The benefits of music education for children


Music is a very powerful theme-it was used in Greek times for treatment, communication, relaxation and enjoyment. Even before birth, we are aware of our mother's heartbeat and during childhood are relaxed for the song lullaby. Every day it hears some form of ear or rhythm, and it can even be found in nature, for example, how birds communicate through song, as a language.

Music is such a powerful force, it creates deep emotions in people-he played at weddings is fortunately, horror movies, and during the war of fear and at home for happiness, and it lends itself to relaxation, stress relief and health therapy and the relationship between music, body, soul and even has been shown to improve physical and mental health.

Skills such as team work, communication, self-esteem, creative thinking, calm attitude, imagination, discipline, study skills and inventions of scientists and improved through the study of music, focusing on the fact that the children are mostly very susceptible to pitch and rhythm is one of the main ways the child learns his speech-that we can lead the musical education of children, to help them with benefitsince success in society and in life.

"We believe that skills, teach art, creative thinking, problem solving, risk, teamwork and communication is exactly those tools, the work force of tomorrow will need if we don't encourage students to master these skills through training the quality of art. Today, how can we expect them to succeed in their careers are highly competitive business of tomorrow? "

-Richard Guryn

Chief Executive Officer, Binnie and Smith, creator of Crayola Crayons

Music is a part of our society, and on the part of all communities-each human culture uses music to promote their ideas and ideals. Studying art provides children with an inner understanding of other cultures and teach them to be responsive to the people of these cultures. It is the development of empathy and compassion, as opposed to developing greed and selfish attitude, provides bridges between different cultures, which lead to toward other races at an early age.

The music is of great importance for our economy is creating jobs, increasing the tax base, encourage tourism and spurs growth in related businesses. Music research develops the skills needed in the workplace skills such as team work and discipline – during musical performances of all participants must work together to create a sound that they want to achieve, and this is common practice is also needed. Music promotes the work and ' do ', in contrast to the observations, and these ethics employers seek.

Because of the ability of music to relax, calm down and heal, and the optimal platform for emotions, participate in music helps to cut a bright relationship – more optimism toward the future, less TV and non-industrial activities, low alcohol, tobacco and drug use, and the desire to develop individual abilities.

Music study requires skills, communication skills, and cognitive skills, and how they are acquired and developed they extend the capabilities of students in other scientific areas and help them become better students. -Students with course/experience in music and music appreciation scored higher on the SAT: music students scored 57 points higher at verbal′nomu and 41 points higher in math, and students in music appreciation scored 63 points higher on the verbal and 41 points higher in math than students without. -College senior generation national report: profile Takers SAT program test. Princeton, n.j.: College

Entrance examination Board, 2001.

The discipline of music, in particular through participation in ensembles, helps students learn to work effectively in a school environment, without resorting to violence or misbehavior--according to statistics compiled by the National Resource Center for data processing, students who can be classified as "destructive" (based on factors such as frequent skipping classes, once in trouble in school suspensions, disciplinary reasons, arrests and emigrants) total 12,14% of the total population of the school. By contrast, only 1.77 percent of students participating in music classes, meet the same criteria as "devastating". -On the basis of data from NELS: 88 (national education longitudinal study), and the second followed in 1992.

Many studies have been conducted on the impact of music on the brain. Scientists say that children who are exposed to music or those who play an instrument better time in school than those who do not. The latest research shows the impact of music can bring benefits to reading the age of the child, IQ and develop certain parts of the brain.

You can show that some measures of intelligence of the child increases with music training – the connection between music and spatial intelligence (the ability to perceive the world and to form mental images of things) helps people visualize and predstavit

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