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Classical music

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Transcript of Classical music

Classical music in the process of learning.
Should students listen to classical music because of its effects on academic performance?
CPS Student
ID: 201201146 Outline: Сlassical music Brief history of application of classical music

Advantages of listening to classical music

Reasons for positive impacts

Conclusion Brief history of application of classical music Fig.1- Number of classical music listeners and popular music listeners in Spain (Prieto-Rodriguez and Fernandez-Blanco,2000 ). People, who daily listen to popular music People,who daily listen to classical music Advantages of listening to classical music : High scores on IQ tests and other examinations (Jausovec et al,2006).

Effective retention of information (O’Donnell,2009). Fig.2-The result of Slovene intelligence test on brain activity during performance of different spatial rotational tasks (Jausovec et al,2006) People,who relaxed before the test People, who listened to classical music before the test Fig.3- The result of the study by Rauscher and colleagues on a standard IQ test (Elias-Durham,2006) Score People,who listened to classical music before the test People,who listened to relaxation tape People,who do not listen to anything Fig.4-The results of Lazonov’s system on learning information (O’Donnell,2009). The amount of the vocabulary for whole one school term Students,who listened to classical music, could learn a half of the vocabulary in one day Students,who do not listen to classical music, would learn a half of the vocabulary only by the middle of the term Slow beats for concentration and retention of information (O’Donnell,2009). Reasons for positive impacts : Conclusion: Enhancement of ability to memorize

Good results in IQ tests Reference list: Elias-Durham, C. (2006). Music Motivates the Movement of the Mind.

Jausovec, N. and K., I. Gerlic. (2006). The influence of Mozart’s music on brain activity in the process of learning. Clinical Neurophysiology, 117 (2006),2703-2714. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1388245706014258

Lewis, Erin. (2002). The Relationship of Listening to Classical Music on First Graders' Ability to Retain Information. http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/search/detailmini.jsp?_nfpb=true&_&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=ED471383&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=no&accno=ED471383

O’Donnell, L. (2009). Music And the Brain. http://www.moodelevatingmusic.com/articles/article-music-and-brain.pdf

Prieto-Rodriguez, J. and Fernandez-Blanco,V. (2000). Are popular and classical music listeners the same people? Journal of Cultural Economics 27, 147-164. http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1023%2FA%3A1007620605785 Thank you for your attention Students should listen to classical music to increase their academic performances. The study by Lewis on retention of information of first grade children proved that the music affects in the process learning (Lewis,2002). Neuron connections that trigger all parts of brain (Elias-Durham,2006).
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