Music Influence Music

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“I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning” (Plato). The music has been spread around the world from ancient times through the development of mankind, for example, it is easily seen that the music will be added as an important part of occasions or it is used to encourage and reassure people. Many researchers try to study about how the music affects to the human, especially the children because the music has become as a benefit tool for children’s development. Although most of people might believe that increasing the development of the children could be established by allowing the children to interact freely with other people or things -parents, friends and toys-…show more content…
There are many schools using music in the method of teaching and the children tend to memory things which are put in the music. For example, some teachers will use the rhythm of popular songs such as Happy birthday’s song, Ants Go Marching One by One, or If You're Happy and You Know It, and put English vocabularies in the music. This method can help the children memorise the vocabularies better because the rhythms of music can make the children memorise more easily and the technique of memorising the music is easier for children to repeat than speaking word by word. Maestro Eduardo Marturet has also shown that “participation in music at an early age can help improve a child's learning ability and memory by stimulating different patterns of brain development” (2013) When the children can memorise the vocabularies well, the children tend to be better at memorization on things because the way of memorization makes things to be encoded to the brain. The technique of memorization does not only make the children recognise the stuff around them or vocabularies but it can stimulate the performance of children’s brains
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