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Targets. Advantages of Music EducationMusic Education AdvocacyWhat Parents can do to Encourage their Children in Music. How Music Connects with Core Subject Areas-Research and Ideas that are utilized as a part of the Music LessonsElementary Music Education. . . Significance OF MUSIC EDUCATION. . . Music Education Helps Develop:Hand-Eye CoordinationMemory SkillsConcentrationProblem Solving SkillsTeamworkSelf-Conf

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Mountainview Music Studio

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Benefits of Music Education Music Education Advocacy What Parents can do to Encourage their Children in Music How Music Connects with Core Subject Areas-Research and Ideas that are utilized as a part of the Music Lessons Elementary Music Education Objectives

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IMPORTANCE OF MUSIC EDUCATION Music Education Helps Develop: Hand-Eye Coordination Memory Skills Concentration Problem Solving Skills Teamwork Self-Confidence/Self Esteem Standards of Excellence Time Management Skills

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4 Categories of Benefits for Music Education Success in Society Success in School Success in Developing Intelligence Success in Life

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Every human culture utilizes music to impart thoughts and beliefs expressions of the human experience are recognized as one of the six essential scholastic branches of knowledge understudies ought to study to prevail in school Academic Preparation for College: What Students Need to Know and Be Able to Do, 1983 [still in use], The College Board, New York human expressions make occupations, increment neighborhood assess base, goad development in organizations (lodgings, eateries), and enhance the personal satisfaction for our urban communities and towns American Arts Alliance Fact Sheet, October 1996 1. Achievement in Society

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Students partaking in expressions programs in chose rudimentary and center schools in New York City demonstrated noteworthy increments in self-regard and thinking abilities National Arts Education Research Center, New York University, 1990 2. Accomplishment in School Students with music execution or gratefulness encounter scored higher on the SAT than those not included. How much higher? 53 focuses higher on verbal and 39 focuses higher on math for those included in music execution 61 focuses higher on the verbal and 42 focuses higher on the math for those included in music gratefulness 1999 College-Bound Seniors National Report: Profile of SAT Program Test Takers, The College Entrance Examination Board, Princeton, New Jersey

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Music preparing is better than PC guideline in upgrading youngsters' dynamic thinking abilities, those important for learning math and science Shaw, Rauscher, Levine, Wright, Dennis, and Newcomb Two Rhode Island schools gave an enhanced, successive, expertise building music program which demonstrated stamped changes in perusing and math aptitudes. Understudies in this program who had begun behind the control aggregate got up to speed to factual correspondence in perusing, and pulled ahead in math Gardiner, Fox, Jeffrey, and Knowles 3. Accomplishment in Developing Intelligence-Research Results

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A learn at the University of California (Irvine) demonstrated that following eight months of console lessons, preschoolers demonstrated a 46% lift in their spatial thinking IQ Rauscher, Shaw, Levine, Ky, and Wright Children given piano lessons essentially enhanced in their spatial-transient IQ scores (vital for a few sorts of math thinking) contrasted with youngsters who got PC lessons, easygoing singing, or no lessons Rauscher, F.H., Shaw, G.L., Levine, L.J., Wright, E.L., Dennis, W.R., and Newcomb, R. Accomplishment in Developing Intelligence-Research Results Continued

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An Auburn University concentrate discovered critical increments in general self-idea of at-hazard kids taking an interest in an expressions program that included music, development, dramatizations, and craftsmanship, as measured by the Piers-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale N.H. Barry, Project ARISE: Meeting the requirements of distraught understudies through human expressions A learn at McGill University found that example acknowledgment and mental portrayal scores enhanced essentially for understudies given piano direction over a three-year time frame. They additionally found that self-regard and melodic abilities measures enhanced for those understudies Costa-Giomi, E. Accomplishment in Developing Intelligence-Research Results Continued

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Opens entryways that help youngsters move from school into their general surroundings universe of work, culture, scholarly action, and human association Gerald Ford, previous President, United States of America By contemplating music in school, understudies have the chance to expand on abilities, for example, correspondence, inventiveness, and collaboration. They improve their lives by expanding on these aptitudes and seeing the world from alternate points of view Michael E. DeBakey, M.D., Leading Heart Surgeon, Baylor College of Music. 4. Accomplishment in Life

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What Can Parents Do? Tune in to music with your tyke from little on up-nursery rhymes, people tunes, youngsters' melodies Sing and play music with your tyke Go to shows or watch shows on TV Encourage your tyke to take an interest in melodic exercises at school, church, and home Listen and show excitement for your tyke's melodic accomplishments Attend your kid's school/church music projects Be dynamic in your kid's regular day to day existence Engage in melodic exercises with your kid on the web. There are numerous intelligent locales

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How Music Connects to the Core Subject Areas AND... Examine & Ideas Used in Music Lessons

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MUSIC AND..... MATH

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Music and Math Spatial/fleeting connections in music exist as pitch and beat designs The intellectual abilities used to process music are utilized as a part of math also When singing on pitch: "Do" is not as much as "re", and "re" is not as much as "mi". As understudies build up these abilities, it can help understudies comprehend math ideas, for example, number lines Gardiner, 1996

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Music and Math 2 nd and 3 rd graders were shown portions utilizing idea of cadenced documentation connections between various note values Peers got customary division direction Students showed parts utilizing music idea scored 100% higher on parts tests than the individuals who learned utilizing the conventional strategy Rauscher, 1999

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Students utilize expansion and subtraction aptitudes when working with measures and beats-ex: Creating and additionally finishing measures utilizing quarter, half, eighth notes and their separate number of tallies. Melodic documentation notes and rhythms-are sets of charts Music and Math

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MUSIC AND SCIENCE

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Music and Science and Sound Experiments on sound waves and vibrations-utilizing an elastic band culled between two fingers to show vibration. See salt proceed onward a surface when sound is made: Put plastic firmly over an espresso can and secure with an elastic band. Put salt on the plastic. Tap a littler can with a ruler to see the salt move. The salt moves on the grounds that the plastic is vibrating because of the sound waves hitting it!

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Music and Science Instruments and Science Size and Pitch: Large instruments have low sounds Small instruments have high sounds Using Boomwhackers (plastic tubes that are pitched to specific notes), you can manufacture a pyramid to outwardly demonstrate the understudies that to bolster the pyramid, the expansive tube must be on the base (and it makes the most minimal sound). The littlest tube must be on the highest point of the pyramid (it makes the most noteworthy sound)

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Music and Science Other intriguing thoughts: Glasses loaded with various measures of water-have the understudies place them all together from the most reduced to the most noteworthy (the most reduced will be the one with minimal measure of water; the most noteworthy will be the one with the most water-the instrument is really the air segment made by the space not topped off with water: littler air space = more water = higher sound bigger air space = less water = bring down sound There are various melodies and development exercises that have a science center to them. The chances to associate music to science are ENDLESS!!!

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Music and… .. Social Studies

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Happens regularly when instructing/learning melodies about: Countries Continents States Game tunes from different societies Folk moves from around the globe While taking in these tunes, we likewise learn: Games Dances Instruments-both American and remote Rhythms Songs in local dialects History of American music and world Music and Social Studies

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Music and… .. Perusing!

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Both music and perusing depend on the separation of sounds from each other When figuring out how to peruse, we figure out how to relate letters to their talked sounds Phonemic phase of figuring out how to peruse is advanced by great pitch segregation aptitudes (learning relationship between visual parts of words and their talked sounds) Music and Reading

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Music and Reading Research Experimental gathering got Kodaly preparing five days for every week for 40 minutes amid a seven-month time frame Control aggregate got no uncommon music preparing Experimental gathering's perusing scores were fundamentally higher (88 th percentile) than the control gathering's (72 nd percentile) Hurwitz, Wolff, Bortnick, and Kokas

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Endless Possibilities!!! Music is always associated with the center subjects of instruction By it's temperament, music training actually addresses every single branch of knowledge!

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Your Child's Music Education in… Private Music Lessons...

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Young Beginners Lessons once every week for 20 minutes Intermediate~ Music two times each week for 30 minutes each or one time seven days for 45 minutes Your tyke gets… Beginners of any age Music two times each week for 20 minutes each or 30 minutes once per week Advanced~ Music one time for each week for 45 minutes

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Learn how to sing Learn how to peruse music Learn how to play instruments Learn melodic recreations Learn tunes Learn vital melodic terms Perform for others Create rhythms, songs, and moves Listen to music from many societies and eras Make instruments Show melodic expression And a whole lot more! Your Child Has the Opportunity to:

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To Continue Improving the Music Program, We Need.. A consistently developing music library, a moment piano educator, and a symphony or wind instrument instructor. We might likewise want to manufacture the choir program Parents, Parents, Parents!~You are the establishment of our program~Without your sup

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