Tagged: music

Musical Appreciation Lesson/Day

Music is a wonderful way to get students learning English and producing language. See all our resources about music HERE. Also, see Rachel’s lovely post on the same topic, only using music videos! This lesson is very teacher friendly and can be used with guidance,...

Gosing – Another Karaoke option…

I’m really proud of the karaoke on EFL Classroom! We have so many options for teachers – see this post for how to get these and set up the player and make your own karaoke. However, often not mentioned, is a cool alternative, Go Sing....

International Music in English

I love listening to second language speakers sing! There is something so beautiful, even delicate about it, about expressing yourself through vocals/singing in another tongue. I hear it, I feel it, I’m touched by it – it is somehow different than when a native speaker...

Music makes the world go sound

\ I spent a good bottle of red wine and some time (and whatever you are told, don’t believe ’em – time is cheap) watching 60 Minutes and this gem about how classical music and the spirit of Gustavo Dudamel is trying to bring ”...

The #1…..(student created video)

** Not your ordinary, endless list – just what’s number 1. Lemon Tree by Grade 6 after school students This video is just brilliant! Teachers that see it at my workshops always are stunned and amazed. The creativity, the “togetherness” that this video must have...

Karaoke to teach English!

We have LOADS of karaoke for use in the classroom here. See the links assembled below. Karaoke is a great tool for any language teacher. It really helps with phonetic recognition (connecting text to speech – reading) and highly motivational. It also is adaptable and...

Go Sing – Karaoke and language learning

I’m really proud of the karaoke on EFL Classroom! We have so many options for teachers – see this post for how to get these and set up the player and make your own karaoke. However, often not mentioned, is a cool alternative, Go Sing....

The #1 …. (song)

** Not your ordinary, endless list – just what’s number 1. That’s The Way Uh huh, Uh huh, I like it. I”ve been teaching and hawking the use of songs in education/esl/efl/even hell, for longer than I can even remember (farthest back I does remember...

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