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Musical Intelligence Ppp
Musical Intelligence Ppp
Musical Intelligence Ppp
Musical Intelligence Ppp
Musical Intelligence Ppp
Musical Intelligence Ppp
Musical Intelligence Ppp
Musical Intelligence Ppp
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Musical Intelligence Ppp


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  • 1. Musical Intelligence
  • 2. Introduction:
    • People who have musical intelligence = love music .
    • Appreciate: rhythm / composition.
    • They are gifted with:
    • The ability to compose, sing or play instruments.
    • Are able to recognize sounds , tones and rhythm,
    • Have a good ear for music .
    • Learn best through lectures and often use rhythm and music as a way to memorize things .
  • 3. Learning Through Many Kinds of Intelligence
    • Dr. Howard Gardner has created a Theory of Multiple Intelligences.
    • He points out that schools focus on verbal/linguistic and logical mathematical skills.
    • He suggests that there are at least six other kinds of intelligence that are important to develop like: visual/spatial, bodily/kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, naturalist and intrapersonal intelligence .
    • Gardner believes that the eight intelligences are independent, they are developed at different times and to different degrees in different individuals .
  • 4. Different kinds of music can help you in lots of aspects
    • Music increases the productivity of students.
    • Classical music can increase attention levels and improve retention and memory.
    • Instrumental music is very relaxing and encourages you to meditate.
    • Some rock music can create a welcoming atmosphere.
  • 5. Listening to music while you are studying
    • This habit will:
    • Increase our attention levels .
    • Improve retention and memory.
    • Extend focus learning time.
    • Expand thinking skills.
  • 6. Music and Learning
      • Giving rhythm to learning helps us to remember and learn the topics of the class.
      • Example: We can memorize the bones of our body with a song , learn the capitals of S outh America or many other things.
      • For some people learning through music is fun and easy to learn.
  • 7.
    • Strengths: Rhythm and Music.
    • People who have strong musical. intelligence are good at thinking through patterns, rhythms and sounds.
    • They have a strong appreciation for music and are often good at musical compositions and performances.
  • 8. What are specific ways music can be used in the classroom?
    • Music can be used to help us remember learning experiences and information like:
    • Active Learning Experiences.
    • Focus on alpha state learning.
    • Memorization.
    • Personal Expression.
  • 9.
    • Characteristics of Musical Intelligence:
    • Enjoy singing and playing musical instruments.
    • Recognize musical patterns and tones easily.
    • Good at remembering songs and melodies.
    • Related Careers:
    • You can be a…
    • Musician … Gian Marco Pedro Suarez Vertiz
    • Composer… Beethoven Mozart
  • 10.
    • Singer … Jonas Brother
    • Music Teacher …. Miss Barbara Leyva and Ernesto Flores
    • Instrumentalists.. Jean Pierre Magnet Las Bond
  • 11. Thank you for your attention