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    These are the months of the year.
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    Arbor Day Song (Sung to "Row Row Row Your Boat")
    Plant, plant, plant a tree
    Watch it grow up tall
    On Arbor Day we help the Earth
    Even though we’re small
    Plant, plant, plant a tree
    Apple, pine or pear.
    Do your part on Arbor Day,
    The earth must not be bare.

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  2. page Early Childhood Music edited ajdhfkadhfka Early Childhood and Music Why is early childhood music valuable and necessary? E…
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    Early Childhood and Music
    Why is early childhood music valuable and necessary?
    Early childhood music is valuable and necessary because it is a child's beginning of a musical life. Children can learn all sorts of interesting things from music. Take the alphabet for example, no children do not necessarily know what each letter is for, but they know that the letters exist and the song is a way to make that beginning connection. Also, it allows children to begin to move to music and create a love for music. It is a great way for children also to express themselves because music can be another demension for some children.
    4 key points in the teaching philosophy of early childhood music are:
    -Making music is as much a basic life skill as walking or talking.
    -The years from birth through age six are critical for learning how to unscramble the aural images of music and to develop mental representations for organizing the music of the culture
    -Early childhood is also the time when children learn about their world primarily through the magical process of play.
    -Just as all children are born with the potential to learn to speak and understand their native language, all children are born with the potential to learn to perform and understand their culture's music
    What did you learn about the development of a child’s singing voice?
    I learned that a child's singing voice is always developing, you should never tell a child that he or she cannot sing. They are experimenting and being a child. I know also from personal experience that if you tell a child that he or she cannot do something, they will begin to believe that and not do it anymore. I think that it is very important to encourage a child to sing and have personal growth with their singing.
    What experiences or activities should an early childhood music class include?
    -Movement
    -Song
    -Instruments
    -Musical introduction (notes, music reading)
    -FUN
    What is audiation?
    Audiation is the formation of musicianship, which can be done by listening to music or learning about music.

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  3. page Special Education edited ... Therapy and Aut ism Autism Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of musi…

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    Therapy and Aut ismAutism
    Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish goals within a therapeutic relationship by a qualified professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy can include the use of behavioral, biomedical, developmental, educational, humanistic, adaptive music instruction, and/or other models of therapy.
    It enhances one’s quality of life, involving relationships between the music therapist and individual, between one individual and another; between the individual and his/her family, and between the music and the participants.
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    Therapy and AutismAut ism
    Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish goals within a therapeutic relationship by a qualified professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy can include the use of behavioral, biomedical, developmental, educational, humanistic, adaptive music instruction, and/or other models of therapy.
    It enhances one’s quality of life, involving relationships between the music therapist and individual, between one individual and another; between the individual and his/her family, and between the music and the participants.
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    Music Therapy and Autism
    Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish goals within a therapeutic relationship by a qualified professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy can include the use of behavioral, biomedical, developmental, educational, humanistic, adaptive music instruction, and/or other models of therapy.
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  6. page Special Education edited Music Therapy and Autism Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interve…

    Music Therapy and Autism
    Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish goals within a therapeutic relationship by a qualified professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy can include the use of behavioral, biomedical, developmental, educational, humanistic, adaptive music instruction, and/or other models of therapy.
    It enhances one’s quality of life, involving relationships between the music therapist and individual, between one individual and another; between the individual and his/her family, and between the music and the participants.
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    Music Therapy
    •People with diagnoses on the autism spectrum often show a heightened interest and response to music, making it an excellent therapeutic tool to work with them.
    •Music is a very basic human response, spanning all degrees of ability/disability. Music therapists are able to meet clients at their own levels and allow them to grow from there. The malleability of music makes it a medium that can be adapted to meet the needs of each individual.
    •Music is motivating and enjoyable. •Music can promote relatedness, relaxation, learning, and self-expression. •Music therapy addresses multiple developmental issues simultaneously. •Music therapy can provide success-oriented opportunities for achievement and mastery. •The structure and sensory input inherent in music help to establish response and role
    expectations, positive interactions, and organization.
    Why Music Therapy to Autistic Children
    -Repetition helps students remember things better, for this therapists with the help teachers could put what is being taught to songs that the child could listen to to help them learn.
    -They have a better attention span
    -Eye contact is higher in most cases
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    Sources
    http://www.musicianbrain.com/#autism
    http://www.musictherapy.org/assets/1/7/MT_Autism_2006.pdf
    http://blog.autismspeaks.org/2011/12/27/music-as-a-path-to-language-in-autism/

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  7. page Special Education edited kkjhkjhyfytf Music Therapy and Autism Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of mu…
    kkjhkjhyfytfMusic Therapy and Autism
    Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish goals within a therapeutic relationship by a qualified professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy can include the use of behavioral, biomedical, developmental, educational, humanistic, adaptive music instruction, and/or other models of therapy.
    It enhances one’s quality of life, involving relationships between the music therapist and individual, between one individual and another; between the individual and his/her family, and between the music and the participants.
    Why Should Students With Autism Use Music Therapy
    •People with diagnoses on the autism spectrum often show a heightened interest and response to music, making it an excellent therapeutic tool to work with them.
    •Music is a very basic human response, spanning all degrees of ability/disability. Music therapists are able to meet clients at their own levels and allow them to grow from there. The malleability of music makes it a medium that can be adapted to meet the needs of each individual.
    •Music is motivating and enjoyable. •Music can promote relatedness, relaxation, learning, and self-expression. •Music therapy addresses multiple developmental issues simultaneously. •Music therapy can provide success-oriented opportunities for achievement and mastery. •The structure and sensory input inherent in music help to establish response and role
    expectations, positive interactions, and organization.

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