The Little Book of Music for the Classroom

Apart from the musical extracts suggested earlier in this Little Book, here is awealth of music tracks whichIuse all the time.Try them and remember: Sound Waves Make Brain Waves. Great UpBeat 'Dance' Music Wham – 'Wake Me Up BeforeYou ...

Author: Nina Jackson

Publisher: Crown House Publishing

ISBN: 9781845903374

Category: Education

Page: 160

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If you ever want to start a fight in the staffroom then bring up the question of the use of music in the classroom. And if you want to settle that perennial dispute then this is the book to do it with. Nina's groundbreaking research has proven how music can be of direct benefit for learning and motivation in classrooms across the school and this book , simply and effectively, tells you what music to use, when and why. So, put away your whale song CD and your James Last box set and explore how real music can transform your classroom.

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