ‘joint attention’. Second, the shared musical score functions as a constructive and collaborative learning tool, and as a mediator that promotes the sharing of singing expression images and memories. As a result, a situation is established in which images of singing expressions are communicated with each other.