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  • Author:
    Lois Rhea Land
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    0155648934
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    Harcourt Publishers Group (Australia) Pty.Ltd; First Edition edition (August 1973)
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oceedings{Land1978MusicIT, title {Music in Today's Classroom: Creating, Listening, Performing}, author {Lois Rhea Land and Mary Ann Vaughan}, year {1978} }. Lois Rhea Land, Mary Ann Vaughan.

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The free songs and rhymes in today’s post are non-holiday winter songs and rhymes. A couple of the songs mention Christmas, but they're primarily about winter. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, see my post with Free Summer Songs and Rhymes for Circle Time Sheryl Morris. Music in the Classroom.

Personal Name: Land, Lois Rhea. Music materials for the classroom": p. 148-155. Personal Name: Vaughan, Mary Ann. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (c). Physical Description: viii, 200 p. : illus. 28 cm. General Note: "For elementary education majors. General Note: "Music materials for the classroom": p. Rubrics: Music theory School music Instruction and study.

What makes music such a great teaching tool is its universal appeal . 1. Listen to the song. That’s it – start things off by just listening. Alternatively, prior to having listened to the song you can teach a couple of words and give a simple task for the first listening

This makes it one of the best and most motivating resources in the classroom, regardless of the age or background of the learner. It’s important to remember that this is supposed to be a fun activity; don’t make it too serious or boring. Alternatively, prior to having listened to the song you can teach a couple of words and give a simple task for the first listening. My favourite strategy is to give three or four words from the song and ask to them to listen out for the words that rhyme with them.

However, listening to music can make you a happier person, as music releases pleasurable emotions and .

However, listening to music can make you a happier person, as music releases pleasurable emotions and increases dopamine levels. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that promotes feelings of happiness and excitement. Studies have found that people may be better at solving problems when they are in a positive mood compared to when they are in a negative or neutral mood. However, if you find it relaxing and puts you in a pleasant mood, then try playing soothing music in the background, without lyrics, so it doesn’t distract you or prevent you from studying efficiently.

Designed for courses in music for elementary education majors