Listening to Music

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Listening to Music

  1. 1. Listening to Music Christian Sanchez 3/30/14
  2. 2. Introduction • The web site I created with this PowerPoint is composed of research about music therapy, it benefits, and how listening to music is beneficial for a person’s health and academic performance. • The PowerPoint is composed of on field research with the use of interview questions from Students and Teachers about listening to music during the day wither its in school or out of school. • About 20 participants filled out these interviews
  3. 3. How long do you listen to music per day? Results 30 minutes - 1 hour 1 - 3 hours 3 hours or more The green portion equals 41.17% The blue portion equals 35.29% The red portion equals 23.53%
  4. 4. What is your Favorite Genre? Rock 19% Rap 10% Country 29% Classical 10% Pop 13% Metal 3% Indie 3% Other 13% RESULTS
  5. 5. When during the day do you listen to music the most? 5% 50% 39% 6% RESULTS At School In the car At home Other
  6. 6. (Students) Does music help you focus better on school? 78% 22% Results Yes No
  7. 7. (Teachers) how often do your students listen to music in your class? 61% 24% 15% Results Most of Class Partially during class rarely never
  8. 8. (Students) Does listening to music improve your mood? 100% 0%0%0% RESULTS yes no
  9. 9. (Teachers) Do you think music can improve students focus to their work? Yes 62% No 38% RESULTS Note : Most of the teachers wrote that It only depends on what kind of genre Like smooth or classical which is part Of the Mozart Effect mentioned in “Music’s impact on cognitive performance” page.
  10. 10. Does listening to music relive your stress from the day? 94% 6% Results Yes No

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