Transcript of "Period # 6 - Olga Voronenko - Music Affects on the Brain and Education"
A Presentation by: Olga Voronenko<br />SLC: Magnet<br />Music Affects on the Brain and Education<br />
Music has always been a big part of my life.<br />Constantly I heard that it can improve your brain.<br />Curiosity took over and I knew that this was the topic for me.<br />Why?<br />
Taking a part in a music program at school or taking private lessons can affect your brain greatly and improve your learning, memory, speech, and language skills. <br />Thesis Statement <br />
Pro’s<br />Teaches student creativity<br />As we later find out it expands memory<br />Not as important as other subjects: math, reading….ect.<br />No beneficial information is learned.<br />Pro’s and Con’s of Funding Music Programs<br />Con’s<br />
Researchers discovered better process of speech in noisy classrooms.<br />Differentiate language and the change of tone in a human voice.<br />Playing an Instrument<br />
Listening to music can make a task seem easier.<br />Soothing music helps thinking<br />A positive attitude that provides motivation.<br />A Different Type of an Affect<br />
Increase in size and number of nerve cells in the auditory, motor, and visual spatial areas.<br />Have better memory and enhanced verbal memory.<br />Brain gets trained to use multiple areas in order to remember. <br />Musicians and Their Brains<br />
Easier to learn another language due to trained ears.<br />Children musicians have stronger neural activation to pitch changes in speech.<br />Musicians and Their Brains con’t.<br />
Being involved in music has amazing advantages.<br />Expands brain capabilities that are helpful in education.<br />Music improves memory , speech, and language skills.<br />Helps to learn new languages.<br />Conclusion<br />
“Arts Education” Issues & Controversies On File: n.pag. Issues & Controversies. Facts On File<br /> News Services, 18 June 1999. Web. 16 Nov. 2010 < http://www.2facts.com/article/i0401480<br />Northwestern University. “Music Training Enhances Brainstem Sensitivity to Speech Sounds, <br /> Neuroscientists Says.” ScienceDaily, 22 Feb. 2010. Web. 13 Nov. 2010. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/02/100220184327.htm<br />MENC, The National Association for Music Education. Music Makes the Difference: Music, <br /> Brain Development, and Learning. Rowman & Littlefield Educator, 2000. Print.<br />Works Cited<br />
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