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As the students prepare for the upcoming spring concert and graduation, let us consider why music is so important.  In her book ‘The Harmonious Child’, Lucy Saperstein states: “Whether music lessons make children smarter, we cannot say, but they certainly make them better students.’

 March-June 2014 Newsletter

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Music helps students to:

· focus on tasks

· organize work independently

· evaluate personal performance

· learn to report

· avoid procrastination

· be conscious of posture

· engage their mind

· be aware of senses

· sense of mission

· set goals

· verbalize thoughts

· set priorities

· Increase self-discipline

 

 



                                                    



A student that studies music:

 

· values punctuality

· acknowledges Negligence

· follows directions

· asks and answers questions

· engages intellectually with an adult/teacher

· pays attention to instructions

· comes prepared

· adapts to a schedule

· interacts attentively with others

· learns to listen

· corrects errors and learns from    mistakes

· improves motor skills and co-ordination


 
 
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Lauren Hawana,
Mar 10, 2014, 8:15 AM
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Deborah Baker,
Mar 3, 2013, 9:58 PM
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Lauren Hawana,
Apr 13, 2014, 6:06 PM
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