Songs in Language Teaching and Learning in EFL Contexts in the 21st Century
Everyone listens to music and songs in their own language. The first thought that comes into language teachers’ minds is to expose themselves into an authentic real environment easily through listening to songs whereas language learners listen to foreign songs mainly for entertaining purposes. This article discusses how songs are used in language teaching and learning in countries where English is taught as a foreign language. It also presents research studies on songs in EFL contexts indicating how songs are used and promoted in language learning.
Keyword: Songs, Authentic, Language
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