⭐️ The article in the Guardian talks about the relationship between singing in young children and their language development. Sally Goddard Blythe, the author of The Genius of Natural Childhood, says that the lullabies, songs and rhymes of each culture reflect the unique melody of the language so that the music prepares the child for the language. One of the most striking pieces of information in the article, which I fully agree with, is that children’s reaction to live music is different than their reaction to recorded music. In other words, playing music from a computer, phone or CD does … Continue reading Singing and Language Development / Şarkı Söylemek ve Dil Gelişimi
⭐️ Music educator Gordon says that the process that develops as listening, understanding, speaking, reading/writing and learning grammar rules in the language learning process works similarly in music. We don’t speak the first few years of our lives right away. First, we listen, then we make sounds, then we gradually transform these sounds into words and sentences. Then, when we go to school, where we learn to read and write these sounds. We can consider music education in this order. When learning a language, reading-writing is almost the last part of the whole process. But when we speak of music … Continue reading Music and Language Learning Processes / Müzik ve Dil Öğrenme Süreçleri
⭐️ When I learned English as my first foreign language, I made great use of music. As a result my interest in the relationship between music and language grew and I wrote my master’s and doctoral theses on this subject. So what is the relationship between music and language? Both have rhythm and melody. Both have connections to cultures. Both have their own rules. Babies both develop at the same time. According to Nettl, every culture in the world has language and music (or a similar structure). The anthropologist Livingstone thinks that perhaps the first people sang before they began … Continue reading Music and Language Relationship / Müzik ve Dil İlişkisi
⭐️ Since I know myself, I have been interested in music. I have over 10 years of teaching experience. Three years ago I finished my doctoral thesis about music education and multilingualism at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich. I would like to pass on what I have learned from both my academic research and my pedagogical experience in order to raise awareness, especially for early childhood music education and language acquisition. If you are ready, we will start today with the first topic 🙂 The most common question I am asked by parents or caregivers is how … Continue reading How should children start making music? / Çocuklar müziğe nasıl başlamalı?
Göçmenin Müziği Müziğin Göçü’nde Sezgin İnceel’le Almanya’daki Türkiyeli ailelerle yürüttüğü araştırma çerçevesinde çift dilli eğitimde müziğin rolünü konuştuğumuz 28 Ağustos 2018 tarihli programın podcast’ine linkten ulaşılabilir. http://acikradyo.com.tr/podcast/209106 Continue reading İki dilli eğitimde müziğin rolu (Podcast)