Culture Corner: From ‘Volare’ to ‘Mi Gente,’ Every Foreign-Language Top 10 Hit on the Billboard Hot 10027/11/2017
It is true (“as we replicated in our study” explains Langus) that the rhythm of spoken language influenced the perception of the sounds of other languages. “However, we found no transfer of the effect to the other domains of non-linguistic auditory and visual stimuli” concludes the research scientist.
All of like to use music in our classrooms. Read this piece to find some reason why we should do so and how to do it: RATIONALES AND APPROACHES TO USING MUSIC IN THE EFL CLASSROOM at http://minnetesoljournal.org/spring-2015/rationales-and-approaches-to-using-music-in-the-efl-classroom
Music and language classes: A great match, right? Read more at http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolc/issues/2017-10-01/4.html
Read How music and songs boost language learning at http://exclusive.multibriefs.com/content/how-music-and-songs-boost-language-learning/education
Good ideas for your schools can be found at http://exclusive.multibriefs.com/content/7-tips-for-engaging-esl-students-in-music-education/education