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Songs in the classroomThere are many ways to use music in the EFL classroom. students of all ages are interested in listening to music; the EFL teacher can integrate this interest while planning lessons. Music can help set the mood or tone of the class session. Specific songs help teach every element of language: vocabulary, grammar, structure, and culture. For beginning level classes, teachers of EFL students can access many songs written for native speaker beginners. Even the simple ?A-B-C? song helps students remember letter names, order, and sounds represented by each letter. Neither teacher nor singers have to be good musicians to sing along as they learn. ?Old MacDonald? is a great way to practice animal vocabulary and sounds. There are also many songs that lend themselves well to ?call and response? and can be used while teaching beginning phrases. Long after a class session has ended, students can recall the lesson by reviewing the song associated with the class. Often students can ?sing along? with more English vocabulary than they naturally produce. Using music helps the student gain confidence in applying their English language skills. To improve listening skills, teachers can use popular songs with a ?gap-fill? worksheet. students will listen to a song in the