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Songs In The ClassroomMusic can be an incredibly powerful tool when used for teaching. Even in the earliest stages of learning written English, when a native english speaker is learning how to read and write, they usually begin with music--namely, the ?ABC song? (A-b c-d e-f-g, h-I j-k l-m-n-o-p, etc.). The foundations are taught using music, and it should not end there. Learning short songs in order to memorize more difficult concepts is common in many fields of study, including math and science (for memorizing certain theorems, laws, etc.) Having the material set to a melody and rhythm allows it to stick in a learner?s mind much more easily, requiring them (ideally) to be able to recall what was learned simply by humming the song if they are unable to remember it on its own. This can be applied to learning English in a variety of different ways. First, as mentioned before, songs can be taught to students in order to memorize different rules, grammatical structures, or vocabulary. If a teacher is creative enough and musically inclined, they can try to write their own songs to accomplish this. If not, then they can search online to find songs for this purpose. These can be either completely original songs, or songs with melodies