Thursday, May 17, 2012

Learning Music can Increase School performance


Learning music can increase school performance. The discipline that learning a musical instrument such as the clarinet, saxophone, flute, mandolin, recorder or guitar teaches that even though a task may seem hard at first, the more that you work on it the better you become. Each step can be very small, but at the end of six months or a year of practicing every day for a half an hour, the student shows tremendous improvement in the physical ability to play the instrument as well as a profound increase in musical understanding. These abilities can carry over to the student's school work. This means that instead of thinking about music as an extra activity that takes time away from school work learning a musical instrument adds more value to school work.

Rachael Orbach
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