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Abdulvahit Cakir A. (1999). Musical Activities for Young Learners of EFL. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. V, No. 1.

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Abrate, J. H. (1983). Pedagogical Applications of the French Popular Song in the Foreign Language Classroom. The Modern Language Journal, 67, 1.

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Acuna, B. G. (2002). Como sacar el mayor partido a una cancion en la clase de espanol (How to Get the Most Out of a Song in a Spanish Class). Hispania, 85, 4, 918-20.

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Adkins, S. (1997). Connecting the Powers of Music to the Learning of Languages.The Journal of the Imagination in Language Learning. Volume 4:40-8.

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Ahola, S. (2005). Digger Deeper into Songs: A Writing Activity. The Internet TESL Journal, XI/2.

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Ajibade, Y.; Ndububa, K. (2008). Effects of Word Games, Culturally Relevant Songs, and Stories on Students' Motivation in a Nigerian English Language Class. TESL Canada Journal, 25/2, 27-48.

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Anshel, A.;Kipper, D. A. (1988). The influence of group singing on trust and cooperation. Journal of Music Therapy, Vol 25(3), 145-155.

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Asensi, J. S. (1995) Música Española Contemporánea en el Aula de Español. En Actas de VI Congreso Internacional de ASELE Tendencias Actuales en la Enseñanza del Español como Lengua Extranjera II. León.

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Brown, J. L. M.  (2006). Rhymes, Stories and Songs in the ESL Classroom. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. XII, No. 4.

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Brown, N.; Lamb, D. (2004). Parallels Between Music Learning and Language Acquisition: From Fluency to Literacy. The ACIE Newsletter, Vol. 8, No. 1

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Brown, S.; Martínez, M. J.; Parsons, Lawrence M.(2006). Music and language side by side in the brain: a PET study of the generation of melodies and sentences. European Journal of Neuroscience, 23: 10 , pp. 2791-2803.

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Brutten, S. R. (1985). Music and Memory: Predictors for Attained ESL Oral Proficiency. Language Learning, 35, 2, 299-313.

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Campbell, P. S. (1998). The Musical Cultures of Children. Research Studies in Music Education, 11, 1, 42-51.

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Capuz, J. G. (2009). Las Letras De Canciones De Pop-Rock Español Como Textos Poéticos: Un Modelo Alternativo De Educación Literaria Para E.S.O. Y Bachillerato. Tonos digital: Revista electrónica de estudios filológicos, ISSN 1577-6921, Nº. 17.

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Chen-Hafteck, L. (1997). Music and Language Development in Early Childhood: Integrating Past Research in the Two Domains. Early Child Development and Care, 130,85-97.

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Chunxuan Shen. (2009). Using English Songs: an Enjoyable and Effective Approach to ELT. Canadian Center of Science and Education.

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Claerr, T. A.; Gargan, R. (1984). The Role of Songs in the Foreign Language Classroom. OMLTA Journal l28-32.

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Cross, N. (2008). Using songs in the ESL/EFL Class.

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Cslovjecsek, M.: Sprachenlernen mit Musik (Language Learning with Music) (2004), MIP Journal, 9/2004, pp. 6-13.  

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Cullen, B. (1998) Music and Song in Discussion. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. IV, No. 10.

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Davanellos, A. (1999). Songs.  English Teaching Professional, 13

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De Groot, A. M. B. (2006). Effects of Stimulus Characteristics and Background Music on Foreign Language Vocabulary Learning and Forgetting. Language Learning, 56, no. 3, 463-506

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Domoney, L; Harris S. (1993) Justified and ancient: pop music in EFL classrooms. ELT Journal, 234-241

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Donnelly, W. B. and McGuckin, N. (2011). “ Popular Culture Song Lyrics: An Engaging Vehicle for Teaching Non'Iiteral Language And Theme”. The California Reader,  44:3, 19-24.

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Dubin, F.; (1975). An Overlooked Resource for English Language Teaching: Pop. Rock, and Folk Music. CATESOL Occasional Papers, No. 2.

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Dunlap, J. C.; Lowenthal, P. R. (2010). Hot for teacher: Using digital music to enhance students’ experience in online courses. TechTrends.

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Eken, D.K. (1996). Ideas for using songs in the English language classroom. English Teaching FORUM, 34/1:46-47

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Failoni, J. W. (1993). Music as means to enhance cultural awareness and literacy in the foreign language classroom. Mid-Atlantic Journal of Foreign Language Pedagogy, 7, 97-108.

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Ferradas, C. M. (1994). Rock poetry: the literature our students listen to. The Journal of the Imagination in Language Learning. Jersey City State College, 2, 56-9.5.

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Froehlich, J. (1985). Improving Aural Comprehension and Spelling through a Modified Cloze Procedure Using Songs and Poems.Die Unterrichtspraxis/teaching German, 18,1, 49-54.

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García-Sáez, S. (1984). The use of song in class as an important stimulus in the learning of a language. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Colorado Springs, CO.

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Griffee, D.T. (1990). Hey baby! Teaching short and slow songs in the ESL classroom.TESL

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Guglielmino, L. M. (1986). The affective edge: using songs and music in ESL instruction.". Adult Literacy and Basic Education, 10, 19-26.

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Hamblin, V. (1987). Integrating Popular Songs into the Curriculum. The French Review, 60/4: 479-484.

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Hashemi, M. & Azizinezhad, M. (2011), The role of music in language learning, Procedia, 28, pp.10-14.

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Jentschke, S. (2007). “Neural Correlates of Processing Syntax in Music and Language: Influences of Development, Musical Training, and Language Impairment” Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 2007 (MPI Series in Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences; 98)

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Jensen, E. (2002). Implementing Music in the Classroom.

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Jentschke, S. (2007). “Neural Correlates of Processing Syntax in Music and Language: Influences of Development, Musical Training, and Language Impairment” Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 2007 (MPI Series in Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences; 98)

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Jiménez, J. F.; Martín, T., Puigdeval, N. (2009). Tipología De Explotaciones Didácticas De Las Canciones. MarcoELE. ISSN 1885-2211 / núm. 9, 200

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Jolly, Y. S. (1975). The Use of Songs in Teaching Foreign Languages. The Modern Language Journal, 59:11-14

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Kamel, K. (1997) Teaching with Music: A Comparison of Conventional Listening Exercises with Pop Song Gap-fill Exercises. Jalt Journal, vol. 19, nº 2, 217-234.

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King, R. (2010). Music and Storytelling in the EFL Classroom. Humanising Language Teaching 12/2.

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Lacorte, M. (2001). Music in the Foreign Language Classroom: Developing Linguistic and Cultural Proficiency. NECTFL Review 49 (2001):49-53

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Lake, R. (2003). Enhancing Acquisition through Music. The Journal of Imagination in Language Learning, Jersey City State College, Vol. 7.

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Le, M. H. (1999) The Role of Music in Second Language Learning: A Vietnamese Perspective. A paper presented at combined 1999 Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education and the New Zealand Association for Research in Education.  

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Legg, R. (2009). Using Music to Accelerate Language Learning: An Experimental Study. Research in Education, 82,1, 1-12.

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Lems, K. (2005). Music works: Music for adult English language learners. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education,  n107: 13-21.  

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Lems, K. (1996). For a Song: Music across the ESL Curriculum. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages: 1-18: ED 396524.

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Lems, K. (2001). Using Music in the Adult ESL Classroom. Paper presented at NationalLouis University: 1-4.

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Little, J. (1983). Pop and rock music in the ESL classroom.TESL Talk, 14 (4), 40-44.

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Lynch, L. M. (2009) 12 Keys to Using Songs for Teaching Children English as a Foreign Language. Ezinearticles.  

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Magahay-Johnson, W. (1984). Music Hath Charms: Music and Student Created Stories in the ESL Classroom. TESL Canada Journal/Revue TESL du Canada, 1/1: 81-82.

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Mashayekh, M. & Hashemi, M. (2011), “The Impact/s of Music on Language Learners’ Performance”, Procedia, 30, pp.2186-2190.

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McMullen, E and J. Saffran. (2004). Music and Language: A Developmental Comparison. Music Perception, 21/3: 289-311.

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Medina, S. L. (2002). “Using Music to Enhance Second Language Acquisition: From Theory to Practice” In  Lalas, J. & Lee, S. (2002). Language, Literacy, and Academic Development for English Language Learners. Pearson Educational Publishing.

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Milovanov, R., Huotilainen, M., Välimäki, V., Esquef,  P. A.A. & Tervaniemi, M. (2008), “Musical aptitude and second language pronunciation skills in school-aged children: Neural and behavioral evidence”, Brain Research, 1194. Pp. 81-89

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Mizener, C. P. (2008). Enhancing Language Skills Through Music. General Music Today,21,2, 11-17.

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Mol, H. (2009). Using songs in the English Classroom. Humanising Language Teaching Magazine. Lesson outlines.

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Montaner, S. (2005). Songs in the EFL classroom. APAC, Nº 56.

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Mora, C. F. (2000). Foreign language acquisition and melody singing. ELT Journal: 54, Issue 2, 146-152.

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Murphey, T. (1985). Teaching for Peak Relevance Using International Pop Music. TESOL, Newsletter.

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Murphey, T. (1988) Using pop videos in class. Practical English Teaching.

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Murphey, T. (1989). Special Issue on Songs and Music: The top forty for teachers. The language teacher XIII: 5

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Murphey, T. (1989). The When, Where, and Who of Pop Lyrics: The Listener’s Prerogative. Popular Music, Vol. 8, No. 2, 185-193.

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Murphey, T. (1990). The song stuck in my head phenomenon: A melodic din in the lad? System, 18, 1, 53-64.

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Murphey, T. (1992). The Discourse of Pop Songs. TESOL Quarterly, Vol. 26, Issue 4, 770-774, Winter 1992

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Murphey, T. (1993) 12 Ways to Blissness. Anchor Point

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Murphey, T.; Alber, J. L. (1985). A Pop Song Register: The Motherese of Adolescents as Affective Foreigner Talk. Tesol Quarterly, 19, 4, 793-795.

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Murray, K. S.-J. (2005). Learning a Second Language through Music. Academic Exchange Quarterly, v. 9.2 (2005):161-65

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Nuessel, F.; Marshall A. D. (2008). Practices and Principles for Engaging the Three Communicative Modes in Spanish through Songs and Music. Hispania, Vol. 91, No. 1, Spanish Language Teaching and Learning: Policy, Practice and Performance (Mar., 2008), pp. 139-146.

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Orlova N. F. (2003). Helping Prospective EFL Teachers Learn How to Use Songs in Teaching Conversation Classes. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. IX, No. 3.

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Paquette, K. R. and  Rieg, S. A. (2008). “Using Music to Support the Literacy Development of Young English Language Learners”, Early Childhood Educ J, 36, 227–232.

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Paquette, K.; Rieg, S. (2008). Using Music to Support the Literacy Development of Young English Language Learners. Early Childhood Education Journal, 36, no. 3 (2008): 227-232

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Patel, A., Gibson, E., Ratner J., Besson M.; Holcomb. P. (1998). Processing Syntactic Relations in Language and Music: An Event Related Potential Study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 10/6: 717-733.

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Patel, A.D. (2007). “Language, music, and the brain: a resource-sharing framework”. In P. Rebuschat, M. Rohrmeier, J. Hawkins, & I. Cross (Eds.) Language and Music as Cognitive Systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Plagwitz, T. (2006). Karaoke in the Digital Audio Lab. Proceedings of the Digital Stream Conference 2006 at California State University, Monterey Bay, ISSN 19461526.

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Pritchard, K. (2010). Let's Get This Party Started: Pump up the Volume. Streaming Music Is a Great Way to Connect with Older Kids. School Library Journal,56, 3, 34-37.

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Purcell, J. M. (1992). Using songs to enrich the secondary class. Hispania, 75, 192-196

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Rafiee, M,  Iran,S., Kassaian, Z., Dastjerdi., H. V. (2010). “The Application of Humorous Song in EFL Classrooms and Its Effects on Listening Comprehension” English Language Teaching, 3:4, 100-108.

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Ready, K. K. (1989). Teaching Grammar through Music. Die Unterrichtspraxis/teaching German, 22, 2, 184-185.

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Richards, J. (1969). Songs in Language Learning. TESOL Quarterly 3/2: 161-174.

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Richards, R. G. (1975). Singing: a fun route to a second language. The Reading Teacher, 29 (3), 283-285.

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Salcedo, C. S. (2010), “The Effects Of Songs In The Foreign Language Classroom On Text Recall, Delayed Text Recall And Involuntary Mental Rehearsal”, Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 7:6, 19-30.

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Santos,  J. (1995). Música Española Contemporánea En El Aula De Español. En Actas de VI Congreso Internacional de ASELE Tendencias Actuales en la Enseñanza del Español como Lengua Extranjera II. León.

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Saricoban A.; Metin E. (2000). Songs, Verse and Games for Teaching Grammar. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. VI, No. 10.

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Schoepp, K. (2001). Reasons for Using Songs in the ESL/EFL Classroom. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. VII, No. 2

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Schön, D.; Boyer M.; Moreno S.; Besson M., Peretz I.; Kolinsky, R. (2008). Songs as an aid for language acquisition. Cognition, 106, 2, 975-983.

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Schön, D.; Magne, C.; Besson, M. (2004). The music of speech: Music training facilitates pitch processing in both music and language.  Psychophysiology, 41, no. 3 (2004): 341-349

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Schon, D; Boyer, M; Moreno, S; Besson, M; Peretz, I; Kolinksy, R. (2008). “Songs as an aid for language acquisition”. Cognition, vol. 106, pp. 975 – 983.

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Schunk, H. A. (1999). The Effect of Singing Paired with Signing on Receptive Vocabulary Skills of Elementary ESL Students. Journal of Music Therapy, XXXVI/2:110-124.

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Shtakser, I. (2001). Using Music and Songs in the Foreign Language Classroom.

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Sulzberger, P. (2009). The Acquisition of Phonological Form in Second Language Learning  

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Trehub, S., L. Trainor and Unyk. (1993). Music and Speech Processing in the First Year of Life. In Reese, H. (ed.). Advances in Child Development and Behavior, Volume 24. London: Academic Press, Inc.: 2-29

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Wassink, D. (2011), “What’s in a song? Teaching language Through Music”, Practicality Primary, 16:2, 10-13.

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Whittaker, F. (1981). Notes on grammar: singing in ESL with songs for the grammar class. Paper presented at the Hawaii Council of Teachers of English conference. Honolulu, HI, April 11-12.

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Zenuk-Nishide, L.; Paul, A. (2006) Staging Musicals with ESL/EFL Students. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. XII, No. 12

 
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