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Violeta Malasuerte

on 5 October 2012

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Transcript of Music

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Group 3 The Power of Music on Memory and Learning The simultaneous left and right brain action maximizes learning and retention of information The simultaneous left and right brain action maximizes learning and retention of information Singing and playing an instrument help the brain to process information Ancient Greeks sang their dramas because they understood how music could help them remember more easily Three groups of students A pretest
A posttest
A test a week after the first two tests Handel's Water Music Imagine the words Handel's Water Music They were not asked to imagine the words Only read the words
Was not given any background music
Not asked to imagine the words The result: group 1 rocks Our recommendation for our English course Listen to Mozart's Sonata for Two Piano's in D Major This type of music releases neurons in the brain which help the body to relax and improve tests Music as language It's a form of expression. A way to express ourselves, convey feelings and, sometimes, it actually works better than a written or verbal language A child learns to play music by being taught how an instrument works. Music that gets stuck in your head can be annoying, but it also serves a multitude of other purposes that benefit you, if you treat it like a language.
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