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Music 405 - Aly Gomez, Jocelyn Lucas, Jessica McAllister

Music 405 - Aly Gomez, Jocelyn Lucas, Jessica McAllister

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  • 1. 8 Habits ofHighly Effective People Aly Gomez, Jessica McAllister, Jocelyn Lucas
  • 2. Be Proactive!Use your ears tolisten to the music.Always be payingattention and focuson what youre hearing.
  • 3. Begin With the End In MindThink about the type of music you choose... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1s1ECntZfGI• what do you want to do with it?• how do you want it to make you feel?
  • 4. First Things FirstRules of Listening to Music!• Sit down• No distractions• Be comfy• Be thinking about what you are going to hear and why we listen o We listen to obtain information. o We listen to understand. o We listen for enjoyment. o We listen to learn.
  • 5. Think Win-WinListening = Enjoying the music Music releases a feel good chemical inthe brain. It is proven, it makes you happy!!!Distracted = Not enjoying the music
  • 6. Seek First to Understand, Then toBe Understood Listen to the song multiple times to make sure you completely understand it. Once you feel you understand the music share with a friend and boogie on down!
  • 7. SynergizeEveryone hears things and music differently,therefore everyone gets different things out ofthe song.How do melody and instruments work together to make music?
  • 8. Sharpen the SawListen multiple times for different things! Like: Repetition, specific instruments, different tones or moods, etc.
  • 9. Find Your Voice; Inspire Others to Find TheirsAfter fully understanding the song, be creative! Use the melody and make a piggyback song for a lesson or to help you remember information. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPzIbbvoiMA

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