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2019.7.27 - GEC烈士陵园英语角第401期活动

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GEC外语社团免费公益活动 海珠广场外语角
活动形式: Topic talk + Free talks
活动时间: 2019-7-27(六) 19:15-21:00
活动地点: 烈士陵园正门旁(临时) 
( 地铁1号线烈士陵园站D出口直行转右)

本周 Free talk 前的话题讨论:
会乐器的人学习成绩更好? Music students do better in school

High school students who take music courses score significantly better on math, science and English exams than their non-musical peers, according to a new study published in the Journal of Educational Psychology.

The researchers found the predictive relationships between music education and academic achievement were more pronounced for those who took instrumental music rather than vocal music. The findings suggest skills learned in instrumental music transfer very broadly to the students' learning in school.

长久以来,“文科缺乏数理思维,理科不懂风月,艺术生成绩不行”这些既有偏见深入人心。不过,英属哥伦比亚大学最近在官网上公布了一则研究结果,显示音乐生的成绩比非音乐生要更好。《教育心理学》杂志上发表的一项新研究也表明,参加音乐课程的高中生在数学、科学和英语考试中的成绩明显好于未参加音乐课的同龄人。

Topic discussion reference :
1.Do you agree with this conclusion?
2.Can you play any instruments?
3.What kind of music do you like?

话题讨论参考:
1.你赞同这个结论吗?为什么?
2.你会玩什么乐器吗?当年怎么学的?
3.聊聊你喜欢哪种音乐?为什么?

Come to share your opinion! This Saturday night, Haizhu Square !

Words to use:
Music students(音乐生);significantly(显著的);peers(同龄人);Psychology(心理学);predictive(预测的);relationships(关系);academic(学术的);achievement(成就);pronounced(明显的);instrumental(乐器);vocal(声乐);broadly(基本上);conclusion(结论);

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