Role of Music

2461 Words Aug 16th, 2012 10 Pages

Tayug, Pangasinan

Term Paper


Communication Skills II

Second Semester S.Y 2009-2010

The Role of Music in Learning


This term paper explains the relevance and role of

music in learning. It also shows the benefits of listening

to soft music in stimulating our mind to do certain tasks.

It also discusses the study and research of some people

about the goodness of music to body.

I hope you will enjoy reading my term paper.

- Author –


I would like to thank the Almighty God for guiding and

giving me the knowledge to create this Term Paper.

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But, because I knew the songs, it gave me great confidence in my abilities or lack thereof. All I knew was that I was giving 100%. Who would have thought it? Over the years, I have learned to become more “on key” and have started and directed both choirs and bands in various schools. It is like seeing a caterpillar morph into a butterfly with these students. At the beginning, they are unsure and want to sing or particularly play their instrument as quietly as possible, just in case… However, in a very short time, they are playing with confidence and not only self- correcting, but learning which harmonies or chords should be sung/played and often correcting each other. In what seems to be no time at all, most students are happy to put their talents “on parade”. I was a very shy student and rarely asked questions aloud in class. Part of that was personality, but part of that was the presence of particular educators in class who made you feel lower than dirt and that you were stupid if you asked questions when you didn’t understand. As a result, I learned to figure most things out for myself as in the following… One day, when I was in about sixth grade, my mother came home and announced that she was beginning and directing a band at my school. It just so happened that we lived in the Canadian
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