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Music In Motion

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  • 1. The art of music
  • 2. What is music? What is the effects of music on students? How to use music in the classroom?
  • 3.  Music can be an instrument.  Music is a person singing.  Music is tempo.  Music is rhythm.  Music is loud.  Music is soft.  Music is complex. Music is fun. Music is interesting.
  • 4. What are three ways to describe music? What are the performing arts? What is a medium that can be used in music?
  • 5. “Music Helps the Learning Process Music lifts spirits of    Most children are born as average and not as geniuses. The only reason why certain sad children people are called geniuses is because they learn at a faster pace than others. Everyone can learn, but the speed  Music engages at which one learns something is different for different people. Apparently, if you children in listening allow your child to play an instrument or take him to singing lessons, it helps to increase the speed at which he learns. If  It helps children to you as a parent are always trying to find out ways to improve your child's intelligence, this is one easy way that your learn sounds. (high child will improve. Music will increase the speed at which your child can solve and low sounds) problems because learning how to play an instrument or sing makes your child think and helps them to be more  It increases reading coordinated. While learning an instrument, your child uses the same abstract reasoning skills that he uses in and math skills. maths. There are even some schools in the US that make music a required part of the curriculum to help their students improve their scholastic scores.” 4 What is Music? How to use music in the classroom?
  • 6.  “Increased vocabulary  Children learn new words through learning the words to songs.  They learn action vocabulary through singing songs which have actions.  They learn positional vocabulary similarly, 'over', 'under', etc.  They develop descriptive vocabulary to help them to describe the sounds of the instruments and the music.”4
  • 7. How does music effect children? How does music increase Vocabulary? How does music affect the learning Process?
  • 8.  Music can be used as self soother for children with special needs.  Music can help to teach something you want to learn.  Music helps students engage in conversations.  Music can help to teach different cultures  Music raises self-esteem  Music can set the mood of a classroom.  “Music can provide a well-rounded curriculum.”2
  • 9.  Without music  Ifyou add music to things can be your teaching then boring . your children will be happier and more apt to learn.
  • 10. Will you add music to your classroom? What are some benefits of music in the classroom? Why is music so important to teaching ?
  • 11. 1. Unknown author (Januaray 24, 2010). Effects of music on children. (c) 1999 -  2010 India Parenting Pvt. Ltd. http://www.indiaparenting.com/confident- child/42_1068/the-effects-of-music-on-children.html 2. Eizabeth Ann Kilpatrick ( May 8, 2003). Music in the Classroom. http://incolor.inetnebr.com/juliette/Lizktitlepage.htm 3. Unknown author (December 22, 2009). Performing Arts. Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Performing_arts 4. Youth Music Report.(2006). Turning their ears on. Keeping their ears open http://www.literacytrust.org.uk/talktoyourbaby/youthmusicresearch.htlm

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