Music to All Ears

Stoering, Donna
December 2014
Language Magazine;Dec2014, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p26
The article focuses on the use of cross-cultural music to teach language, literacy and diversity. It mentions the goal of the Listen for Life organization to use innovative projects and educational products in preserving and celebrating musical language, its Travels With Music (TWM) Series One digital, online cross-cultural exploration and educational product that caters to language learners, armchair travelers, music enthusiasts and K-12 students, and the musicians featured in some TWM units.


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