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The Use of Pop Songs in the EFL Classroom

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Inhaltsangabe:Introduction: I have chosen the topic of using pop songs in the EFL classroom because I strongly believe that workin... Weiterlesen
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Inhaltsangabe:Introduction: I have chosen the topic of using pop songs in the EFL classroom because I strongly believe that working with pop songs is a highly motivational device. When I was a student at a lower and upper secondary school, listening to songs in English classes was my favourite activity. I have always wanted to be able to understand the lyrics of songs I listened to. Later, I realized that I have learned a lot from listening to pop songs and analyzing their lyrics. Therefore, in my diploma project, I would like to prove that using pop songs is a highly motivational device in teaching English with instructional value, and that students enjoy working with pop songs. The theoretical part of this diploma project is based on relevant sources of background literature. In the first two chapters, the use of songs is described with regard to motivation and the Multiple Intelligences Theory. The third and fourth chapter deal with the reasons for using songs and their classification. In the last two chapters of the theoretical part, pedagogical principles of using pop songs in class, as well as the pros and cons of teaching through pop songs are presented. The practical part is based on the findings of three surveys I have conducted in the field of using songs in the EFL classroom. In the first part of the research, I present an analysis of questionnaires which I distributed among English teachers at lower and upper secondary schools and grammar schools. In the second part of the research, I describe students´ attitudes to pop song based lessons which I taught during my teaching practice at grammar schools. In the third part of the research, I analyze the types of songs presented in commonly used textbooks at lower and upper secondary schools. In addition, I present a self-developed teaching material containing a list of pop songs suitable for the EFL classroom. In the last part of the practical part, I answer the research questions and provide some implications for my own teaching.Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents: ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION9 THEORETICAL PART 1.MOTIVATION10 1.1Definition of motivation10 1.2Different kinds of motivation11 1.3Motivation in second language acquisition/learning vs. foreign language learning12 1.4Sources of motivation in the EFL classroom14 2.MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES16 2.1The categories of intelligence17 2.2The implications of MI theory for ELT19 2.3Musical [...]

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Inhaltsangabe:Introduction:I have chosen the topic of using pop songs in the EFL classroom because I strongly believe that working with pop songs is a highly motivational device. When I was a student at a lower and upper secondary school, listening to songs in English classes was my favourite activity. I have always wanted to be able to understand the lyrics of songs I listened to. Later, I realized that I have learned a lot from listening to pop songs and analyzing their lyrics. Therefore, in my diploma project, I would like to prove that using pop songs is a highly motivational device in teaching English with instructional value, and that students enjoy working with pop songs.The theoretical part of this diploma project is based on relevant sources of background literature. In the first two chapters, the use of songs is described with regard to motivation and the Multiple Intelligences Theory. The third and fourth chapter deal with the reasons for using songs and their classification. In the last two chapters of the theoretical part, pedagogical principles of using pop songs in class, as well as the pros and cons of teaching through pop songs are presented.The practical part is based on the findings of three surveys I have conducted in the field of using songs in the EFL classroom. In the first part of the research, I present an analysis of questionnaires which I distributed among English teachers at lower and upper secondary schools and grammar schools. In the second part of the research, I describe students´ attitudes to pop song based lessons which I taught during my teaching practice at grammar schools. In the third part of the research, I analyze the types of songs presented in commonly used textbooks at lower and upper secondary schools. In addition, I present a self-developed teaching material containing a list of pop songs suitable for the EFL classroom. In the last part of the practical part, I answer the research questions and provide some implications for my own teaching.Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents:ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONSABSTRACTINTRODUCTION9THEORETICAL PART1.MOTIVATION101.1Definition of motivation101.2Different kinds of motivation111.3Motivation in second language acquisition/learning vs. foreign language learning121.4Sources of motivation in the EFL classroom142.MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES162.1The categories of intelligence172.2The implications of MI theory for ELT192.3Musical []

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Titel: The Use of Pop Songs in the EFL Classroom
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EAN: 9783842811980
ISBN: 978-3-8428-1198-0
Digitaler Kopierschutz: frei
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Diplom.de
Genre: Musik
Anzahl Seiten: 121
Veröffentlichung: 09.03.2011
Jahr: 2011
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 3.3 MB
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