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Yo tambien uso musica en mis clases casi todos los dias- tengo un cuaderno de argollas que esta a punto de explotar y que es muy desorganizado! But that database is very, very outdated. Pingback: Music new to me elmundodebirch.
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Lesson Plan: Days of the Week Saying the days of the week. Lesson Plan: Months of the Year Saying the months of the year. Lesson Plan: Seasons Talking about the four seasons. Lesson includes: - Full lesson plan - 14 flashcards - 2 worksheets. Lesson Plan: Wheels on the Bus Talking about travelling on the bus. Por su conocimiento en el tema aseguró que los niños aprenden una lengua a través del movimiento corporal, porque cuando son pequeños no se pueden comunicar y tienen que hacerlo con señas y que al desarrollar este tipo de conocimiento les ayuda a desarrollar las neuronas.
En UCLA, le ayudaron a traducir algunas de sus canciones primerizas, así como las de este disco actual. Education Two Languages at the Same Time Musician releases new CD to teach children English and Spanish Some believe that teaching a child two languages at the same time could confuse him and have a negative effect on his education. Hap Palmer does not share this belief. This is the most effective way to learn a foreign language", said the songwriter. This bilingual CD contains the same songs, first in English, followed by the Spanish version, so that the children learn the same vocabulary in both languages.
Furthermore, the instrumental version is included in most cases. The songs are a combination of new compositions and updated versions of the songwriter's all time favorites. Having an excellent translation of the songs was of extreme importance to Hap Palmer. In some occasions, there were controversies as to the use of some words that had different meanings in different countries.
Furthermore, there were times when the words lyrics chosen were not the best choice so changes had to be made to attain the best sound and pleasing flow of words and melody.
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Also, in the case of Witches' Brew, whose theme focuses on Halloween, some advised him not to record it because it could be offensive to those of certain religious beliefs; while others loved the song and told him to keep it in the recording. In the end, Hap decided to include it. Another aspect of great importance to Hap was the arrangements and instrumentation. The UCLA graduate holds a master's degree in dance education with an emphasis in early childhood music and movement and has produced a great number of CDs which have focused on building vocabulary.
He believes movement is an effective way to learn a new language. When children are young, they often communicate through signs and actions.
Children initially learn a language by hearing it , and they can understand more than they can actually say. He received a lot of positive feedback such as the fact that kids really have fun with his music. Hap Palmer also added that the best time to learn a foreign language is during childhood. He acknowledge that there are fewer bilingual people in the US than in Europe, due to the fact that in the US there is more resistance to having young children learn a foreign language in preschool and elementary school.
He started working in the area of special education in East Los Angeles. Teachers in the bilingual education program at UCLA Lab School have given him valuable feedback on the Spanish translations of his songs. There are 10 songs, and each is presented first in English and then in Spanish. Following those 20 tracts on the CD, there are music-only tracts for 9 of the 10 songs. Lyrics for the songs as well as activities to go with the songs can be found on Hap Palmer's website.
What fun! Of course, all the normal things are covered in the songs, such as counting, colors, animals, clothing, days of the week, food, etc.
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I recommend this to anyone teaching Spanish at home. What a great supplement to your curriculum this will make! It is sad for somebody whose native language is Spanish to see how many times they translate books, songs, etc wrong. I think that for who ever is going to translate from any language to another they have to be very careful and really find the words that fit the best. Anyway, even that, like the CD notes say there are some songs that are not translated exactly the same in order to keep the patterns of alliteration and inner rhyme, the words are perfect.
1. BÉSAME MUCHO
I also like it that you use "big vocabulary words" like "contrario" synonym of "opuesto" - opposite; this is a good way to teach my students that both words mean the same. I already have some ideas of how to use some of the songs in my lesson plans. The only one I may not use is "Witches' Brew" because the different religions that sometimes we have in our classrooms, I do not want to have the moms in the office asking why I am telling their children about witches!
However, I would listen to it with my own children. I love the music of this song and I caught my self singing it the other day. It arrived the day before we headed out on a 6 hour mini-roadtrip so I thought it would be perfect to listen to while driving.
My kids do a lot of learning in the van anyway, so this was perfect. Hap Palmer is an American musician who writes educational songs that integrate music and movement. His music helps develop motor skills, improve language acquisition, encourage creativity, and develop reading readiness and math concepts.
He has been well loved by schools and day-care centers for over 3 decades and helped write songs for the best-selling Baby Songs video series. It is designed to help children ages 4 to 9 build vocabulary in both English and Spanish. The songs play first in English and then in Spanish and at the end, are all the songs music soundtracks. Each song encourages the listener to participate in music and movement activities to help with the learning and enjoyment of the music. Palmer worked with several people, including certified ESL and Spanish teachers, a Spanish language educational expert, and in a bilingual classroom to develop these songs.
The music introduces children to a wide range of "true" as opposed to synthesized" musical instumnets including: piano, bass, drums, guitar, trumpet, trombone, saxophone, flute, piccolo, violin, viola, cello, marimba, bongos, congas, tambourine and maracas. The listener is also exposed to variety of musical styles including jazz and mariachi.