In a long history of mankind, a song was always a kind of technique that helped people pass knowledge, wisdom and information from one generation to the next. For the peoples who have no written language, the songs have been a valuable part of oral tradition. The messages of the oral tradition may take different forms. For example, there may be tales, sayings, ballads, songs or songs. Nowadays, the song helps to preserve the national identities of numerically small people who have no national writing systems.
Often a song can pass on the exact details of human activity. A well-known example of this fact is a workpiece. There are many types of work fees: agricultural workpieces, industrial folk songs, sea shanties, cowboy songs, African American workpieces and others. Frequently-talked songs mediated information about skills that anyone can sing. The songs recorded their rhythm of the work done and helped people work together.
Why have people used to pass information through generations?
The answer is obvious: people did not have an alternative technique for transferring verbal information without changing the text. Only songs can save verbal information integrity, from generation to generation. The ability to change a song unchanged is very low because any intentional change in the lyrics text violates the rules on which any song was written.
What counts today for the song's purpose? 19459004
There are different viewpoints for a song's purpose. My point is that a song is the best way to memorize verbal information and song is a tool that encodes information about people. A song can help us
- in storing verbal information
- to keep information long
- for transferring information to another person.
How can songs help foreign language learning?
Most self-reviewers have to face the problem – how to remember and always remember the active vocabulary of a foreign language while in the English language environment. In such difficult circumstances, only the songs have access to the help of the students. Only people can memorize the songs and keep them for years or for a lifetime.
What are the biggest problems in learning foreign songs?
Well, there are some problems that students can encounter. For example, a singer's voice may be in trouble. The poor phonetics of the students may be difficult to sing correctly. But sometimes the most serious problem is that the lyrics have no firm translation. In fact, song lyrics is almost unusable for learning purposes. The learner of a foreign language should know about lyrics lyrics and the language tools with which the texts are written. In addition, the student must know about the images that often determine the basis of the texts.
Until recently, no such technique existed, but today you can enjoy the newly developed technique – the language teaching decomposition (LD) method. The method is a multi-level analysis of foreign song lyrics or poetry. The purpose of LD is to directly detect foreign lyrics (without auxiliary language). This method was introduced for the first time with the Via Songs to Russian (VStoR) software. The application provides you with complete information on the Russian texts and language messages, with which texts are written, and other useful information.
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