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Music Class First DAY!!!

to show on the first day of music class
by

Inma Montesinos García

on 14 September 2014

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Transcript of Music Class First DAY!!!

Who is your teacher?
family
heritage
education
professional life
relationship to music
Music through the Ages
Changes in technology
Changes in style
Changes in fashion
My favourite music
Your favourite music
Who are you?
Your cultural background
Your preferences
Your greatest achievements
Your favourite music
Classroom Expectations
RESPECT
Safe Place
No one has the right to interfere with another's learning
Be prepared
Try Hard; Be Nice


Welcome to Music Class
Relieves Pain
Listening to music can reduce chronic pain from a range of painful conditions, including osteoarthritis, disc problems and rheumatoid arthritis, by up to 21% and depression by up to 25%, according to a paper in the latest UK-based Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Lowers Blood Pressure
By playing recordings of relaxing music every morning and evening, people with high blood pressure can train themselves to lower their blood pressure - and keep it low. According to research reported at the American Society of Hypertension meeting in New Orleans, listening to just 30 minutes of classical, Celtic or raga music every day may significantly reduce high blood pressure.

Music enhances intelligence, learning and IQ
Listening to music or playing an instrument can actually make you learn better. And research confirms this. Music has the power to enhance some kinds of higher brain function, such as
Reading and literacy skills
Spatial-temporal reasoning
Mathematical abilities
Emotional intelligence


Music Reduces Stress & Helps You Relax
Listening to slow, quiet classical music, is proven to reduce stress. Countless studies have shown that music's relaxing effects can be seen on anyone, including newborns.


Physical relaxation. Music can promote relaxation of tense muscles.
Aids in stress relief activities. Researchers discovered that music can decrease the amount of the cortisol, a stress-related hormone produced by the body in response to stress.
Reduces negative emotions. Music, especially upbeat tunes, can take your mind off what stresses you, and help you feel more optimistic and positive.
How does Music Reduce Stress?
Music Improves Body Movement and Coordination
Music reduces muscle tension and improves body movement and coordination.
Music may play an important role in developing, maintaining and restoring physical functioning in the rehabilitation of persons with movement disorders.
Increases post-stroke recovery
Chronic headaches & migraine remedy
Music boosts immunity
Fights fatigue
(gives you more energy)
How we experience movies and life
Benefits of Music
What Will We Do in Music Class?
perform
create
listen
analyze
appreciate
Classroom Expectations
Listening to Music
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Saturnia - 1955
Flagship Academy Rules
1. Keep your hands, feet and all objects to yourself

2.Treat others the way you want to be treated

3. Follow all directions the first time given

4. Follow all classroom procedures

5. Make good choices :)
Consequences
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