SONGS TEAM Samuel Pardo Bachiller Alejandro Esteban Esteban Ángel Rodrigo Granados Álvarez Lucía González de la Plata Laura Argüelles Sanz Mª Dolores Amate López
OUR HYPOTHESIS • “If we introduce a different strategy in the use of teaching with songs such as karaoke, will children acquire in a more efficient way” • We consider that with music people can learn in a more dynamic and efficient way.
The way we have worked the music in class is the following: • Previous questionnaire • Divided the class in two groups: • First group: worksheet • Second group: video • Final questionnaire
PREVIOUS QUESTIONNAIRE • We want to know the previous knowledge that students have about animals. • We have done questions as: • How many legs do the dogs have? • Which animal can fly? • Circle the sea animal.
DIVIDE THE CLASS • We have divided the class in two groups due to our goal was to compare between audiovisual ‘s group and the group without any resource.
FIRST GROUP • We gave them a worksheet and they had to complete it according their knowledge about animals.
SECOND GROUP • We gave them the same worksheet but after they had watched the video.
FINAL QUESTIONNAIRE • This questionnaire was given to all pupils. • The questions was different depending the activity they did before .
EXPERIMENTAL METHOD • We used this method because we introduced something new in their class, the songs. In addition we compared two groups to create our conclusions.
PRIMARY RESEARCH • We have used this type of investigation due to we had not based in any type of research or previous publication. Although we have had take into account the previous knowledge that children had about animals.
DEDUCTIVE RESEARCH • Fromourinitialhypotesiswehavecollectedthe data toourproject. Withthese data wearrivedtoourfirstconclusion.
PREVIOUS CONCLUSSION • AND THIS IS… • Withouractivitieswecouldcheckoutthatchildrenwithan extra resourceobtainedbetterresultsthantherest of theclass.
CURIOSITY • THE IMPORTANCE ABOUT THE AUDIOVISUAL SUPPORT. • TASTE…….. ….1,5 % • TOUCH……........3 % • SMELL…...........1,5 % • HEARING…. ….11 % • SIGHT…………..83% 94% Reference: Antonio Pinto