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  • Music 23 Confucius
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    ... 's in the conduct of others, and finding pleasure in having many wise friends, these are advantageous. But finding pleasure in profligate enjoyments, finding pleasure in idle gadding about, and finding pleasure in feasting, these are injurious. 22 Ritual, was an important subject of study. It has been illustrate by the poetry and music from the study of Confucius. It is also the Way of teaching people to the Gentleman level. 'If a man is not humane, what has he to do with ritual? If a man is...
  • Use Of Music As A Healing Tool
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    MUSIC AS A TEACHING AND HEALING TOOL Music is a remarkable tool to be used to dramatically increase learning and healing in the classroom. Its successful role has been documented throughout the academic community, yet, its use has not been widely utilized by teachers. Since Aristotle, music has been considered one of the forces used to teach. Moreover, for more than half a century the psychiatric and the educational communities have studied, analyzed and implemented the use of music as a healing...
  • Relaxation And Special Music
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    We live in a world where 'education' and the accumulation of skills have assumed fanatical proportions. We th th at heavy school bags, but continue putting noses to the grindstone. Always in the hope of the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Except, that in the first decade of the 2000's the way to that pot is no luminescent rainbow. And the sad part is, it needn't be so. The proof of the pudding -- the training experience of companies including U.S.A. -based AT & T's National Product Traini...
  • Type Of Musical Profession
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    I have mixed feelings about the internship I did last semester. In one way I am extremely glad that I did it, and in another way I am not. The internship was at Burgess Elementary School working with first and second graders in their music classes. My reason for choosing this internship was that I am very musical and enjoy it very much and I wanted to see what it was like to have this type of musical profession. I really enjoyed working with the children very much, and of course Mrs. Kruczek as ...
  • Of My Friends From Wayland
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    Question: Many students expand their view of the world during their time in college. Such growth often results from encounters between students who have lived different cultural, economic, or academic experiences. With your future growth in mind, describe a potential classmate that you believe you could learn from either within or outside a formal classroom environment. Viewed at face value, this question asks me to essentially create an imaginary friend - something that I have not done since I ...
  • Risk Students Musical Groups
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    Effects Of Music On The Mind Are people typically geniuses Statistically, people probably are not. In fact, most people probably aren't even intellectually gifted at all. Most people are likely to be pretty much average, maybe a little bit above average, or a little below, but very average none the less. It is universally understood that people strive to learn to become wiser and more informed about the world around them. The more people learn, the more powerful they can become. It is the speed ...
  • Musical Rent
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    The 1996 hit musical RENT stars an amazing cast, each with his / her own powerful voice. This musical, Jonathan Larsons first produced show, has become one of the biggest things ever on Broadway. The concept of the show is nothing immaculate. RENT is a musical updating La Boheme and setting it in NYC's East Village on Christmas Eve. In the opera, the Parisians are afflicted with tuberculosis. This plague was modified to todays equivalent of the AIDS virus. This rock musical has a majority of its...
  • Learning Music The Student
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    Timothy Sleep Due to lack of funds and support from state and federal governments, public schools are unable to provide music education and hands on experience with musical instruments. Therefore, parents seek the assistance of a private music instructor to aid in this deficiency. As a result of learning music, students also make new friends, have an outlet for self-expression, increase self-esteem and improve their academic abilities. There are many social groups in which students can get invol...
  • Music As A Form Of Expression
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    Being a part of society since the beginning of time, music has an unique and powerful influence on daily life. Shown to help kids learn new skills at a faster rate, music can also be very beneficial to the mind in forms of relaxation and personality. It provides as a way to express and communicate emotions to others, and is an important and useful tool in learning. When you look back at the most primitive ages of humanity, people used songs to communicate during wars since they didn't have techn...
  • Spanish In High School
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    Literary history for me has been extremely assorted in terms of my receiving of knowledge. I have been fortunate to have come in contact with many diverse people and experiences that shaped my literacy into what it is today. I am lucky to be literate in more than the basic reading and writing skills, but also native language, illustration, vernacular speech, digital electronics, and musical performance / composition. My native language has been something of interest to me. It has been influenced...

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