Connect Language and Learning and Music: Why and How


Read To hear the beat, your brain may think about moving to it at


3 Ways To Make English Grammar Fun: Teach With Songs


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English Lessons: 14 Song-Based Lesson Plans and Activities


Who does not enjoy the benefits of music in language teaching?  We all make use of it. Are you running out of ideas? Check out some great ideas at

Teaching English Language Using Music and Rythm


First and second language learners alike benefit from the use of music and rhythm to make sense of language chunks. Music is also a great mnemonic device assisting memorization as a metacognitive tool. Read more about the role of music in How music and songs boost language learning at

Research on Music and Language: A Powerful Connection


Interesting research in Mu­sic and nat­ive lan­guage in­ter­act in the brain at

Culture Corner: From ‘Volare’ to ‘Mi Gente,’ Every Foreign-Language Top 10 Hit on the Billboard Hot 100


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Language Corner: Do speakers of different languages hear music differently?




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.


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