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Songs in the ClassroomSongs are an important aid to learning language! Songs should be used to teach vocabulary, grammar, idioms, and to increase fluency in spoken English. It Makes Learning Fun Songs in the classroom add excitement to the learning process. ?Educational research supports that the ability to learn new concepts is best when the material is motivating and meaningful to the learner.?1 A song that is selected to suit the needs and interests of the class will create an enjoyable learning experience. Learning a song also follows an ESA pattern: the song must be heard and enjoyed, studied & learnt, and then sung. In this way the students are learning grammar, vocabulary and other language items through real life context and association; the same way that we learned our mother tongue. The Stickiness Factor Songs have been used throughout history for teaching many different subjects. Learning through music and songs increase the psychological arousal and involvement of the students by activating the left and right brain, thereby increasing the brain?s ability to remember the facts and information contained within the song. We only remember about 10% of what we hear, so the process of memorizing new language can be tedious. A song will help to decrease the amount of