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How Music Lessons Helped Me Learn a New Language

How Music Lessons Helped Me Learn a New Language

Want to learn a new language? If you've ever taken music lessons, you may be at an advantage! Read on as Ann Arbor, MI piano teacher Amy C. explains...   I recently began taking a beginner’s Italian class. (I’m sure you are already wondering what this has to do with music lessons, but bear with me.) I often hear Italian spoken around me because I nanny for a native Italian family. However, besides hearing this family speak and knowing a few simple phrases (ciao, buona notte, gra … Read More

How Music Lessons Helped Me Learn a New Language
Want to learn a new language? If you've ever taken music lessons, you may be at an advantage! Read on as Ann Arbor, MI piano teacher Amy C. explains...   I recently began taking a beginner’s Italian class. (I’m sure you are already wondering what this has to do with music lessons, but bear with me.) I often hear Italian spoken around me because I nanny for a native Italian family. However, besides hearing this family speak and knowing a few simple phrases (ciao, buona notte, gra
How to Create Study Guides That Actually Work
Effective study guides can make a huge impact on how you learn and retain material. Find out the best tips for success in this guest post by San Diego tutor Natalie S... Studying for an exam can be a stressful, daunting process. When you've got a textbook, a binder full of lecture notes, and a bunch of homework, it’s hard to know where to start! Study guides are great tools that make this process much more manageable and efficient. Check out the tips and suggested resources below to help you
5 Tips for Completing Fraction Worksheets
Struggling with learning fractions? It can take some time and repetitive practice to really get them down. Here, Tucson tutor Blake C. shares his best tips... Fraction worksheets are usually meant to get us to visualize fractions as parts to a whole. Some of us may vaguely remember being asked to identify fractions by looking at the number of shaded regions of a given shape cut into so many pieces. Others among us have little ones who are confronting this type of fraction worksheet for th
5 Fascinating Examples of Unexpected Beauty in Math
If the idea of sitting down to study math makes you grumble, you're not alone. But have you ever thought about how beautiful math can actually be? Math is all around us--in nature, in architecture, and even in music--and exploring these sides of the subject can make it much more interesting! Here are a few ways that mathematics can actually be pretty amazing: Math in Music Rhythm, musical pitches, and more--they all have some connection to math! And as you learn to read music, you'll notice th
3 Tricks for SAT Math Problems with Student-Produced Responses
Even if you've reviewed the SAT math tips in Merrick, NY tutor Justin L.'s previous article, the SAT math problems that require a student-produced response can cause a whole new level of anxiety. Read on to learn a few helpful tricks...   It’s very rare to see something on the SAT break a student’s stride and morale worse than the Student-Produced Response (SPR) questions. Everything about them goes outside what you’ve expected on the test. They are not multiple choice, the answer

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