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1000 libros de música. On-line publications for purchase

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Andrea Ječmínková. 2009. Music and Songs in Adult ESL Teaching. Bachelor’s Diploma Thesis, Stacey
Beth-Mackowiak. 2004. The Acquisition of Verb Forms through Song

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Andy Drummond; Margaret Iggulden. 1988. The Magic Music Man. Video.

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BBC. 1986. Muzzy in Gondoland. Video (75 min)

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Bob McGrath; Marilyn Copeland Davidson; Nancy Battista Morgan; EA Video (Firm); Educational Activities, Inc. 2004. Curriculum connections: using music to help children learn. Baldwin, N.Y.: EA Produx, ©2004. Video DVD

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Bob McGrath;Marilyn Copeland Davidson;Nancy Battista Morgan;EA Video (Firm);Educational Activities,
inc.;OverDrive, Inc. 2006. Using music to help children learn. Video (25 min)

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Carolyn Graham. 2009. How to Make A Jazz Chant by Carolyn Graham. Video (11 min)

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Carolyn Graham. 2010. Teaching jazz chants. 6 minute video on youtube

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Coufalíková, M. 2010. Music as a Pedagogical Tool in an English Language Classroom. Diploma Thesis

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Dave Francis, Modern English Teacher.

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Dwayne Engh. 2010. Effective use of Music in the Language LearningClassroom: A needs analysis of language teachers and materials development to support affective music use for classroom teen and adult learners. MA Dissertation. Master of Arts in English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics.

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ELT Journal.

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English Teaching professional

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Eric Baber. IATEFL- International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language. It is now available online for members only

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Galandrová, M. 2007. Popular Music as a Springboard to Grammar Teaching. Diploma Thesis

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Genein Letford. 2011. Language meets music. Video (14 min). Available at: https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/teaching-ela-with-music (It can be watched for free).

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Inna Shtakser. 2001. Using Music and Songs in the Foreign Language Classroom. On-line document.

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Jane Willis (ELT specialist) & Anice Paterson (music specialist). 2008?. English through music: effective CLIL lessons for young learners. Power Point Presentation

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Jeremy Harmer. 1974. English tea. CD Record

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Jon Weatherford Stansell. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2005. The Use of Music for Learning Languages: A Review of the Literature. On-line published paper.

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Kristen Lems. 2001. Using Music in the Adult ESL Classroom. ERIC Digest. On-line publication. Paper.

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L. A. Fitzgerald. 1994. A musical approach for teaching English reading to limited English speakers. Unpublished Master's Thesis, National-Louis University.

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Nancy Battista Morgan;Ana Maria Alvarez;Carole Peterson;Susan Curtin;Educational Activities, inc.;OverDrive, Inc. Integrating music & movement with literacy. Baldwin, N.Y. : Educational Activities, Inc., ©2004. Video (23 min).

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Phil Garland Girlando (producer). 2010. Children's Classics, Vol. 1 Americana Series: "It's Fun To Sing Along". CD audio (35 min)

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Roy Kingsbury; Patrick O'Shea. 1973. Sunday afternoons. CD

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Ruth R. Cornfield. 1963. Song game lessons: in French. New York: Teaching Audials and Visuals, Inc. Serie: Audio-visual-lingual program. 28590253. Video films + sound cassette + teacher's manual.

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Šišková, D. 2009. Teaching Vocabulary through Music. Diploma Thesis

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Teacher Frank. 2009. English Conversation - Phrases - Lesson 70. Youtube Video (3min). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6d-YHzwud4.

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Tim Murphy. 2005. Song and Music in Language Learning. Video (55 min)

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U2. 1988. Rattle and hum. Documentary film

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VVAA. The Internet TESL Journal published articles from 1995 through 2010. Online resource.

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V. Rosová. 2009. The Use of Music in Teaching English. Diploma Thesis.

 
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