Date of publication: 2017-08-25 02:03
In the evening we would all come together for a drink and a laugh. And then suddenly one of the hosts came out with a guitar and started playing and singing songs to entertain everyone.
When I first entered the catamaran the hosts asked me if I could play guitar. I was dumbfounded and said 8775 huh, yes I do 8776 and thought to myself, 8775 how did they know that? 8776 Later I would find out they asked everyone the same question.
These two analysis tools can help your students learn to think like historians. By examining songs and poems as historical artifacts, students can explore the unique artistic characteristics of these creative works, as well as discover what they can tell us about life in America’s past.
9 Sing yourself to sleep
Sing the lyrics in bed at night time just before you fall asleep. The brain will absorb the lyrics into the subconscious mind. Then sing the lyrics right after you wake up to refresh the memory. It 8767 s a strong and effective way of getting information into the long term memory and increase your retention.
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7 Let the feeling of song lyrics genuinely and authentically become part of you.
Use real emotions like happiness, anger, sadness, excitement, sorrow, etc. and connect them to each phrase of verse of the song.
We think the video makes it pretty clear that Hendrix liked to mess around with the lyrics, and on occasion actually did say "'Scuse me, while I kiss this guy."
8 Go slowly
Pronounce and articulate each word and phrase real slowly, divided into syllables spoken with clear vowels and consonants to capture it thoroughly.
6 Analyze the song lyrics.
What is the story about and what does every phrase and word mean? Go in to details. If needed, look it up on the internet
9 Visualize the story
Create a short movie in your mind that relates to the lyrics and keep playing that movie when you 8767 re memorizing the song. Your mind loves images and is better able to recall lyrics that are attached to visualizations.
5 Learn music and lyrics separately.
The brain will absorb and recall lyrics much faster when the music and lyrics come from separate parts of the brain.
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The Story: Don't eat the fruit in the garden, Eden,, It wasn't in God's natural plan., You were only a rib,, And look at what you did,, To Adam, the father of Man.
7 Repeat the words in short phrases one line at a time.
Memorize the first line and sing it out loud, learn the second line and sing out loud. Now repeat the first and second lines together, then add the third line sing out loud, then sing all 8 lines together and so on.