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Using Songs in the ESL ClassroomAs a teacher, I have always searched for fun, interactive ways to reach students for purposes of motivation, participation, and of course, retention. I?ve found that one of the best ways to reach students is to present information using music, representing knowledge or terminology in a song, or simply using a song to introduce new terminology or ideas. It is my belief that all humans enjoy music to some extent, at least better than the ominous droning of the stereotypical educator during a lesson. Therefore, it is my understanding that using music to inspire, motivate, teach and retain in an English Language Learning classroom should be effective. According to my research, songs can work "exceedingly well in the foreign language classroom." We know that the impersonal, vague tones of textbooks fail to reach students, especially at a younger age. Though some may offer crude or inappropriate language, songs present a wide range of contemporary, conversational vocabulary and useful idioms and expressions, all at a time length that is manageable for an educator and concise enough for the students during the course of a lesson. Perhaps one of the most obvious reasons for using songs in the ESL classroom is the ease of obtaining them. Songs are readily