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Songs in the Classroom “Music is the universal language of mankind (Longfellow). “ In other words, everyone, regardless of age, gender or origin, can relate to or likes some kind of music. Here we will explore how songs can be used in the classroom to make learning more enjoyable and effective. People listen to music for a variety of reasons, whether they are to change their mood, inspire dance or help provide inspiration while performing a task. According to Henry Wadsforth Longfellow, music can help students to concentrate and absorb material as well as can help inspire creativity. One can see where music would be helpful during the study or activate stage of a lesson. For example, while students are completing a worksheet or other exercise, the teacher can play calming classical music to help aid in the students’ focus. While students are brainstorming before creating something for the activate stage of a lesson, the teacher may want to play an instrumental jazz tune. Aside from simply playing background to the main task, songs can be the tool with which students learn specific items or can actually be the focus of the lesson. For example, “using music to introduce an exercise is a great way to activate vocabulary... (Beare).” In ‘Music in the ESL Classroom,’