Tatjana Krstevska Kovacevska: Presentation and compatibility of vocal and manual techniques and other capabilities, skills, habits and knowledge in teaching music programs FYROMacedonia with other countries from Europe

Abstract
 
Changes as the world trend in basic education in our country are understood and accepted as a necessity driven by the needs for openness and correspondence of our education with that in developed countries. It means overcoming a system that is insufficiently standardized, stereotypical, traditionalist, yet generally authoritarian, and full academism. The system that fosters a style of work in which students mostly remember and do not understand, know, but do not know how. This applies to the program areas represented, their quantitative ratio, internal organization and other specifics.
In this paper, the presented and analyzed in educational systems, i.e. lesson plans for elementary teaching, teaching programs in music education / music / musical culture for elementary instruction, curricula for teacher profile for grades that can perform teaching music education in order to give a full display of the significance of linkage of competences that teachers receive lower grades, and that teachers are trained practically realized examples of vocal music works.
The analysis selected just such aspects, primarily because of the need to gain deeper knowledge of argumentative weaknesses, but the benefits of music education in the lower grades in primary schools in FYRM. Moreover, as noted, are taken into account data on music education in those countries with a longer tradition in education or in Europe that have successful reforms. For many questions and assessments that are raised in this analysis, another more specific answers, indicators or arguments may be found in comparative reviews, length of grades, internal organization, the structure of curricula, teaching programs in music education in elementary school.