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Songs in the Classroom As teachers we are always looking for fun games and activities to keep our lessons interesting and diversified. We use these tools to stir interest for the lesson and motivate our students to actively participate. We all know that without motivation a student will not learn much and will neither participate. Another method to create student?s interest is the use of songs in the classroom. Music is a huge part of every person?s life and there is hardly anyone that doesn?t listen to music in one form or another. So why not incorporate such an elementary aspect of our lives into a lesson to help making the learning process more fun and interesting? Before we take a closer look at how we can use songs in the classroom we need to take a look at the benefits of listening to music in general. We know that music can improve concentration while learning or fulfilling a task. Indeed I remember the times when I used to listen to music while studying for my A-levels. Music is also said to improve memory and is said to help people absorb material. Music can trigger an emotional response in us such as happiness and sadness. We listen to music when we are stressed and want to relax but we also listen to music to energize us and make us happy. We all know the feeling that