Music and FLL - A theoretical approach - Cover Image

Music and FLL - A theoretical approach -
Music and FLL - A theoretical approach -

Author(s): Adnan Bujak, Senad Mujičić
Subject(s): Foreign languages learning, Music, Semantics, Language acquisition, Psycholinguistics
Published by: Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Zenici
Keywords: language; music; modern language learning; language acquisition;

Summary/Abstract: Although considered as two separate entities, language and music share a wide variety of features making the distinction between the two more blurred as deeper research is conducted. Music and music-like utterances appear alongside language from fetal phase to maturity linking it closely to first language acquisition and language development. Such insight immediately provokes the interest of educators who are in never ending search of language learning methodology that imitates the process of first language acquisition. Being universal and one of the top favorite leisure activities, music arises as an ideal tool for exploring both the linguistic and cultural features of the target language.

  • Issue Year: 2018
  • Issue No: XVI
  • Page Range: 64-80
  • Page Count: 17
  • Language: English