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The Impact of Practical Music Lessons on Primary School Pupils

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by trevstar, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. trevstar

    trevstar New commenter

    I would like to thank you for taking time to answer this questionnaire. The results will help towards my final dissertation for a BA (Hons) in Music from Essex University (in collaboration with Colchester Institute). Anonymity is assured for any comments quoted in the final document. I should be particularly interested to receive evidence or case study examples that you might have to demonstrate music lessons and/or music performance can be of general benefit to young people.


    (Choirs, Recorder Groups etc)

    • If so how often:
    Daily

    Fortnightly

    Monthly


    Would you encourage your pupils to take up a musical instrument? YES/NO

    If Yes – Why?

    Comment


    1. Do you thinkthat cognitive skills developed through music lessons are the same as those required for academic success? YES/NO

    Comment


    1. Do you think that self-confidence &/or self-esteem can be developed through learning a musical instrument? YES/NO

    Comment/example


    1. Do you thinkthat the perseverance required to learn a musical instrument can be carried through into improving academic performance? YES/NO

    Comment/Example


    1. Do you think that the interaction involved in performing music with others is beneficial in developing general collaborative & social skills? YES/NO
    Comment/example


    Additional comments


    Thank you again for your assistance.
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 19, 2016
  2. inky

    inky Lead commenter

    Trevstar, how long do you think this will take to fill in?
     
  3. trevstar

    trevstar New commenter

    hi I wouldn't of thought it would take long only a couple of sentences for each questions, just simple yes or no will do.....
     
  4. FCarpenter

    FCarpenter New commenter

  5. trevstar

    trevstar New commenter

    I don't understand what you have put down here are you answering each question ??

    would have ?
    yes of course. why??
     

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