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Song In The ClassroomMusic is universal. Everywhere that you go in the world music is used. Music is not just used for entertainment but for worship and communication as well. Song can be very powerful and therefore can be a very powerful teaching tool, especially in a classroom of young students where interaction and engagement are key to the students' success. Although there are truly infinite possibilities and opportunities associated with using music in classrooms, especially EFL classrooms, I have chosen a few that I think are most relevant to my studies. Most cultures associate song with happiness, excitement and positivity. Incorporating song, especially paired with physical movement, can lighten the overall mood and can increase the level of whole-class participation and interest. When teaching beginner students, particularly young students, motivation and engagement are the most important aspects because many times the students have not chosen to learn english and therefore will need as much support as possible. The rhythms, intonations and phrasing in music is a language of it's own and can really help with language acquisition. In unit 13 of this TELF course we learned all about pronunciation and phonology