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    way. No one in my family has ever been a Music Education teacher. They have either worked in medicine, childcare, the military, or in the culinary field. Instead, listening to music or watching a performance has always sent a magical thrill through my body. It is something that has given me the willpower to go out and conquer the world. Now, what in the world influenced me to study Music Education? Truly, I want to educate students in a way that will encourage them to express their identity through music. I want to help students, parents, teachers, and friends with music. There are a plethora of ways to conduct a choir rehearsal or a general music education course. For instance, many teachers use the Kodály method, the Suzuki method, the Orff approach, or the Gordon approach to convey their perception of how music should be taught. The idea of only using one “major method” seems cumbersome to me. After studying the many methods, I have found myself leaning towards an eclectic approach in Music Education. The many multifarious methods differ in context and in practice. Zoltán Kodály established a method that focused on a set of principles that empowered the structure of music education. He believed in a child-development approach that introduces skills relevant to the child 's capabilities (ATM Class Notes). The teacher should merely begin with simplistic concepts which gradually form into more demanding notions as the child progresses. Kodály focuses on guaranteeing that…

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    "O Fortuna" was a Medieval Latin Goliardic poem written early in the 13th century and is part of the collection known as the Carmina Burana. In 1935-36, "O Fortuna" was set to music by German composer Carl Orff as a part of "Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi", the opening and closing movement of his cantata Carmina Burana. It starst off with a slow pace having pounding drums and choir that drops quickly into a quiet whisper then builds slowly into a steady crescendo of drums and short string and horn…

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    Video stories: Orff Schulwerk A Classroom In Action It's great to show on video about teaching with students about experiences is teacher by Sharon Mazion in Breck School. For orff method training with students can good leader in understanding get more time is music class. A good leader knows when to teach before a teacher wants information students will seem to explain is understanding. To get more time is music while training to during time of experience to orff method and schulwerk in action…

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    Late into the night, a girl falls into a deep sleep. After a while, she has a dream that she is trapped in a dark and dreary basement. She begins to cautiously wander around looking for a way out as her heart is racing. All of the sudden, she hears a loud crackling sound. She hastily turns around to see what had made the noise. To her surprise, she saw a large, bright orange flame expanding out over the whole width of the hallway behind her. By looking intensely at the flames, she notices…

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    In “On Dreams”, Freud (1901) lays out many of his thoughts of the fundamentals about dreams and their interpretation through the interpretation of his own dream which occurred on July 23-24th, 1895. In this case study, the fundamental concepts of dream interpretation will be outlined beginning with an analysis of the difference between manifest and latent content of dreams. Also included will be a discussion of of condensation and displacement as forms of distorting dreams and the related…

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    The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a self reporting assessment based directly on Carl Jung 's theory of personality (Friedman & Schustack, 2012). Jung hypothesized four functions of the mind: sensing, thinking, feeling, and intuiting. Further he determined that within each person all the personality traits exist, however, one of them normally dominates. In addition, Jung described two major attitudes of either introversion or extroversion which influence the other personality traits…

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    Carl Jung was known to be a supporter of Sigmund Freud they shared a common interest in the unconscious. He is known for his explanation of the unconscious mind and based most of his theories on Freudian theories. As humans we believe that we live our lives in a conscientious manor, we think that we are aware of our surroundings and what is happening around us at any given time. However upon further analysis the word conscious can lead to a more confusing path. The using of psychological arch…

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    evidence of commitment which is celebrated in every culture. Generally marriage is a potent source of self-esteem, which correlates with a person 's happy marriage. The power of marriage can be measured by the decline that occurs in overall happiness when a marriage becomes seriously troubled. Quality of marital life affects a person psychologically especially when deep marital rifts occur. Both sexes goes into marriage wishing for the best, but expectations are dashed. When it comes to…

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    The world’s most influential psychologist is without a doubt Sigmund Freud. While Freud’s original concepts are not in use today, Freud is the father of modern psychology. Nonetheless there is a psychologist greater than Freud. Carl Gustav Jung. The inspiration for the New Age and the Catholics, the introverts and extraverts, and the individual and the collective a like. Carl Jung’s theories encompassed the idea that the individual be compelled to become more self-actualized and more in touch…

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    appropriate to do so. This relates to when they are playing games and need to know when the correct moment is to attack the defender per say. Success during games would satisfy their ID instincts are push them to attain more of the same the next time they are in the same situation. For the Superego,¬¬¬______ is modified. Instead of having this learnt by the age of 5 or 6 for athletes it’s an ongoing process that changes once their performance improves (Schultz, 2013). They wish to strive for…

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